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December 26th, 2010, 5:52pm– To celebrate Christmas, IGN have published an interview with Rupert Grint and his Harry Potter co-stars Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe about their favourite Christmas-themed filmes. The interview took place during the junket for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 in November.
Rupert himself names two classics as his, namely The Great Escape and the Star Wars series.
We hope you all had a wonderful Christmas this year and that you guys received loads of nice presents!
And attention German fans! The German DVD for Wild Target is available for sale on 20 January, BUT you can already RENT it from 28 December!
UPDATE: TheFreeLibrary published this article, in which Rupert talked about his best, worst and dream Christmas presents:
- A Japanese loo seat – for the novelty gadget factor. (best present)
- Raw fish Sellotaped to a Rubik’s Cube from my brother; it was ridiculous. (worst present)
- A trip to the moon. (dream present)
December 24th, 2:23pm–Everyone here at ICM would like to wish our readers and fellow Rupert Grint fans a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to those who celebrate something other than Christmas! Have safe trips and we hope you get all that you asked for this year. And a Merry Christmas to Rupert and his family. We hope he got all his shopping done this year in time! We also can’t wait to see what the next year brings us fans.
Please feel free to use the comments to wish everyone a merry Christmas and happy holidays. And be sure to share how you spent your holidays and also what you received this year! We love to hear all those stories.
December 11, 2010, 8:13 am– Hey there Rupert Fans! A new video has been posted featuring Rupert Grint and fellow cast mates Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe as well as director David Yates discussing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. You can find the video this way. Remember, check out all the latest vids at our new YouTube page here!
We’ve also got new updates in our gallery including Rupert Grint’s epic new purchase in the Tokyo Airport (you know you all want one!) as well as high res and completely breathtaking pics from his appearance on The Today Show.
In other movie news, as many of you may be aware, the cast has been reshooting the epilogue to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Kings Cross. Some speculate it could be due to the makeup that was done on initial filming, while others thing it’s simply a reshoot for content. Discuss your thoughts in our forums here.
Finally, don’t forget about our Christmas Calender and the special December 10th prize!
-thanks to forum member Stuckinnowhere for the vid!
December 23rd, 2008 7:00 PM: On behalf of the staff here at ICM we want to wish everybody a very Merry Christmas! We are grateful to be apart of such an amazing fan community and we hope all of your holiday wishes come true.
While we await for the much anticipated Cherrybomb trailer we thought we would share with you a few exclusives. Staffer Neglo was given the opportunity to speak with Ireland filmmaker Brian Philip Davis who created all the graphics that were scripted for Rupert Grint’s new film Cherrybomb set for release in 2009. Not only did Brian take time to describe the whole visual aspect of Cherrybomb but he did also mention that the trailer is indeed just around the corner and that it was first shown in Belfast at a screening of ‘Freakdog’, a horror film made by the same company Generator.
He says that they are at a picture lock stage, adding music etc so it must be nearly done. (Keep checking the site, it is almost here!)
Now on to the creative process of Cherrybomb. Brian describes what he did to bring the character’s world to life and also said that this movie is much more stylized than other ‘generic’ films he’s worked on”.