Daniel Radcliffe would find it "horrible" if he had to do a sex scene with someone he didn't like.
The 25-year-old actor stars as Ignatius Perrish, who is accused of the rape and murder of his girlfriend Merrin Williams (Juno Temple), in the forthcoming thriller 'Horns', but he admits he would struggle to get up-close and personal with anyone in front of the camera if they weren't able to get along and have a "laugh."
Speaking to BANG Showbiz at the film's premiere at the Odeon in Leicester Square in London tonight (20.10.14), Daniel said: "Sex scenes aren't really awkward. I think that people think that actors get more freaked out about sex scenes or nude scenes than we actually do. It doesn't take any skill to drop your trousers. It depends who you're doing the scene with.
"Me and Juno had a laugh - I suppose like in real life! I can't imagine doing that scene with someone you didn't like. That would be horrible."
However, Juno, 25, had slightly different views on filming naked scenes as she tends to find the intimate takes in movies "incredibly unsexy."
She explained: "It was funny filming the sex scenes. It was great. I mean, sex scenes are also the most awkward thing to do on the planet because they are incredibly unsexy. But we had a laugh."
'Horns' is set for release in the UK on October 31.