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September 17th, 2012, 2:23PM– Into the White, starring Rupert Grint as British pilot Robert Smith, has been screened this weekend at the 19th Oldenburg Filmfestival 2012 with actors David Kross and Florian Lukas as well as director Petter Næss present for the German premiere on Saturday.
TV Channel RTL aired their report about the film’s premiere this afternoon along with interview snippets with David Kross and Florian Lukas, which you can view below (the part about Into the White starts at 2:33 into the clip).
David Kross: “It is of course a difficult topic, but it also shows the absurdity of the moments in which the characters end up. And that was definitely a lot of fun.” ” We really wore these suits, these really thick flying suits, and it was just those five people; and we really were in this situation and it was damn cold and windy and bad weather conditions, but that helped to really get into character.” Florian Lukas: “We had to film everything in chronological order because, over the course of the film, we take apart the hut. It was a bit like small theatre pieces we were playing for those people. And that was a very special way to make a film, which I have never done before.”
At the premiere, the German co-producer stated that a German release is currently scheduled “around the 27th October”. Not even the actors themselves had heard of this, so we will keep you updated on any release information.
May 18th, 2012, 3:05PM– Into the White is finally starting to get international release dates and now the news has surfaced that Rupert Grint‘s latest film will be released in Russia on January 17, 2013. This information comes from the Russian distributor’s website, Russian Report, where you can also see the trailer with the Russian release date added at the end. Check it out here.
Please remember that dates like this are subject to change at any given time – but we will of course keep you updated if anything changes or if more international dates become available.
Thank you Masha for the info
In other news, MSN Entertainment has finally released their interview with Rupert Grint from the Grand Opening of the Harry Potter Studio Tour where they sat down with Rupert to ask questions from fans all over the world. Have you ever wondered what Rupert would have done differently if he had played Draco Malfoy instead of Tom Felton? Check out his answer and many more interesting stories from him right here!
May 15th, 2012, 2:03PM– Today we have some news for all of you regarding the DVD and Blu-Ray release of Rupert Grint‘s latest feature film, Into the White. Scanbox Entertainment, which handles the distribution of the film in Norway and internationally, has decided that the film will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray on August 28 2012. As far as we know, this only pertains to the Norwegian release of the film. Additionally, you can pre-order Into the White on DVD here and Blu-Ray here!
We still have no word on what will be featured as the extra material on the DVD or Blu-Ray, but let us know in the comments what you would think perfect as extra material – it is always fun to speculate, and it will help pass the time when we experience these news droughts.
We do not have any new information regarding international release dates for Into the White yet. But we will of course update you as soon as something new on this front is revealed.
Remember to check out our previous post, here, about the filming of The Drummer being pushed back until fall.
April 19th, 2012, 2:00PM– Although we still aren’t over the festivities of the World Premiere of Into the White, we have a bunch of new great stills from the film to show you. There are several shots depicting Rupert Grint as the fiery Gunner Robert Smith along with his co-stars Stig Henrik Hoff, David Kross, Lachlan Nieboer and Florian Lukas.
The pictures do show spoilers from some of the pivotal scenes, so those of you that want to stay unspoiled should continue with caution The rest of you can take a look at the great pictures here.
Remember to check out our extensive coverage of the Oslo World Premiere here as well as our exclusive interview with the man himself including the brilliantphoto interview.
April 9th, 2012, 7:37PM– Last month, we were able to attend not only the World Premiere for Rupert Grint‘s film Into the White, but were also present at the Press Conference and Photocall the following day.
In addition to these events, we were also given the opportunity to sit down with Rupert Grint for an exclusive interview that we can finally share with you.
We talked to Rupert about his thoughts on the film, his accent and haircut as well as his singing talents.
It was quite a dramatic change. I didn’t know until the first day of filming that I was going to be curly. It just kind of happened. I had a little shaved off in the back, and that was scary, because I am quite funny about my hair. I always like having a fringe, but I mean, it kind of suited the character.
Actually, when we were filming, me and Lachlan and Stig and some of the others – we formed a band.
Finally, we challenged Rupert to a quick photo-interview: five questions, and only a picture to give an answer. Judge for yourself if Rupert can keep his title of “King of Facial Expressions”.
You can read the full interview here, and if you want to know which question caused the pic above take a look on our photo-interview here.