Actor Dan Radcliffe has released video of his secret trip around San Diego Comic-Con.
Radcliffe posted the video on his official Google+ page on Sunday. The two-minute montage plays with The Dave Clark Five’s “Catch Us If You Can,” an obvious reference to the actor’s sneaky trip about the show floor.
In the video, the actor participates in a Sharknado 2 photobooth, poses with a little girl who likes the Spider-Man costume, takes a picture with a sexy Robin, and simply walks around San Diego like a normal person.
Radcliffe traveled the convention floor with several members of his team including his usual security guard, who dressed as one of the spartans from 300. We suppose he would’ve jumped into defensive action in the off chance that a random person decided to rip off Radcliffe’s mask and reveal his true identity.
Check it out (Google+ won’t let us directly embed the video):
In an interview later that day, Radcliffe told MTV that he dressed up as Spider-Man so he could walk around the heart of Comic-Con in peace. As you can tell from the video, passersby are completely unaware of who could be inside the costume.
Radcliffe was at Comic-Con for his first time to promote the upcoming supernatural thriller Horns – check out our coverage of the panel.
The Hobbit director Peter Jackson was also undercover at Comic-Con this year. He dressed up as an evil jester then shared it with everyone on Facebook after he returned safe and sound to his hotel room.
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