July 10th, 2011, 6:10am–
htrnews.com took a look on the life of Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint. How they grew up on the Harry Potter filmset and how they developed from young kids who are first kids then actors to young adults who just love to act. They also try to find out what kept the young cast on the ground all the time and how their life will be in the future.
“Cast as impressionable children in Hollywood’s biggest fantasy franchise, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and their many young co-stars have maneuvered through 11 years of fame — and the temptations it brings — without any whispers of Lindsay Lohan-style meltdowns that can derail child actors.
They’ve grown up smart, humble, polite and professional, eager to balance modest private lives with productive acting careers rather than leap into the party-till-dawn celebrity lifestyle.”
To read the whole article just go over to our press archive.
Thanks to Maria we also have a nice comment about Rupert’s performence in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 made by The guardian.
“Once again the cast seem to have kicked things up a notch; the acting is the best it has been since the release of the first film in 2001. The development of Rupert Grint’s Ron Weasley, which began in the last film, culminates in a truly impressive performance: a brief but painfully poignant scene where he breaks down upon witnessing a family tragedy leaves the cinema in eerie silence punctuated only by some sniffing. I suspect there might be a few damp eyes hidden behind the 3D glasses.”
To read the whole review click here.
And who wouldn’t agree to heatworld:
“But we will say, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint absolutely shine in this film. And if you don’t come out fancying Rupert (Ron) a little, we’ll be very surprised.”
Don’t forget to keep an eye on our review page, as we will continue to add all comments we will find about Rupert. If you find one please feel free to send it over to us. Language doesn’t matter.
UPDATE: An other article published by arts.nationalpost.com has surfaced:
“Of course, this last instalment in the series also features the long-awaited kiss between Hermione (Emma Watson) and Ron (Rupert Grint), while their burgeoning relationship offers much needed comic relief from the unrelenting tension.
“We go off on this little adventure together,” Watson says. “It’s kind of like a comedy act because it’s the first time that you see them in tune.
“I really enjoyed the experience. Rupert is a great comedic actor, and so we had a really good time bringing the humour out of everything that we could.”
We have the whole article at our press archive.