February 10, 2013, 2:46pm– Yesterday was the premiere of Rupert Grint‘s latest film, The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman, at the Berlin International Film Festival. The event took place at the beautiful Berlinale-Palast where Rupert walked the red carpet with Fredrik Bond, Shia LaBeouf and Til Schweiger. We have already uploaded many pictures from the photo call and the red carpet and we are now ready to share our own exclusive images and videos.
You can see all of our images from the red carpet in the gallery HERE, Rupert on stage after the screening HERE, as well as Rupert‘s Berlinale portrait hanging on the wall HERE.
We took several videos at the premiere and you can see Rupert arriving and talking to journalists HERE and HERE.
After the film, Rupert appeared on the stage alongside his costars, the producers and director of the film to receive applause and praise for the film – we have a video of that which can be seen here. We will have our very own review up as soon as we have gathered our thoughts on it – we are watching the film again tonight, and we can’t wait to sit in the cinema once more.
Make sure you take a good look at the beautiful portrait of Rupert which is now hanging inside the Berlinale-Palast with his autograph which he added just before the film started. You can see it in its full glory here and also Rupert signing it right here.
We can’t wait to share even more of our exclusive goodies, because the excitement didn’t end on Saturday – we sat down with Rupert a few hours ago and had a nice long chat about all kinds of interesting things. Stay tuned for that!
Take a tour in our gallery to make sure you haven’t missed anything from the extensive coverage of The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman premiere:
- Press Conference MQ and HQ
- Reception MQ and HQ
- Red Carpet MQ and HQ
UPDATE: A video interview with Rupert is out via The Telegraph!