On Friday, Rupert participated in a Press Conference alongside several cast and crew members:
About finishing filming Harry Potter, Rupert said “It’s weird, it was my childhood. It hard to put into words”. As he had revealed previously, Rupert mentioned having taking the Deluminator home on his last day, and that he and Ron have almost become one over the course of the years. He also talked about packing up his room and finding mechanical turtles from when he started filming. Rupert discussed a moment during the Goblet of Fire premiere in New York when a man in a wheelchair grabbed the back of their car when they drove off. Rupert mentioned that his favourite book of the series was Deathly Hallows, and that he only recently learnt of Ron’s almost-death.
He revealed that he is enjoying a break after finishing Comrade and that there is “no real pressure to work right away”.
On Saturday, Rupert appeared at a Q&A event:
At the Q&A, Rupert revealed that Sorcerer’s Stone was his favourite film, with the chess set being his overall favourite set of the series. As he had mentioned before, Rupert talked about wanting a flying car, and that, while he would have enjoyed to play a death scene, he was glad that Ron survived.
Rupert revealed that he likes Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans best, including the dirt-flavoured ones, and that he ate dirt when he was a kid!
Rupert also mentioned enjoying to wear the fat suit for the Epilogue, and revealed that he might get a Twitter account to interact with the fans.
On joining his fellow Harry Potter costars on Twitter, Rupert did say maybe, and saw it as a great way to interact with fans
Here you can view a clip of Rupert repeating a part of his audition rap:
According to Snitchseeker.com, Rupert will also appear on Jessie Cave’s comedy series on her website, pindippy.com, as cousin “Gwyllem”
Snitchseeker had the chance to talk with her and she only had nice things to say about Rupert:
“He’s such a lovely guy, he’s so normal and grounded, and is just going to work forever as an actor, and I think that’s really admirable, because in a world where he’s so different, he’s his true self. He’s funny, and really lovely, and genuinely down-to-earth.”
To read the whole interview and find out more about Rupert’s role in Jessie’s serie head over to our press page here.