Rupert Grint: Behind the Beat Video!

August 8, 2012, 4:13pm– Rupert Grint appeared on Beat TV last night, and although we still have to wait a little bit longer for the episode to appear online, they have now released a special behind the scene clip featuring Rupert and Olympic swimmers Alison Schmitt and Elisabeth Beisel.

In this clip “Rup-Dog” talks about everything from his recent projects, including Postman Pat, CBGB and Into the White (or now known as Cross of Honour in the UK), his favourite place in London and which sport he would choose if he competed in the Olympics.
Check it out below:


Stay tuned for the entire episode – we expect it to be posted online shortly, it’s a good one ;)

Remember you can still donate to Teenage Cancer Trust in our special Birthday Project HERE. Every penny makes a difference!

UPDATE: Beat TV has released another behind-the-scenes video which focuses on Samantha Grint‘s performance on the show. Check it out here!

UPDATE #2: The show is now on youtube:

UK Release Date for Rupert Grint’s film Postman Pat!

April 13th, 2012, 3:11pm– The UK release date for Rupert Grint‘s film Postman Pat: The Movie – You know you’re the one has been released earlier today: The animated film will be released on 24 May 2013 in 3D in the UK.

The lead characters will be voiced by Rupert Grint, who lends his voice to boyband star and contestant Josh, as well as his his former Harry Potter co-stars David Tennant and Jim Broadbent as well as Stephen Mangan.

Licensing.biz gives a fist summary of the plot:

The film finds Pat coming face to face with the temptations of money, status and a shiny new suit when he enters a national TV talent show that threatens to take him away from his hometown of Greendale.

We will keep you updated with further information on the film!

Happy New Year, Rupert Grint Fans!

December 31st, 2011, 4:06pm–Every year, we at ICM do a news post to ring in the new year talking about Rupert Grint‘s and ICM’s accomplishments for the year and what we have to look forward to next year.

The year 2011 has to be characterized as an emotional year and yet also a year of change. This year brought the end of an era to a close: The Harry Potter saga ended. And while this was an emotional time for everyone involved, especially for Rupert and the Harry Potter cast and crew, it’s also a transitional year. This is the year that Rupert is moving beyond Harry Potter into other roles. With Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 coming out in July, Rupert started filming his first non-Potter role after wrapping Harry Potter for the final time. Into The White marked a journey into new territory and a really different character as Rupert will be playing the rebel. He also got to do something very different and is lending his voice to a part in the Postman Pat movie. A character he revealed to have grown up with and was excited to be apart of. The filming is still going on.

In 2011 Rupert also did a lot for charity auctioning off different pieces of his one-of-a-kind art and raising tons of money for several charities. Including a very amazing and hilarious skit for Red Nose Day which fellow Potter co-star Tom Felton participated in. Rupert also decided to be the face of a drink milk ad campaign in the UK appearing on buses and such to promote the health benefits of drinking milk. Rupert also did a lot of photoshoots this year including a great spread in Attitude Magazine and again appeared with Tom in a photoshoot for Band of Outsiders.

In late 2010 Rupert filmed a skit for BBC sketch show “Come Fly With Me” which aired in early 2011. He also appeared in a very popular video for Ed Sheeran‘s single “Lego House” where he plays Ed’s obsessed stalker.

And while 2011 did seem quiet in some aspects, it was still a great year professionally and personally for our Rupert and 2012 will no doubt bring on more of the same. Into The White is due out in the early part of the year in Norway and Postman Pat is due out in late 2012. So incidentally we’ll be starting the new year with Rupert and ending it with Rupert. I’m sure he’ll have plenty of other projects during this time and we at ICM can’t wait until this happens.

Speaking of ICM, we had a glorious year as well. While the year may have started out slow, we had exclusives for the DH part 1 Launch party and slid right into the red carpet premieres of DH 2 in London and NYC along with Amsterdam. We also had a chance to get tons of photos of Rupert in Las Vegas as he celebrated his birthday. And of course we’ve had so tons of exclusive interviews with the cast and crew of Into The White including director Petter Naess and co-star Florian Lukas.

Of course 2012 we will definitely bring you even more Into The White exclusives which we believe you all will love. And as Rupert ventures out to new and exciting projects, we know we’ll be there to bring you the very latest. We believe 2012 will be on heck of a year for everyone in the Rupert fandom and we can’t wait for it!

So Happy New Year! We hope 2011 was a grand year for you and that 2012 is even better. And a Happy New Year to Rupert and his family!

More of Rupert Grint at the BBC Teen Awards 2011

October 10th, 2011, 12:10pm–Yesterday we celebrated with you the amazing win of Rupert Grint at the BBC Teen Awards 2011 as Best British Actor. While we are still feeling like walking on clouds, we took some time to share with you the latest news of the event.

Rupert spoke with uk.omg.yahoo.com and answered some fan question:

Are you working on any new movies or projects? @KaylaDz
Yeah. I’m doing the Postman Pat movie. It should be fun. It’s kind of a musical story so different to stuff I’ve done so far.

Have you ever thought about getting a Twitter account to communicate with your fans? @supportsHP
Yeah I have thought about it. I think it’s a good way to communicate with fans. There have been a lot of fake ones of me. They post really embarrassing things like ‘I’ve just taken a massive dump.’ So I should probably do it.

To read the rest of the interview head over to our presspage here.

We also found a nice quote of OK magazine:

“Rupert Grint was the big winner on the night, taking home the Best Actor Award after being nominated for his role as Ron Weasley in the final of the Harry Potter franchise.

Speaking following his award, Rupert said: “I’m just the ginger one in the background, this shouldn’t be happening!”“

The first clips showed up on YouTube . You can watch one of the clips below or directly on our YouTubechannel:


Thanks to TheMeepa for the clip.

DON’T FORGET to check out our gallery as we are continue uploading MQs and HQs.

Exclusive: Which Character Will Rupert Grint Be Voicing In Postman Pat?

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!