Rupert Grint: Into the White US Release Date and New Poster!

January 28 2013, 12:37pm– Great news for all Rupert Grint fans in the US. Into the White is coming to cinemas on April 12 2013 and we even have a brand new poster for the film, courtesy of Indiewire, check it out below:

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What do you all think of this new poster? Check your local listings to see if Into the White is playing in a cinema near you so you don’t miss the opportunity to catch this beautiful film on the big screen.

This news comes right after we reported that the German premiere will be this Thursday (January 31) which will be attended by Florian Lukas and David Kross.

Also, remember to check out our previous post containing all new information on the International Premiere of The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman at the Berlin Film Festival.

UPDATE: The film will be released by Magnolia Pictures and they have released an amazing trailer for the film! You can watch it here.

German Premiere for Into The White!

January 25th, 2012, 12:36PM– As we mentioned here, Rupert Grint’s movie Into the White has its release date for Germany on January 31st 2013.
We have now more details to share with you, thanks to its German Distributor Capelight Pictures.

Into the White will have a first screening in Berlin on January 31th 2013 at the Moviemento Berlin. Florian Lukas and David Kross will attend and there will be a Q&A after the screening.

Official statement:

Ab 31.01. läuft das Survival-Komödien-Drama INTO THE WHITE mit RUPERT GRINT im Kino Moviemento in Berlin und im Kino Monopol in München! Zudem findet am 31.01. im Kino Moviemento in Berlin eine kleine Premiere in Anwesenheit der dt. Hauptdarsteller DAVID KROSS und FLORIAN LUKAS statt!
Schnell zugreifen, wer sich noch ein paar Kinokarten sichern möchte: http://www.moviemento.de
Hier könnt ihr euch den Filmtrailer anschauen: www.IntoTheWhite-Film.de

To get into the right mood take a look at our exclusive-site to see all the RG.us goodies we did for Into the White.

Happy New Year!

sitenewsDecember 31st, 2012, 4:22pm—In a few short hours, many of us will finally be celebrating 2013. However, the year 2012 for Rupert Grint and his fans has been a fantastic one. First came the premiere of Into The White in which Rupert played Gunner Robert Smith to much praise in the Norwegian press. The film is currently out on DVD in many countries. In the UK it is known as Cross of Honour, and for those with a blu-ray player you’ll be able to see the film without any region restrictions on it. He also took on the role of Carl in The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman opposite Shia LaBeouf which will premiere in January at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival. He also signed on to play in the Beach Boys drummer Brian Wilson biopic The Dummer as Stan Shapiro opposite Aaron Eckhart and Chloe Grace Moretz. He also recently completed the film CBGB – the famous punk nigh club in New York City – as The Dead Boys guitarist Cheetah Chrome. He plays opposite his former Harry Potter co-star Alan Rickman. Rupert also voiced a documentary called We Are Aliens as well as voicing his first cartoon character in American on American Dad as Liam. And one of the most exciting things for Rupert was carrying the Olympic torch for the 2012 summer games.

Rupert’s 2013 should be just as exciting. As stated above, TNDCC will premiere in 2013, but CBGB is also slated to open in the US this coming year. He should start filming The Drummer in the coming year as well. Rupert may also play Rosse in a film adaption of Macbeth which will be called Enemy of Man. Rupert’s long awaited movie animation debut, Postman Pat: You Know You’re The One will be out by the end of the coming year. And I’m sure there will be many other projects to look forward to!

Ice Cream Man had a stellar 2012 as well. We were able to get many exclusives when Into The White premiered in Norway this year. We also were lucky enough to have an exclusive phone interview with Rupert. We also were the only fansite lucky enough to have an interview with Rupert when he carried the Olympic touch. And a few days ago we launched our exclusives site thanks to the hard work of dedicated staffers Karo and Kathy. And we continue to work to bring you the best possible website.

We are sure that 2013 will be just as exciting when TNDCC and CBGB are premiered this year. As always, we plan to bring you the best exclusives possible. Our website will always feature the latest and most up-to-date gallery and we hope to have a relaunch of the media site as well as a new forum.

But most of all, we hope that you guys had an awesome 2012 and an even better 2013. We also would like to wish Rupert and his family a Happy New Year!

Rupert Grint: Into the White German Release Date!

December 20th, 2012, 10:54AM– After a long wait, Rupert Grint‘s film Into the White, also starring German actors Florian Lukas and David Kross, has finally been given a date for a cinematical release in Germany:
into-the-white_gerThe film will be released on 31 January 2013, so if you live in Germany, do keep an eye on your cinema’s schedule!

German Distributor Capelight Pictures have updated their site with the trailer and synopsis for the film, which can be seen here, and the 31 January as release date!

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Reviews and UK-Release of Into The White alias Cross Of Honour

September 28th, 2012, 12:44PM– With the UK release date of Rupert Grint’s movie “Into The White / Cross of Honour” coming closer and closer, we are happy to share some lovely reviews with you. ITW/COH got some great responses in the UK and Rupert’s performance got praised.
First one was published by littlewhitelies.co:

“The performances are uniformly strong, though Rupert Grint wins best in show for his charismatic and unflappable Scouse darts champ who takes great joy in rubbing his severe German compatriots up the wrong way. His accent, too, is note perfect, and the film is a far better showcase for his performing talents than any of the Harry Potter films.”

Second one by cinemaroll.com

“The English side is pretty much told through the eyes of Gunner Robert Smith played by Rupert Grint. His role of over the top Liverpudlian, who strikes up an expected friendship, is a heart warming one.”

Of course Lachlan Nieboer, Florian Lukas, David Kross and Stig Henrik Hoff were giving a great performance, too. No wonder thehollywoodnews.com summed it up that way:

“What sets CROSS OF HONOUR apart is its performances; each and every one of the main five cast members excels, refusing to succumb to shallow stereotypes (though oft straying dangerously close). On the British side, upper class boy Lachlan Nieboer is Captain Davenport, accompanied by his working class Liverpudlian gunner Smith (Rupert Grint). Luckily, there’s no twaddle about class differences here: the pair play off each other succinctly. There is a war going on, after all. […] Rupert Grint is the biggest name attached but certainly doesn’t steal the show (despite his fantastic accent) […] But even then it’s hard to single one out when the entire principal cast does so well. CROSS OF HONOUR achieves in its human component what it fails to achieve in its story: a reason to watch.”

If you wanna read the whole reviews and some other ones we didn’t quoted in this post take a look here.

Also, don’t forget to check if your cinema will show ITW/COH this weekend. There will be a limited release from TODAY! You’ll find a list of some cinemas here.

On Monday ITW/COH will be released on DVD. You can preorder your copy here.

There will be a limited release in Germany before the DVD starts, too! We’ll give you more informations as soon as we know.