“But the end of Potter saw him finally take a long break. “I have not been in too much of a rush to do anything really,” he says. “It has been nice to catch up on a few things and have a bit of freedom. I did a film earlier this year called Comrade, a Second World War movie set in Norway – that was pretty cool. Apart from that I have just been relaxing.”
He also discussed that he’s ready to get back to ‘work’:
After his break, and this final interview ahead of the release of the last Potter DVD, Rupert is ready to look for work.
So what about the biggest role of all, James Bond?
“A ginger Bond? Why not? That would be cool. But I can’t really see it myself.”
Rupert also discusses buying his own home, different items he’s purchased, and of course his own private love life. You can read the entire interview in our press archive here.
Note: It’s possible the interview took place before Comrade was changed to Into The White and that’s why he referred to the old title.