Daniel Radcliffe. (Suzi Pratt/Getty Images for Turner)
ATLANTA (WBZ NewsRadio) — Something Hollywood celebrities make abundantly clear: They don't love President Donald Trump.
You can add "Harry Potter" actor Daniel Radcliffe to that list. And, because of that—or at least related to it—he's not too high on one-time Trump supporter, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Variety Studio asked Radcliffe about Sunday's Super Bowl in a recent interview at the Sundance Film Festival, and he said he'd be rooting for the Rams.
"The whole world's rooting against the Patriots, like, sorry," Radcliffe said.
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He was asked if Brady should retire.
"No, but like, you should stop winning things," he said. "Take that MAGA hat out your locker. I feel like that was the moment when, as a country, we were like, 'Oh come on dude! We all want to be behind you and you're awesome, but, don't put that in there!'"
Ironically, back in 2014, Radcliffe named Brady as one of his heroes. It seems Trump is the connection, since that "Make America Great Again" hat appeared in the QB's locker in 2015.
WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman ( @AdamMKaufman ) reports