Rupert Grint Wild Target Interview with BBC Radio!


Rupert Grint Wild Target Interview with BBC Radio!
June 19th, 2010, 4:24am–To promote his latest film Wild Target Rupert Grint is interviewed by BBC radio where they acknowledge the fact that he is taking his acting career seriously! In the interview portion it is quite funny as Rupert talks about his bathtub scene and how his character Tony has to stand up and expose himself!  In between laughs he explains being apprehensive about it and how the scene played out with his co-star Bill Nighy. Rupert also says that Emily Blunt is lovely and he really enjoyed working with her. Nice interview so make sure to listen to it guys! Listen to it at BBC via their web-site here.

Remember Wild Target is now open in the UK and is scheduled for release in France on 7 July and in the US on 8th October.

As soon as we  get caught up with Wild Target and a few other things we’ll resume the rest of our coverage from Wizarding World. 🙂

Thank you Ms. Masha.

8 Comments to "Rupert Grint Wild Target Interview with BBC Radio!"

Jo
June 19th, 2010 at 4:37 AM

He is too cute for words. I love the way he says EXPOSED!!!!!!!!!

BonnieRadcliffe
June 19th, 2010 at 5:43 AM

Lol!! Poor James King didn’t have the opportunity to watch the film yet XD At least he made some research. That proves he’s a good reporter!! 😛

Is it me or does Rupert’s voice sound like he has a cold?

Amu
June 19th, 2010 at 7:12 AM

No Bonnie..its just not you..I also felt that he sounded like he had a cold. But he also sounded very at ease and comfortable.

But it is really nice to hear about his bathtub experience. He seems to made quite an impression on most of the cast members because of the way they fondly refer to him and vice versa.

Roswitha
June 19th, 2010 at 7:42 AM

“Bills head was in the right place” !!!! That´s so funny!!

Rose
June 19th, 2010 at 6:54 PM

I cant listen :<
It wont load!

dead-ced-dead
June 19th, 2010 at 7:12 PM

He’s an honest reporter, it’s such a shame that despite Rupert’s best efforts to sell the film, King (justly) voices his worries about the film screenings.

Even if the film is great, unfortunately there’s only one reason distributors hold films from critics. Even when they beg (or get their producer to beg) to come and see it.

Jo
June 19th, 2010 at 7:53 PM

We will get a download for you guys.

Anonymous
June 23rd, 2010 at 5:39 PM

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