October 27th, 2010, 8:50pm–While you’re busy looking at the new photo we just posted, promotion for Wild Target continues with a new interview with the Los Angeles Times where Rupert Grint talks about his future after Harry Potter and if he really likes comedy.
On his future:
“I am quite enjoying not doing anything,” said the laid-back 22-year-old, calling from his home outside London for a recent interview. “It’s been nice.”
Although as Ron Weasley he has had moments of humorous screen time before, Grint admitted that comedy didn’t come naturally to him as an actor. “I find it quite difficult, I think, [compared] to other kinds of types of acting,” he confessed.
Of course we fans know that Rupert is an amazing comedic actor with such great comedic timing. It’s hard to imagine that Rupert doesn’t see it himself, but that’s what we love! The ever humble Rupert!
Jonathan Lynn also praises Rupert:
But Lynn said that Grint’s abilities served him well on set, working with the rest of the cast. “I think he has a real knack for comedy, but I do think he finds it difficult,” Lynn said. “He think he finds the absolute precision of it difficult…. The reason he does seem to have a knack for it is that he’s a natural, and he has this wonderful personae that works so well on the screen. He was the easiest and nicest person to have around, and he was determined to do whatever I asked.”
We may have to have a little talk with The LA Times, as they seem to not know about Rupert’s cameo in Come Fly With Me and being attached to Eddie The Eagle.
And of course, as always, if you haven’t done so, you can still pre-order your Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part I tickets through us via Fandango by clicking on the banner on the left hand side!