June 29th, 2012, 1:10pm– A new article from Screendaily lists Rupert Grint as one of the speakers at the Creative Content day on July 31 which will highlight the UK industry to global leaders. Rupert will be talking about the Harry Potter phenomenon with producer David Heyman and Josh Berger from Warner Bros. Although this is a closed event for UK and international industry, it is interesting to see how Rupert will help shed light on the UK industry alongside many other prominent and respected people from various branches of creativity.
In other news, both Evan Rachel Wood and writer Matt Drake have tweeted that The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman has officially wrapped. Hopefully this means that more information will become available since it is still unclear who Rupert will play in the film.
While production of CBGB has begun in Savannah, Rupert has not begun work as Cheetah Chrome just yet, and until he arrives on set we can expect him to show up at various events in the UK – The Media Eye tweeted earlier today that Rupert would be attending the Goodwood VIP Party. We have no idea if this is true, but look out for pictures floating around.
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May 18th, 2012, 3:05PM– Into the White is finally starting to get international release dates and now the news has surfaced that Rupert Grint‘s latest film will be released in Russia on January 17, 2013. This information comes from the Russian distributor’s website, Russian Report, where you can also see the trailer with the Russian release date added at the end. Check it out here.
Please remember that dates like this are subject to change at any given time – but we will of course keep you updated if anything changes or if more international dates become available.
Thank you Masha for the info
In other news, MSN Entertainment has finally released their interview with Rupert Grint from the Grand Opening of the Harry Potter Studio Tour where they sat down with Rupert to ask questions from fans all over the world. Have you ever wondered what Rupert would have done differently if he had played Draco Malfoy instead of Tom Felton? Check out his answer and many more interesting stories from him right here!
May 1st, 2012, 12:37am–MTV has just released the nominees for their yearly MTV Movie Awards. This year Rupert Grint and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 has been nominated for six. While, unfortunately, Rupert isn’t nominated for best performance, he and Emma Watson have been nominated for Best Kiss. Deathly Hallows Part 2 has been nominated for best cast, best movie, best fight scene, best actor and best actress. Voting begins at 8am EST today and will continue until sometime before June 3rd when the award show airs at 9pm EST. You can start voting here. So bookmark it and lets get Rupert and Emma and Deathly Hallows 2 all the awards! Remember you can vote frequently!
April 30th, 2012, 11:56AM– Last month, Rupert Grint attended the Grand Opening of the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London. During the press junket, Rupert gave an interview to Scoop with Raya, which has just been released.
Rupert talks about joining Twitter, Ron Weasley and seeing the Great Hall for the first time. He also speaks about his recent and upcoming projects; Ed Sheeran‘s Lego House clip, Into the White and The Drummer. He also mentioned what he might be doing if he had not been part of Harry Potter, and what his favourite ice cream is (I’m sure you all know that one…)
Rupert’s part is up from 4:00 to 7:20, and you can watch the full interview here.