Rupert Grint: Wild Target Caption Contest Winners!

December 1st, 2010, 5:40 AM– As Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One continues to dominate the global box office, let’s not forget about the other movies Rupert Grint was in this year.

A few weeks ago, we held a contest where we invited you to caption ‘Tony’ in Wild Target. We have received many witty and funny entries. Thank you for everyone who had entered.

We are happy to announce that the winner is Niamh! Here is her brillant entry.

Niamh has won a Cherrybomb DVD, Wild Target poster and a Hot Topic Ron/ Harry Potter T-shirt of her choice. Congratulation Niamh!

Our runners up are Ariana and Katherine. They both won a Cherrybomb DVD and a Wild Target poster. Congratulations Ariana and Katherine!

As all the entries were really good we also have three consolation prizes and the prizes go to Rosa, Sara and Moumita.

If you didn’t win this time, don’t worry you can still the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Sweepstakes and we also have the Rupert Christmas Calendar. Good luck!

The Vision Behind Cherrybomb, a word with filmmaker Brian Philip Davis.

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”.

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