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February 9th, 2013, 12:20pm–I hope everyone had the chance to watch Rupert Grint at the photocall and press conference for The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman. Fear not if you did not get the chance! Pictures are starting to pop up and we currently have almost 30 MQ photos of Rupert, along with Til Schweiger and Fredrik Bond at the photocall. You can view the photos here in our galleries. HQ photos will be coming soon and we will also have photos from the press conference as soon as they’re available, so please keep checking back!
And don’t forget that the international premiere will take place later tonight and staffers Kathy, Karo, Malene and Majbritt are all there freezing their butts off! We’ll have exclusive photos from the event so again, keep checking back!
UPDATE: Check out HQ pictures from the photocall here!
UPDATE #2: Some MQ pictures from the press conference here!
January 26th, 2013, 2:10am–On the heels of the very first image released of Rupert Grint as Cheetah Chrome in CBGB, another one has been released via their website. It shows Rupert as Cheetah playing the guitar along with his bandmate, Stiv Bators (Justin Bartha), from The Dead Boys singing. The names of the rest of the band are including along with Cheetah and Stiv. You can view the image here in our gallery. If you missed it with all the wonderful news coming out you can view it here. The film is still currently in post-production and hopefully we’ll have more with the film as the days go on.
Rupert was also interviewed by radio host Steve Folland and we are currently looking for that audio. If anyone comes across it we would love to post it for everyone to hear so feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Below is a picture of Steve interviewing Rupert and you can see more in the gallery here.
All of us here at RG.us also want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and we hope that you are having a wonderful time with family and friends. We also hope the entire Grint family is enjoying these festive days.
December 2nd 2012, 6:49am– We can hardly think of a better way to start this last month of the year than by having a brand new photoshoot image of Rupert Grint. This picture is now gracing the front page of his IMDb page which now looks even more perfect than before. We are unsure where and when this picture was taken, but it looks very recent from the look of his haircut – we will post more information about this photoshoot as soon as we uncover it.
News has been a little slow lately, but rest assured we are working hard behind the scenes to make this site the very best that it can be. We have also created a fun little poll on our Facebook page where you can vote for your favourite Rupert news item of 2012, or let us know in the comments if we’ve forgotten your favourite piece of news. We want to know what all the amazing Rupert Grint fans around the world thought of everything that happened in 2012.
UPDATE: We can now reveal that the stunning image was taken by Rich Hardcastle AND we can even show you another of his amazing shots of Rupert – check it out in the gallery HERE!
The picture is named: “A;;pw me to be the judge of what I find interesting’
September 17th, 2012, 2:23PM– Into the White, starring Rupert Grint as British pilot Robert Smith, has been screened this weekend at the 19th Oldenburg Filmfestival 2012 with actors David Kross and Florian Lukas as well as director Petter Næss present for the German premiere on Saturday.
TV Channel RTL aired their report about the film’s premiere this afternoon along with interview snippets with David Kross and Florian Lukas, which you can view below (the part about Into the White starts at 2:33 into the clip).
David Kross: “It is of course a difficult topic, but it also shows the absurdity of the moments in which the characters end up. And that was definitely a lot of fun.” ” We really wore these suits, these really thick flying suits, and it was just those five people; and we really were in this situation and it was damn cold and windy and bad weather conditions, but that helped to really get into character.” Florian Lukas: “We had to film everything in chronological order because, over the course of the film, we take apart the hut. It was a bit like small theatre pieces we were playing for those people. And that was a very special way to make a film, which I have never done before.”
At the premiere, the German co-producer stated that a German release is currently scheduled “around the 27th October”. Not even the actors themselves had heard of this, so we will keep you updated on any release information.