Poster and Soundtrack Excerpts for Rupert Grint’s “Charlie Countryman”!

ndccIcon4September 12th, 2013, 3:16pm– We are all revelling in all the lovely Rupert Grint news we are having about the upcoming theatre release of CBGB and the new images of the Mojo cast.

However, tonight we have some lovely news about The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman. The first goodie we can share is this new and absolutely beautiful poster with the new caption: Dying for love… a pretty f**king cool way to go. And what a cool way to describe this film! You can view an even more beautiful super HQ version in the gallery here.

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As another little treat we’ve uncovered three excerpts from the soundtrack from the film. And those of us who’ve been lucky enough to see the film can only say that the music is one of the very best things about the “Charlie Countryman” experience. So head on over to composer Christophe Beck‘s website and enjoy the music! Listen HERE!

Release dates for this film is still a little up in the air – Comingsoon.net writes that The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman will be shown in a limited selection of cinemas in the US from November 15, and the UK release date is set for November 8th (be careful about trusting the release dates on the IMDB page since the Norwegian and Danish release dates seem to be incorrect!). We will update when more information regarding release dates becomes available.

Rupert Grint on the Cover of FHM Collections A/W 2013 Style Manual!

PhotoshootNewsIconSeptember 4th, 2013, 1:04pm– Rupert Grint took part in a photoshoot for FHM in July which we posted about while it was taking place. Today, FHM has revealed that Rupert will be the cover star of their FHM Collections magazine which can be obtained for free when you buy the latest issue of FHM. And we don’t have to wait long because the latest issue hits stands tomorrow!

They describe their interview with Rupert like this:

How do you go “back to normal” when all you’ve ever known is Harry Potter? FHM catches up with Rupert Grint to find out.

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The pictures were taken by photographer Neil Bedford and you can view more pictures from the shoot in the gallery here! We will update when more becomes available from this feature – but how much do you love to see Rupert as the cover star?

In other news, a new French poster for The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman popped up on twitter. Check it out!

UPDATE: We’re know you’re still going nuts over these great pictures from FHM, but MTV just posted a BTS of Justin Bartha and Rupert on the set of CBGB. So take a second to head on over (we’ll have a YouTube version soon We now have a YouTube version you can see below!) and take a look. It’s well worth tearing yourself from these amazing pics!

UPDATE #2: We now have well over 200 caps in the gallery from the bts video which you can see here. And if you missed it the CBGB Facebook released this image of Rupert with Justin and Stana Katic and you can see that here.

Rupert Grint’s “Charlie Countryman” gets US Distribution!

ndccIcon4June 10th, 2013, 4:44pm– More good news for all the US Rupert Grint fans to start this week off. The Hollywood Reporter writes that The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman has been acquired by Millenium Entertainment for its US distribution. The film first premiered at Sundance this year and followed up with a European premiere at the Berlin Film Festival (you can check out our exclusive coverage right here).

Millenium Entertainment CEO, Bill Lee had this to say about the film:
In his theatrical debut, Fredrik Bond’s has created a stylish, action-packed ride that hooks you from the first moments and never lets go. This is a perfect addition to our slate and we expect the film to draw audiences in all windows of release.

The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman is expected to be released later this year, we will update when we know something more specific.

Rupert Grint’s Self Assignment Photoshoot!

GalleryIconApril 8th 2013, 4:26pm– New, amazing images of Rupert Grint from the recent Self Assignment Photoshoot by Fabrizio Maltese!

The Photoshoot took place as part of the Press Call on behalf of the screenings of The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman at the Berlinale Film Festival back in February, minutes before our own interview with Rupert.

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You can view these awesome images here in our Gallery in MQ, and we are currently working on HQ images and getting the MQ ones untagged UPDATE: MQ photos are now untagged!

Also, the CBGB Facebook page has published another poster, similar to a recent image, which you can see here. And check out the previous post to see Rupert as Cheetah Chrome in action!

Exclusive Auction: Bid for Berlinale Poster Signed by Rupert Grint, Fredrik Bond & Til Schweiger!

sitenewsMarch 10, 2013, 6:25 am– We only have one more Rupert Grint goodie from Berlinale to share with all you wonderful fans, and this time we are auctioning off a very special Berlinale 2013 poster signed by Rupert Grint, Fredrik Bond and Til Schweiger.
The poster was autographed by the guys the day of our exclusive interview which occured the day after the International Premiere of The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman at the Berlin International Film Festival (Sunday, February 10th 2013).

We are auctioning off this amazing poster because Rupert made a very special and personal request – he wanted this poster to raise money for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital where a friend of his family is undergoing chemotherapy. Of course we wanted to make this wish come true, and now we just need YOU to start bidding for the poster on our special ebay page. The auction will go on for 10 days and all the proceeds will go to the Birmingham Children’s Hospital. This is open for everyone everywhere in the world.

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All you need to do is go HERE and bid the amount you’d be willing to give for the poster. Every little bit helps – Birmingham Children’s Hospital writes:

Whether its £5 to fund some crayons and colouring books whilst waiting for test results, or £42,000 for a life saving machine that operates as a mechanical heart. Charitable donations are key to making us what we are: a centre of paediatric excellence that the whole country depends on.