Rupert Grint Talks Harry Potter Future And More In New Interview!

November 30th, 2010, 9:22pm–Newspaper USAToday has just posted a new interview with Rupert Grint and his Harry Potter co-stars Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe. In it Rupert talks about the ending of the series, the last scene filmed, and taking a break from filming. Rupert also talks about taking his time on which movie to chose from as he is actively reading scripts. It’s a good read about the trio and their future. USA Today also talks about Eddie being filmed soon, but no confirmation on that. Some of Rupert quotes:

On the last scene…

“It’s been such a long time,” Grint says. “And it was such a random little scene. I was soaking wet. The three of us jump through a fireplace on a crash land, and that was it. It felt like it should be ending on something a bit more meaningful, but that’s how it was.”

On the future…

“I’m just being a bit patient and waiting for the right thing,” he says. “I’m not in a real rush. This last shoot was more than a year and a half and I’m pretty exhausted, really. Now that I’m finished, there’s a real sense of freedom.”

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2 Comments to "Rupert Grint Talks Harry Potter Future And More In New Interview!"

TaoTao
November 30th, 2010 at 9:45 PM

I’m glad he’s patiently waiting for the right script to come along. As much as I have enjoyed all his non-Potter movies, they never resonated with critics which good buzz will help a movie out. I’m excited about his next projects. :)

I tell you too, each time I watch the ministry scenes, I think about that being the last shot ever.

Limbonaut
December 1st, 2010 at 6:26 PM

It’s funny because that last shot was one of the most suspenseful parts of the movie! When Ron and Hermione try to escape and Yaxley has a hold of them.