Rupert Grint as Cheetah Chrome in New CBGB Character Poster!

cbgb icon2Rupert Grint as Cheetah Chrome in New CBGB Character Poster!April 24, 2013, 3:24pm– The wait is finally over – we now have the awesome character poster featuring Rupert Grint as Cheetah Chrome. The Hollywood Reporter has previously released several cool posters depicting Alan Rickman as Hilly Kristal, Ashley Greene as Lisa Kristal, Joel David Moore as Joey Ramone, Mickey Summer as Patti Smith and Justin Bartha as Dead Boys lead singer Stiv Bators. But now the day has come which all us Rupert Grint fans have been waiting for.

Rupert is looking very rock’n’roll on this poster – let us know what you think in the comments. You can see a larger version of the poster in the gallery here.


In other news, we are getting closer and closer to know whether or not Super Clyde is picked up by CBS. All we can do is cross our fingers, but luckily lots of buzz has surrounded the show in the media. You can vote for Super Clyde as the pilot you most want to be made into a series here as well as read the positives vs. the negatives of the pilot.

Furthermore, you can enjoy four screenshots of Rupert at last week’s British Animal Honours where he presented the very first honour of the night – check them out in the gallery here. A video of his appearance is not yet available, but we will update if we get our hands on it.

Rupert Grint Talks His Favourite Bands!

Rupert Grint Talks His Favourite Bands!
July 12, 2009, 5:46 AM–Good morning Rupert Grint fans! I have a special treat for you today. The Observer Music Monthly has just published their exclusive interview with Rupert, who talked about his favourite music genres, bands, musicians etc. Get ready for some memorable quotes, such as:

Johnny Rotten had good hair, didn’t he?”

(on punk) “I love the madness behind it. The craziness, the passion. And the whole anarchist thing is quite cool.”

“I’ve bought albums simply because I like the look of the sleeve, like the Dead Kennedys’ Frankenchrist.”

The interview is accompanied by an amazing photo of Rupert, so without further ado view the high-res scans in our gallery here.