New CBGB Clip Featuring Rupert Grint Rocking Out!

cbgb icon2September 25th, 2013, 2:54pm– Entertainment Weekly has shared a new clip from the CBGB movie where we see Rupert Grint rocking out as Cheetah Chrome on stage. This clip also features Justin Bartha as Dead Boys front man Stiv Bators, Stana Katic dancing along as Genya Ravan and Freddy RodrĂ­guez looking on as Idaho. As Rupert rocks out we also get a small glimpse of the craziness that could happen at CBGB – true rock’n’roll lifestyle!

In other news, we have a second beautiful picture from the Hunger Magazine shoot which shows an intense Rupert wearing boxing gloves from the “I Dare You” feature. You can view it in our gallery here.

The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman is also starting to rev up the promotion engine, and you can now follow the movie on facebook here. They have begun promotion by releasing two stunning posters for the film which you can view in full size here or just enjoy below:

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UPDATE: You can now view the video on our youtube channel here. Pics coming soon! We now have over 80 caps in our gallery here!

UPDATE #2: Rupert has been spotted out and about in London today (September 26) and we are lucky enough to have some gorgeous HQ pictures of him enjoying the lovely weather at a café. You can view them all in our gallery here!

Rupert Grint: New Photoshoot Image by Tim Booth!

RupertNewsIconMay 9th, 2013, 2:56pm– We have an amazing treat for all Rupert Grint fans tonight. Thanks to Anonymous (we would love to know your name, so we can give proper credit…), we have this amazing picture to share with you guys:

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This amazing picture was taken by photographer Tim Booth and you can see a larger version of the image in our gallery here. We don’t know what the purpose of this photoshoot is, but we will investigate and update with further information and more pictures if they are unvcovered. How do you like the look of this new photoshoot? Let us know in the comments!

The official CBGB facebook page as also released yet another image of Rupert as Cheetah Chrome rocking out on stage. We’ve also added that image to our gallery here.

UPDATE: We now have more details about the Tim Booth picture, and it is extremely interesting. On May 1st, Tim updated his blog with the following quote:

Spent the day shooting stills on the set of Instruments of Darkness, which was a chapter for the film Enemy of Man directed by Vincent Regan. This one is of Jason Flemyng letting rip in a fight sequence, all swords, clashing armour and fire, very dramatic. I also got some nice shots of Charles Dance and Rupert Grint. Good day, nice people and rather fun.

UPDATE #2: We asked Tim about photographing Rupert, and he was nice enough to share some very sweet words with us:

He was a nice guy, we didn’t exactly chat much as he was working very hard.
He’s a calm and quiet guy, very professional, totally unaffected by his fame
and dedicated to his craft.