November 22, 2013, 1:48pm–While we have some down time in the news and Rupert Grint is still on stage for Mojo, we’ve been working behind-the-scenes to bring you a brand new layout! Don’t worry, much of what you’re used to is still operational and at readily at your finger tips. However, we thought a change was needed as we head toward the new year. Our lovely new layout is by an amazing designer and we thank her for helping us through the glitches we were experiencing. We hope you enjoy the new layout as much as we do, so please don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments. And have you checked out the rave reviews lately? We keep adding more and more Mojo reviews!
October 26th, 2013, 7:00pm–Rupert Grint‘s Mojo just opened up to astounding applause, but the Daily Mail has given us another treat! New stills of Rupert as Ross in Enemy of Man! While the Daily Mail claims that the film has already been filmed, we know that in actuality will start filming after Mojo wraps up at the end of January. To view the pictures head on over to our gallery
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If you haven’t already, head on over to our twitter account for the latest updates on Mojo and all things Rupert! The play was wonderful (as was the whole cast), Rupert was amazing, and we’ll have reviews forthcoming along with many other special treats! Stay tuned.
September 8th, 2013, 12:39am–While you were still recovering from those wonderful FHM pictures, I was watching CBGB (and yes still recovering from those pictures as well!) as it is now available on DirecTV. For those who are able to get Directv Cinema, you can watch it any time you want until October 2nd. But if you’re unable to I have complied a VERY spoilery review of the movie. It’s heavily Rupert Grint related where I describe every scene Rupert is in. In the rest though I do give an honest opinion about the movie (fantastic) and some of the actors such as Stana Katic, Ashley Greene, and of course Alan Rickman. You can read my (again very spoilery) review here.
I’m willing to answer any questions you may have to the best of my ability. So hit me up in the comments if you have any! And I hope you enjoy the review.
June 6th, 2013, 2:28pm– We are all waiting eagerly for Rupert Grint‘s next project to be announced. And while we wait, we have decided to start an online petition to get Rupert the role as the next Doctor in the iconic show Doctor Who.
Matt Smith has just announced that he is leaving the show at the end of this season, and this means that the creators are looking for the right actor to become the 12th doctor. Several articles have appeared mentioning Rupert as one of the front-runners to take over after Matt Smith.
Our petition is just a fun way for all the fans to show their support and have their voices heard. But who knows? If this petition gets a lot of signatures, it might get noticed by some people who have say in this decision. So SIGN the petition and SPREAD the word – we want as many names as possible on this list.
March 16, 2013, 3:47pm– Today, we are ready to bring something back that was very popular among all you lovely Rupert Grint fans a little while ago: our beloved forum. We have had it under construction for some time, but we finally think that it’s time to bring it back so that we can all discuss everything Rupert related in the same place. Rupert has so many projects recently finished, not yet released or just about to begin. So we want to discuss and analyze all of Rupert‘s projects with you all, whether it be his former projects like Harry Potter or Driving Lessons, or his new and exciting releases like CBGB or The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman, or the fact that Stephen Fry has just been confirmed to star alongside Rupert in Super Clyde. So join us and have some fun talking about everything and anything Rupert right HERE – it should be easy for everyone to sign up, but if you have any questions or problems, don’t hesitate to write us here in the comments or email us at email@example.com.
To start everyone off, why don’t we go to the forums and discuss Rupert‘s brilliant Scouse accent in Into the White, which is perfectly depicted in this new clip released from the film: