It was revealed earlier this week that Daniel Radcliffe will be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on November 12th. The ceremony will be streamed online at 11:30 a.m. PST on the Hollywood Walk of Fame’s website. Chris Columbus, who directed Dan in the first two Potter films, will be one of the guest speakers.

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that Daniel Radcliffe will be honored with the 2,565th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Thursday, November 12th at 11:30 a.m. PST. The star in the category of Motion Pictures will be dedicated in front of The Dolby Theatre at 6801 Hollywood Boulevard. “Fans of all ages have been waiting in anticipation of Daniel’s star ceremony. They are constantly asking when it will happen. Finally, we have him here in Hollywood, and we are proud to dedicate his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame,” stated Ana Martinez, producer of the Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremonies.

Daniel is also featured in the November issue of Nylon Magazine. In the issue he talks about Emma Watson, keeping in touch with other Potter co-stars and his role in Victor Frankenstein which will be released on November 25th. Some snippets from the interview may be read below. He talks about Emma’s HeForShe movement and slips in a bit of information about one of his newest projects, Swiss Army Man.

Radcliffe also speaks highly of former co-star Emma Watson’s HeForShe campaign to promote gender equality: “I think it’s fantastic that she’s bringing attention to it and adding to the conversation. I also find it bemusing, honestly, maybe because I have cool parents with a very equal marriage and have had good role models all my life, but I thought this was done,” he says. Things are improving, at least in his own industry, Radcliffe adds, noting that he’d never seen a film crew more equally split gender-wise than on the set of Swiss Army Man, which he’s just returned from after 25 days of shooting. He describes the film as “super weird,” “the craziest thing I’ve ever done,” and “intoxicating.” Without giving away too much of the plot, he reveals that the film includes singing and a guy befriending a dead body.

He also quickly discusses Victor Frankenstein:

Told from Igor’s perspective, Victor Frankenstein explores the young assistant’s backstory as well as the infamous outcome of the duo’s experiments. “I like the fact that it’s a studio movie with these big sets and sequences, but there’s also a cool intellectual debate going on—our innate fear of technology and the fear of people who push it beyond where we’re comfortable with it going—it felt like a nice combination,” he says.

Update: Watch the ceremony below:

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