» September 9
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September 9th, 2011, 1:36pm–A good news for all the fans who didn’t have the opportunity to watch Rupert Grint‘s movie Wild Target on big screen. The movie will be screened next week at Temecula Film Festival in California. I am sure you are all wondring but we already ask to his reps and no Rupert is not going to attend the festival. If you want to attend the festival here are several links that can help you. Firstly TVIFF main site here. You can find the Schedule of the events here. To buy the tickets here and if you have any question you can find all the contact adresses here.
UPDATE : The staff at TVIFF kindly emailed us all the details about the screeningS!! You can see it twice. The first day would be the 15th September at 5pm and the second day the 18th at the same time 5pm at UltraStar Cinemas, Tower Plaza Shopping Center. Theater address: 27531 Ynez Rd., Temecula, CA 92591. For more info.
August 28th, 2011, 12:55pm–I hope all my fellow Rupert Grint fans who were also (and still are) in Irene’s path are safe. I survived with only a few downed tree limbs and tons of leaves everywhere.
That said, we have exciting news for our Japanese fans! Wild Target is coming to DVD in Japan in December of this year! No word yet on blu-ray (we will keep you posted if it does!), but the DVD version will have Japanese subtitles for those who may need them to understand a bit of what’s going on. You can pre-order the item via amazon.co.jp. Thanks Take!
Wild Target has been released in many countries around the world, so if you’re wondering if the movie is available in your country be sure to check your local stores or online retailers. And don’t hesitate to let us know if it’s coming to your country!
» February 14
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February 14th, 2011, 7:50am– As we bask in the beautiful pictures of Rupert Grint at the BAFTAS, let’s not forget about Rupert’s movies. To all of Rupert’s Aussie fans, we are happy to announce that the Wild Target dvd will be released in Australia on Wednesday, 30 March 2011. Unfortunately, there is no word on the bonus features on the dvd but we will let you know once we know ourselves.
In other dvd news, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 will be released in Australia on Friday, 15 April 2011. The dvd will be a special two-disc edition. So exciting things happening down under the next two months.
For the Aussie fans, you can pre-order both dvds from ezydvd here.
February 12th, 11:32am, 2011–Some of you may have gotten a google alert about Rupert Grint attending the Pre-BAFTA party or have seen pictures of his co-star Emma Watson there. Fret not, we have a nice high quality version of the pic that is floating around which you can view in our galleries here. This seems to be the only one, for right now, but if we find more we will update you immediately. Remember we were the first to let you know that Rupert will be attending tomorrow’s BAFTA awards where the Harry Potter franchise will be honored. He will be joined by his co-stars Emma and Bonnie Wright as well as David Heyman and J.K. Rowling!
In other news, don’t forget that at 5pm today we will be doing our first every twitter viewing party! We will be watching Wild Target and using the hashtag #wildtarget. We hope to “see” you there tweeting along with us!
UPDATE: Thanks to Holly we have two more pics of Rupert at the National Motor Museum which you can view here and here.
» February 7
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February 7th, 2011, 4:26pm– Tomorrow, Rupert Grint‘s film Wild Target will be available on BluRay and DVD in the US!
The New York Post have put up a new clip from the film. In this scene, Tony and Victor discuss the details of Tony becoming Victor’s apprentice. It’s a lovely scene between Bill Nighy and Rupert, so check it out now!
You can watch the clip here!
And don’t forget to grab your DVD and join us this Saturday for our Twitter Movie Watch at 5pm EST/11pm CET!
If you haven’t seen them yet, make sure to enjoy the pictures of Rupert at the National Motor Museum earlier today! (see below)