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September 8th, 2013, 12:39am–While you were still recovering from those wonderful FHM pictures, I was watching CBGB (and yes still recovering from those pictures as well!) as it is now available on DirecTV. For those who are able to get Directv Cinema, you can watch it any time you want until October 2nd. But if you’re unable to I have complied a VERY spoilery review of the movie. It’s heavily Rupert Grint related where I describe every scene Rupert is in. In the rest though I do give an honest opinion about the movie (fantastic) and some of the actors such as Stana Katic, Ashley Greene, and of course Alan Rickman. You can read my (again very spoilery) review here.
I’m willing to answer any questions you may have to the best of my ability. So hit me up in the comments if you have any! And I hope you enjoy the review.
September 5th, 2013, 12:06pm–Yesterday we told you that the latest issue of FHM magazine featured a section called FHM Collections in which Rupert Grint was on the cover! Today we have the scans from this issue for you! There are tons of photos and a great, in depth article where Rupert opens up about growing up on set and how his life changed after landing the role of Ron Weasley. He also talks about the first time he was ever recognized and how he wasn’t allowed to make any hair style changes until he was well into his twenties. He talks about Mojo and why he felt the need to do it and what it’s like being rich and how it effected him. To see all the pictures head on over to our galleries here.
UPDATE: And let’s not forget that Rupert has another feature coming up in Hunger Magazine. They’ve posted a short behind-the-scenes video which you can enjoy below – the magazine (Issue 5) hits stands on September 19.
March 10, 2013, 6:25 am– We only have one more Rupert Grint goodie from Berlinale to share with all you wonderful fans, and this time we are auctioning off a very special Berlinale 2013 poster signed by Rupert Grint, Fredrik Bond and Til Schweiger.
The poster was autographed by the guys the day of our exclusive interview which occured the day after the International Premiere of The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman at the Berlin International Film Festival (Sunday, February 10th 2013).
We are auctioning off this amazing poster because Rupert made a very special and personal request – he wanted this poster to raise money for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital where a friend of his family is undergoing chemotherapy. Of course we wanted to make this wish come true, and now we just need YOU to start bidding for the poster on our special ebay page. The auction will go on for 10 days and all the proceeds will go to the Birmingham Children’s Hospital. This is open for everyone everywhere in the world.
All you need to do is go HERE and bid the amount you’d be willing to give for the poster. Every little bit helps – Birmingham Children’s Hospital writes:
Whether its £5 to fund some crayons and colouring books whilst waiting for test results, or £42,000 for a life saving machine that operates as a mechanical heart. Charitable donations are key to making us what we are: a centre of paediatric excellence that the whole country depends on.
February 15, 2013, 4:14 pm– This past weekend, Rupert Grint attended the International Premiere of The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman at Berlin Film Festival and not only walked the Red Carpet, but also participated in a Press Call on Sunday. Four of our staffers had the chance to interview him, and Rupert answered our questions about his character Karl and the film, and once again participated in a photo interview like last year in Oslo.
“And my character was quite a challenge, I suppose, although he is only a tiny part of the film, the character kept changing.
Originally, in the script, I was German and I got my head around playing a German person, but in the end, there were so many accents in the film that they thought it would be too much, so they went away from that version.
I was a virgin at one point, which would have been another weird direction there. So it was a lot of work figuring out who I was.”
You can read the full interviewhere, and the photo interviewhere. (Note that the last question was four days before the news of Super Clyde…)
We know that you not only like to read his interviews, so you can find HQ pictures from our interview in our Gallery, and an audio on our youtube channel, or enjoy the video below:
Since all four of us had the opportunity to watch the movie (twice), we also have finished our review chat – although we must give out a warning that we cover adult themes as is the case in the film. If you’re of age, you may read it here. In case you have any questions about the film or our review, simply use the comments to ask.
And finally, Jessica, the lucky winner of our competition for two tickets to the premiere, has also written up a short report about her experience, which you can read here!
We would like to thank Rupert for taking the time and for giving us such a great time in Berlin, and to his team, esp. “Bonnie” and “Hamish” for making this happen!
February 10, 2013, 2:46pm– Yesterday was the premiere of Rupert Grint‘s latest film, The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman, at the Berlin International Film Festival. The event took place at the beautiful Berlinale-Palast where Rupert walked the red carpet with Fredrik Bond, Shia LaBeouf and Til Schweiger. We have already uploaded many pictures from the photo call and the red carpet and we are now ready to share our own exclusive images and videos.
You can see all of our images from the red carpet in the gallery HERE, Rupert on stage after the screening HERE, as well as Rupert‘s Berlinale portrait hanging on the wall HERE.
We took several videos at the premiere and you can see Rupert arriving and talking to journalists HERE and HERE.
After the film, Rupert appeared on the stage alongside his costars, the producers and director of the film to receive applause and praise for the film – we have a video of that which can be seen here. We will have our very own review up as soon as we have gathered our thoughts on it – we are watching the film again tonight, and we can’t wait to sit in the cinema once more.
Make sure you take a good look at the beautiful portrait of Rupert which is now hanging inside the Berlinale-Palast with his autograph which he added just before the film started. You can see it in its full glory here and also Rupert signing it right here.
We can’t wait to share even more of our exclusive goodies, because the excitement didn’t end on Saturday – we sat down with Rupert a few hours ago and had a nice long chat about all kinds of interesting things. Stay tuned for that!
Take a tour in our gallery to make sure you haven’t missed anything from the extensive coverage of The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman premiere:
- PhotocallMQ and HQ
– Press ConferenceMQ and HQ
– ReceptionMQ and HQ
– Red CarpetMQ and HQ