Rupert Grint in new Guardian Interview!

It'sOnlyAPlayIcon2October 23rd, 2014, 1:25pm– With Rupert Grint currently starring in It’s only a Play on Broadway, the Guardian has published a new interview with him.
Rupert talks about his stage work and living in New York, his hair and discusses The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman.

Rupert Grint in New York where he is appearing on Broadway in It's Only a Play.

Ha! I know, it’s pretty amazing working with all these geniuses. After Mojo ended, I didn’t want to do another play for a long time. It was fun but so exhausting. Then this came up and it was such an incredible cast, I had to do it.

Read the full interview via THIS link!

Rupert Grint attends WhatsOnStage Awards!

MojoIcon2February 23rd, 2014, 2:33pm– Rupwosawards Tonight, Rupert Grint is attending the annual WhatsOnStage Awards taking place at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London. It is a very special night since Rupert is nominated in the Best Newcomer of the Year category for his portrayal of Sweets in Mojo. Mojo is nominated for Best Play Revival, Ben Whishaw for Best Actor in a Play and Daniel Mays for Best Supporting Actor in a Play.

You can see the first pictures of Rupert arriving and in the press room with his pretty award here – we will be updating our gallery continuously as the pictures start to trickle in.

Stay tuned for more updates – we will be bringing you all the news from tonight’s show, as well as whether Rupert wins this prestigious award voted for by the public.

UPDATE: RUPERT WON!


UPDATE: We now have HQ photos from last night’s event! We’ll be adding more so keep checking here.

UPDATE: WhatsOnStage has just released the first highlight video from Sunday’s amazing event, and it features a lot of Rupert. We get to hear his reaction to winning the award, him thanking for the votes as well as Daniel Radcliffe being super proud to see Rupert win the award for Newcomer of the Year (aaaaww!):

UPDATE: You can listen to another interview with Rupert from the event on our YouTube channel right here.

Rupert Grint Talks Mojo, Charlie Countryman and Lego House!

MojoIcon3January 4th, 2014, 9:17pm–In a brand new interview with the Guardian Rupert Grint opened up about what it’s like to make his stage debut in Mojo. Meeting fans outside the stage door. Playing opposite a Shia LeBeouf while on LSD. Plus working on what the Lego House video has done for him. You can read the entire article here. A few quotes plus a new picture can be seen below!

Rupert Grint at the Harold Pinter theatre

Emerging from the “safe bubble” of Potter, Grint, 25, felt slightly lost. He credits director Ian Rickson for bringing him Mojo. “That cockney language is almost Shakespearean. And it’s a proper ensemble cast. Danny [Mays] gives me so much energy to bounce off and Ben Whinshaw is amazing.”

While shooting The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman, a forthcoming film in which he plays an aspiring porn star, he was astonished to see Shia LaBeouf take LSD for real. “He smashed the place up, got naked and kept seeing this owl. If anything will make you not do drugs, it’s watching that.”

UPDATE: We now have 22 HQ photos uploaded from this Richard Saker photoshoot. Check them out here – they’re so pretty!

Happy New Year!

Rupert GrintDecember 31st, 2013, 6:10pm–It’s that time of year where we look back at what a great year it has been for Rupert Grint and our website. First off, don’t forget to check the post below with the lovely interview of Rupert and Daniel Mays discussing Mojo and more! And check out the side bar where staffer Karo has put together some of the bigger moments of 2013. Everyone here at rupert-grint.us wishes you a very happy new year. We hope 2013 was great to you and that 2014 is even better! Please click the ‘read more’ tag for a look back on 2013 and a look ahead at 2014!
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Rupert Grint & Daniel Mays Talk Mojo on Lorraine!

MojoIcon2December 31st, 2013, 4:54am– Rupert Grint and Daniel Mays appeared together this morning on ITVs Lorraine to talk about Mojo, and it proved to be a delightful interview where their on-stage bromance were visible to see.

They talked about how happy they are about the audience’s positive response to the play, their individual nominations in the WhatsOnStage Awards (VOTE!) as well as their past projects playing Ron Weasley and Ronny Biggs. They were also asked what 2014 had in store for them, but like true actors they dodged the question beautifully and never gave a proper answer.

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We hope to have a video of this interview up soon, but until then we have uploaded lots of screenshots in our gallery here.

UPDATE: An online version of the interview has found it’s way to YouTube (thanks to BC TV):