Rupert Grint attends Creative Content Summit about Harry Potter Phenomenon!

July 31, 2012, 3:43pm– As we announced last month, Rupert Grint attended a panel entitled Harry Potter: The Magic behind a British-made global phenomenon at the Creative Content Summit, which took place during the British Business Embassy, .

Alongside Harry Potter producer David Heyman and Warner Bros President and Managing Director Josh Berger, Rupert answered questions about growing up on the set of Harry Potter, his personal highlights and what he took home from Leavesden Studios.

You can view a clip of the event here thanks to UK Trade & Investment (UKTI):

UPDATE: DigitalSpy have released a video about various celebrities, among them Rupert Grint, naming the discipline in which they would most likely compete in at the Olympic Games. Watch below:

Rupert Grint to talk about the Harry Potter Phenomenon during Olympic Business Series!

June 29th, 2012, 1:10pm– A new article from Screendaily lists Rupert Grint as one of the speakers at the Creative Content day on July 31 which will highlight the UK industry to global leaders. Rupert will be talking about the Harry Potter phenomenon with producer David Heyman and Josh Berger from Warner Bros. Although this is a closed event for UK and international industry, it is interesting to see how Rupert will help shed light on the UK industry alongside many other prominent and respected people from various branches of creativity.

In other news, both Evan Rachel Wood and writer Matt Drake have tweeted that The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman has officially wrapped. Hopefully this means that more information will become available since it is still unclear who Rupert will play in the film.

While production of CBGB has begun in Savannah, Rupert has not begun work as Cheetah Chrome just yet, and until he arrives on set we can expect him to show up at various events in the UK – The Media Eye tweeted earlier today that Rupert would be attending the Goodwood VIP Party. We have no idea if this is true, but look out for pictures floating around.
If you come across any new pictures, feel free to send an email to staff@rupert-grint.us :)