Rupert Grint: Order your copy of Disorder Magazine!

Rupert Grint: Order your copy of Disorder Magazine!November 15th, 2010, 9:51am– With all of us waiting for Rupert Grint to step on the red carpet at the New York city premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, you might want to spend the time to finally order Disorder magazine!
As we posted quite a while ago, Rupert will be featured in their upcoming edition with an interview and amazing pictures, so head over here to grab your copy (Edition 33)!

As you know today Rupert was doing Live! With Regis & Kelly and the first picture has just surfaced on twitter. You can see it in our Gallery.

We are also in the middle of uploading the first parts of our coverage from London, so keep checking back for the links.

More to come throughout the next few days! 😀

New Photoshoot Pictures of Rupert Grint!

November 12th, 2010, 10:51am–While you’re enjoying the pictures of Rupert Grint at the world premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, we have some new photoshoot pictures for you to enjoy as well. The first one was featured in the Daily Telegraph interview and was scanned by staffer Tania which you can view here! The other was found by our good friend Laura and can be viewed here in our galleries!

I’m currently in NYC while I wait for the HP premiere on Monday. I hope to see some of you guys who may be going!

And as always don’t forget about our contest here and with less than a week to go until Deathly Hallows hits theaters, you still can pre-order your tickets through us via Fandango by clicking on the banner on the left hand side. We’ve just learned that over 700 showings are now sold out!

New Outtake from Rupert Grint in Disorder Magazine!

November 11th, 2010, 7:51 am– With only four hours left until Rupert Grint and his co-stars step onto the red carpet for the World Premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, Disorder Magazine have just released an absolutely gorgeous image of Rupert via Twitter!

View a preview of the image below or in our Gallery !

Make sure to check out the lovely images from last night’s photocall at Leavesden Studios, and stay tuned for the news from the Red Carpet later today!

In the upcoming days, we will have more goodies to share with you, but now we need to head over to Leicester Square! 🙂

Rupert Grint In Interfilms And Nylon Guys Magazines!

Rupert Grint In Interfilms And Nylon Guys Magazines!November 6th, 7:58pm–Forget cover girl, it’s now cover boy! Rupert Grint graces not one but two more magazines. The first one, Interfilms Magazine, is a brand new image from the 2010 Warner Bros. photoshoot and also gives us another picture and a larger version of the previous one we’ve seen. You can view those here thanks to Jewlowandgudbia Tumblr. Thanks to Laura for the tip!

The second one, and we’ll have more scans as we receive them, is Rupert Grint on the cover of Nylon Guys Mexico thanks to our good friend Hassan! You can view those here! And check back for the rest of the pics.

Hopefully we’ll have translations soon.

Don’t forget to enter our great contest give away which you can find out more here. We’ll be running another Harry Potter related contest soon!

And with less than two weeks left time is running out to pre-order your tickets for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1! Just click on the fandango banner on the left hand side!

Rupert Grint Speaks To The Sunday Times!

Rupert Grint Speaks To The Sunday Times!November 5th, 2010, 11:07pm–Halloween may be over, but the treats keep on coming! In a revealing new interview for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 in the Sunday Times, Rupert Grint talks Julie Walters, Alan Rickman, Ron’s dark turn, the Ron and Hermione kiss and even fame. Plus we get two new photos of Rupert that are very different from what we’ve seen before. A little dark, brooding, moody and intense. You can view them here. And you can read the interview here though I think you need a subscription to do so, so thanks to SnitchSeeker for the quotes. If anyone can share more or if there is a scan out there, please send it over!

On Alan and Julie:

“Alan Rickman [who plays the menacing Severus Snape] fascinates me,” says Grint. “He always seems to be in character. He’s really quite intimidating with that air about him. Actually, he’s nice to talk to, but he’s got this presence that makes you feel like he’s unapproachable.” Julie Walters is one of his favourites. “I’m quite close to her. She’s warm. She really is like my mum, and she’s seen us grow up.”

On Ron’s dark turn:

“My part really improves,” says Grint. “It’s more complicated. Ron has a total freak-out, and gets jealous and angry. There’s a lot of paranoia and grief, and he falls in love. It’s quite a big moment for him.”

On the kiss:

The final book and this film also include the first kiss between Ron and Hermione, a relief for frustrated viewers. Rowling hinted at an attraction between the two for a long time, and there were petty jealousies and near misses. “The kiss happened quite naturally, and in the second part of Deathly Hallows they’re really quite couply, holding hands a lot. It wasn’t like it came from nowhere. It was quite a tricky kiss, a bit strange, but quite sweet really. It was just one shot, but we had about six takes. It was all right, yeah. Easy after the first take,” says Grint, then adds, “I’ve almost no memory of it at all.”

On fame:

Grint often gets followed down the street or accosted in bars. When he goes with his mates to rock festivals, he has been known to wear a duck mask, just so he can walk around freely.

“You develop an instinct for it. You can hear people saying your name, feel their stares. But it depends where you are. Here in Britain, people are a lot more reserved. In America it’s kind of crazy: louder, a few screams, and they want me to sign stuff – them. I once signed a tattoo of me, Dan and Emma on a guy’s arm. He was quite an old guy, 40, freaky, quite weird. It wasn’t a great tattoo either. I looked a bit like Anne Robinson.”

On the end:

“It felt like the last day at school,” says Grint. “Packing up all the stuff in my dressing room, all the old toys still there from when I was 11… I’d underestimated how emotional it would be. We all cried.”

On being casted:

“I suppose when they selected us as kids, they weren’t expecting us to act that much. They didn’t really want kids from drama school. I always felt quite a strong connection to Ron. I don’t know if it was just a ginger thing though,” he says, laughing. His hair is actually less carroty in real life: “Yes, the sun calms it down a little bit.” As for the Rupert-Ron intermingling, he says: “Possibly I’ve taken on some of his characteristics and we have merged into the same kind of person.”

And a lovely quote from Julie Walters!

“When he first started he was really cute and really shy,” recalls Julie Walters, who has played Grint’s screen mum Molly Weasley from the start. “My abiding memory of him is at the first premiere and Grant, my husband, and I looked at Rupert and there was a beautiful little moon face, and he looked like a rabbit caught in the flashbulbs. He was such a sweetheart you wanted to cuddle him.”

UPDATE: Thanks to Manda1 we have the entire Times article online for you here!