British actor Daniel Radcliffe cursed his fellow Brit Eddie Redmayne after he saw the actor’s costume in the most-awaited “Harry Potter” spinoff film, “Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.”

In his cover for NME magazine, Radcliffe couldn’t help but compare his old costume with Redmayne’s suave outfit for the new film.

“Oh f--- you, Eddie [Redmayne], in your brilliant costume -- I got jeans and a zip for 10 years and you’ve got a great coat already?” he joked.

An evident contrast to Radcliffe’s uniform of jeans and a hoodie, Redmayne’s costume included a smart teal coat, a corduroy waistcoat, a wool coat and a snazzy bow tie, as first seen on the cover of Entertainment Weekly magazine.

In the new film, Redmayne will be playing as the eccentric wizard Newt Scamander, author of “Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them” textbook read by Harry Potter while attending Hogwarts. The highly-anticipated spinoff is currently filming in the UK with the set of New York 1926 vibes.

“Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them,” written by J.K. Rowling, is scheduled to release in 2016.

Talking about his present career after “Harry Potter,” Radcliffe said he had a good start in the entertainment business as Potter and it pushes him to prove himself as a grown up actor.

“I had a huge amount to prove. Proving that you can be a young actor and not to be a complete fucking disaster when you grow up. That is the -- quite unfair I think -- image that people have of young actors. There are a huge number of child actors who grow up fine. Always with my career in film, I saw Potter as an amazing beginning to it,”

The 26-year-old actor acknowledge that he might never hit the same kind of “commercial peak” again because only few people get the chance.

Radcliffe left his wizardry days behind him in the final “Harry Potter” film in 2011. Since then, he has moved on to star in more mature films like “Victor Frankenstein,” “Swiss Army Man,” “Imperium” and “Young American.”

Currently filming for “Imperium,” the actor dropped his boyish looks for a shaved head. The actor plays an undercover FBI agent in a mission to enter a Neo-Nazis group. He described the film as “better than always wanting to play the handsome hero.”

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