Rupert Grint In Behind-The-Scenes Look At Charlie Countryman!

CharlieCountrymanIconOctober 25th, 2013, 5:15pm–As you may know, in the US the title of Rupert Grint‘s newest movie has been renamed to just Charlie Countryman. Today the distributors behind the film have released an exclusive behind-the-scenes look of Rupert and co-star James Buckley being stuck together with super glue. In it, we see how James and Rupert were stuck together with real super glue and how they got them back apart! Director Fredrik Bond asks Rupert if he’s done anything like this on Harry Potter to which Rupert can’t stop laughing and shakes his head no. What a trooper he is! You can see it on their official facebook account or view it below:

Don’t forget that tomorrow is the big day for Mojo! Myself, Karo, Kathy, Majbritt, and Malene will all be there. If you are there, please let us know so we can come by and say hi! UPDATE: Please remember that during Saturday evening we will be tweeting only. We will keep you up-to-date with as much as possible. No need for twitter either! Just point your browser here and see all the latest!

4 Comments to "Rupert Grint In Behind-The-Scenes Look At Charlie Countryman!"

Tania
October 26th, 2013 at 1:24 AM

Looks quite painful.

Anonymous
October 26th, 2013 at 8:20 AM

I remember James Buckley once talked in an interview about how Rupert got ride of the sticky glue on his back by using vodka from the mini bar in his hotel suite lol

BonnieRadcliffe
October 26th, 2013 at 5:06 PM

Yeah, I also remember reading about Rupert saying that he and James shared tips on how to get rid of the glue. It seems like the guys who smeared their backs with it left them pretty much to their own devices when it was time to get rid of it XD

I’m soooooo envious of you guys going to see Mojo tonight!! I’ve been thinking about Rupert and the play for the whole day =) It’s 10pm in London, so the play must have ended. I hope you had a great time!! I’ll be waiting for your reviews :D

ll
November 7th, 2013 at 7:40 AM

It was very great and Rupert was very good too. I love him