December 6th, 2011, 4:16 AM– A few days ago, we all got to enjoy our first glimpses of Rupert Grint in the first trailer for Into the White, and we also got to listen to the first sounds of the film’s score.
We had the opportunity to interview Nils Petter Molvær, the soundtrack composer for Into the White, who explained about working with Petter Næss and his inspiration for the soundtrack.
You can read the full interview here to get an idea of what you may expect from the score.
In addition to the interview, here is a first teaser poster for Into the White by Alen Grujic, thanks to Zentropa Norway:
October 30th, 2011, 12:25PM– We’ve been quite busy the last days and are happy to show you the new layout of our sub-site Rupert Grint Press Page designed by Flor from Sweet-Revelation.net. Enjoy a look at interviews or articles of the last eleven years.
And what would be a better way to celebrate our new Comrade-themed layout than to share with you guys a brand new ICM-Exclusive!
We had the opportunity to ask Kitty Kratschke, make-up artist of Rupert’s new movie ‘Comrade‘, some questions about her work at the set of Comrade.
We spoke about incalculable weather conditions, hair that has to be curled lots of times the day in the middle of nowhere and how she decided the looks of Rupert Grint, David Kross, Florian Lukas, Lachlan Nieboer and Stig Henrik Hoff.
You’ll find the whole interview on our ICM-Exclusive section on the press page or by just clicking here.
To give you a little glimpse: About Rupert’s curled hair and the painted freckles she said:
“He looked so sweet with them. And I guess that’s the reason he didn’t like it very much and was relieved to wash it off every evening and to just be Rupert again. But he never complained!”
Well, we definitely can’t wait to see sweet Rupert
Don’t forget to check our latest news post! You have the opportunity to send us over some questions for Petter Næss, director of Comrade.
UPDATE: And the good things keep coming and coming. The Sun published a great Behind the Scenes clip of Ed Sheerans’ Lego House Video. You’ll find the whole article with two new pics on our press page here.
Thanks to Bree
for the tip!
UPDATE 2 : 2 brand new pictures of Rupert and Ed Sheeran in our Gallery here and here. Thanks to Malene for finding the pictures
October 27nd, 2011, 3:12PM– ICM staff has been given an opportunity to ask Comrade director Petter Næss a few questions and we want you to submit the questions that you are burning to ask him about his time on Grotli mountain with Rupert Grint. Maybe one of your questions will get picked!
Send your questions to this e-mail: email@example.com with the subject, “Dear Petter Naess”. The questions should be submitted by Sunday November 6, 2011 Remember to include your name and country.
As an extra treat today – we also have two Comrade related articles from Denmark and Norway respectively – and of course we want to share them with you They are a good read until we can share some additional Comrade goodies with you.
The first article is from a local Danish newspaper, Dragør Nyt, which includes an interview with the Danish screenwriter Ole Meldgaard about Comrade: From Enemies to Friends
The second article is from a magazine by Haugesund International Film Festival in which Petter Næss gives an insightful interview: International Production of Comrades
Enjoy – and remember to submit your questions!
October 10th, 2011, 3:52pm– While you have been celebrating Rupert Grint winning the BBC Teen Award as Best Actor and have enjoyed the latest clips and images, we have finally been able to put together our goodies from Las Vegas.
When Rupert was in Las Vegas to celebrate his birthday at Chateau Night Club and meet his fans at Sugar Factory, we were there.
First, you can read our two reports about the party and the Meet&Greet to get an idea of what was going on, and you can see our own HQ pics from the Meet&Greet here in our Gallery.
We have also updated our Gallery with more HQ pictures from both events in Las Vegas:
The Birthday Party (new pictures on pages 2 and 3) and the Meet&Greet (the first 6 images). Enjoy!
September 27th, 2011, 12:38pm–A couple of weeks back we posted the exciting news that Rupert Grint will be voicing a character in the upcoming animated film Postman Pat. It was speculated then that Rupert would be voicing Julian, Postman Pat’s six year old son. We have exclusively found out the true character Rupert will be voicing: Josh a contestant and boy band star in the TV talent show! How exciting is that? We hope to have plenty more information concerning this latest project so stay tuned!
In other news, in case you missed our twitter update, we have added just over 60 HQ pictures of Rupert at Sugar Factory‘s meet and greet session which you can view here! We all had a blast and will have exclusive pics coming… and yes, Rupert did wish me a happy birthday!