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Exclusive Kill Your Darlings Clip

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After Emma Watson went on the rob and got drunk in The Bling Ring, it's now her ex-classmate's turn to show a darker side. Daniel Radcliffe takes on the role of Allen Ginsberg in drama Kill Your Darlings, which sees Harry Potter show a more adult side.

We've got an exclusive clip from the film here which shows a raucous montage of Radcliffe and co-star Dane DeHaan tear books up, listen to jazz, smoke and other rebellious things.

Kill Your Darlings hits cinemas on December 6

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