Actor Daniel Radcliffe has said he felt no discomfort with filming gay scenes in Director John Krokidas upcoming thriller Kill Your Darlings.

In the film, Radcliffe plays gay beat generation poet Allen Ginsberg.

Radcliffe told PEOPLE magazine that he's not tempted to give Ginsberg's LSD consumption a try, gay glossy Out reported.

“LSD would not do well for me,” he said. “I've talked to a lot of people who've done a lot of LSD – and I know I would have a terrible time. I'm not tempted.”

The Harry Potter star added that the film's gay love scenes left him and co-star Dane DeHaan giggling.

“There was no discomfort,” Radcliffe said. “There have been moments when Dane, the object of my affection in the film, and I did start giggling.”

Last year, James Franco played Ginsberg in the film Howl. The movie looked at the poet's most famous poem, Howl, which became the subject of a landmark obscenity trial that tested the boundaries of the First Amendment. Aaron Tveit played opposite Franco as Peter Orlovsky, Ginsberg's lover.

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