As we approach a vote on the UK's membership of the European Union, we look at what 50 writers, actors, historians, artists and comedians have said about Europe and its nations.
And there was a picture of my face smouldering on top of the pyre because they thought the Harry Potter films were endorsing witchcraft.
That was when it hit me how big this thing had become.” But book burnings aside, international celebrity isn't without its perks.
As for who has the worst crush on her – me or Radcliffe – I’d rather not say.” "We've known each other for 10 years so it was a bit like kissing my sister," he said.
The most terrifying [thing] was when I saw a picture in a newspaper of a book-burning in America’s Bible Belt.
He said: "I need to make myself as viable a choice for any part as I possibly can.":: The full interview appears in the August issue of Esquire magazine, on sale Monday July 6.
The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.
In an interview with FHM, he hinted that both he and Daniel Radcliffe, who plays Harry Potter, had tried to win favour with Granger, but declined to comment on which of the two was more enamoured with her. The 20-year-old, who suffers from severe arachnophobia, also spoke about the more "terrifying" aspects of fame.
He added: I’ll be honest with you: it’s not something I’d say I’m dreading. “It’s taken me years to get used to being recognised in the street," he said.
The film deals with loss and I was also going through my own grieving and saying goodbye to people.
So having to say goodbye to Dan and to Harry was a mirror image,” she said.
There have been a couple who burst into tears when they met me. Apparently Emma Watson used to fancy you â was this a surprise?