Rupert Grint Is Confirmed To Attend “Into The White” World Premiere in Oslo!

February 8th, 2012, 9:10AM– End of January we finally could post about Rupert Grint last movie Into the White World Premiere in Oslo. If you missed the news check the link here. When we asked his team then they answered us “Hopfully he is attending.“. Now due to this article post by OsloPuls and forwarded to us from the great Zentropa team he is confirmed to attend the Premiere in Oslo next March. If you can read Norwegian have a look here. A translation will hopefully come soon.

We have of course asked his reps if it was true about Rupert attendance and instead they directly emailed us about it. “Just to let you know that we can confirm Rupert will be attending the Into the White premiere in Oslo.” Awesome news isn’t it?? Apparently all the actors will be attending too!

Don’t forget to check our previous news post and watch severals Into the White clips and trailers! :)

Rupert Grint: New update on the Production Blog about Into the White!

January 31st, 2011, 10:03AM– The production blog from Zentropa Norway and Into the White is BACK! This time, it is about the approaching date of the world premiere in Oslo as well as the editing process with Petter Næss and Frida Eggum Michaelsen.

You can read the newest blog here – and there’s more to come! We will keep you updated!

Also, we feel the need to remind everyone of the excellent trailer #2 which has been released recently. Could we be more excited about seeing Rupert in this role as Gunner Robert Smith? It looks amazing, and you can see it right here:

Rupert Grint in new “Into the White” clip!

January 26th, 2011, 3:12 PM– VG.no have just published an article and a brand new clip from the soon-to-be-released film Into the White.

This clip features Rupert Grint as Robert Smith and Stig Henrik Hoff as Wolfgang Strunk in a “bromancy” moment while skiing! Not only do we get to see Rupert on skis and showing his competetive side, but we also hear him speak in his accent – truly a far cry from his “normal” one! :)

You can view the great clip and read the original article here.

We hope to have the translation up in a short while! Until then, enjoy the clip!

UPDATE: Thanks to Malene‘s quick work, we now have the translation of the article!

“Well, he claimed he had an uncle who had seen a pair of skis once. And he tried out on modern equipment the day before. But then we just had to move on to filming; he didn’t have a clue! He fell and rolled over and stood like a chicken; we laughed until we cried. But Rupert gave everything he had and kept, quite impressively, his good mood. Even though he was ice cold by the end of it.”

Click here to read!

Rupert Grint: ICM Exclusive! Into the White with Mr. Hoff!

January 17th, 2011, 9:10AM– We have another ICM Exclusive coming your way – and this time it is an interview with Stig Henrik Hoff who plays Wolfgang Strunk opposite Rupert Grint in the new film Into the White by Petter Næss!

The Norwegian actor Stig Henrik Hoff was gracious enough to sit down and answer some questions from the ICM staff. He is known to be a man with a playful and light-hearted personality, and this is definitely the Stig who we heard from last night. You can read all about his experience filming Into the White in Norway’s extreme weather conditions, what he thought of Rupert Grint‘s skiing abilities and how he felt about the character Strunk. Here’s a sneak peek of what mr. Hoff had to say about Rupert:

We had a great time shooting, a lot of fun and laughs, and Rupert impressed me! Young guy, dead on, always dead on, well prepared and funny, generous, without any moviestar-shit, such a likeable person.

You can read the entire interview with Mr. Hoff here!

Zentropa Norway has released a brand new poster for the film, and we’re happy to show you guys a HQ version of the brilliant poster showing the five main characters with the dramatic background of a Norwegian landscape. The new poster is made by Alen Grujic, Madebyhandverk & Scanbox. Great work! :-)

David Kross, Stig Henrik Hoff, Florian Lukas, Rupert Grint and Lachlan Nieboer

You can see the poster in its entirety here!

Also, Zentropa Norway has been awesome to share the latest stills from Into the White with us – in HQ, of course! You can head over to our gallery to see them – here!

Remember to sign up and join the fun at our New Ice Cream Man Forum – check it out here!

Rupert Grint: Into the White goes GLOBAL – 21 countries and counting!

January 13th, 2011, 9:28PM– Big news keep on coming from the team behind the new film with Rupert Grint, Into the White. We just received a press release from the film’s distributor Scanbox Entertainment – and the film now has distribution in no less than 21 countries. There is no doubt that many more countries will come after the film festivals of early 2012, and some more PR by the actors, producers, distributors and director, Petter Næss. One thing is for certain – we can’t wait!

The 21 countries listed in the press release are the following: Germany, Great Britain, Spain, Thailand, Austria, Switzerland, Ireland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Australia, New Zealand, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Croatia, Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Luxembourg, Slovenia and Macedonia.

An impressive piece of news, isn’t it? :-) You can read the press release in its entirety here!

Also, this press release has generated some articles in the Norwegian press today, and we have the translations for you! They are great – and you can see a sneak peak from an article from tv2.no here, where Stig Henrik Hoff talks about working with Rupert:

It’s not every day that 300 screaming fans are standing everywhere outside of my hotel. Now I know they’re not there for me but for Rupert, but that doesn’t matter!

You can read the articles in our Press Archive, you can find “Stig Henrik Hoff: This is absolutely magical!” here where you can read about Hoff’s experience teaching Rupert how to ski, which sounds very entertaining.

“21 countries have secured Into the White” can be found here!

Thanks to Malene for translating!

Enjoy! :-)