9 items from 2012
December 30, 2012, 7:49am– Just before the year is drawing to a close, we are happy to introduce to all you Rupert Grint fans our new sub-site: Rupert-Grint.us Exclusives! 2012 has been a great year for Rupert, and once again, we staffers have had amazing experiences, for example at the Into the White World Premiere in Oslo, the Grand Opening of Warner Bros Studio Tour, the Olympic Torch Relay and of course our Phone Interview with Rupert Grint himself. Travelling to those events is definitely one of the highlights of being a staff member, and therefore we decided to create a special place for what we have brought back. So finally, after a long time, we have finished moving all our assembled goodies to one place – but not only that! You can also find previously un-published reports, transcripts and, most importantly, videos and audios from interviews and red carpets on our »
Thanks to our friends at Metrodome, we’ve got Three DVDs to giveaway of Cross Of Honour. The film has a great cast and is a heroic tale of friendship, war and the fight for survival that stars Rupert Grint, David Kross, Lachlan Nieboer and Florian Lukas.
At the beginning of World War II a hostile chance encounter in the skies above the harsh Norwegian wilderness leaves two aircraft – one British, one German – shot down in a remote and isolated region. By strange coincidence the crews seek shelter in the same cabin. They must battle to survive the brutal winter in order to get back to the war – and to fighting one another.
Although war has made them enemies, as the days go by animosity proves hard to maintain. Mutual need leads to unlikely friendships, and the rules of war must be put aside.
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- Dan Bullock
Irish feature film 'Good Vibrations' is set to receive its international premiere next week when it opens the prestigious Karlovy Vary International Film Festival on June 29. Directed by husband and wife team Lisa Barros D'Sa and Glenn Leyburn (Cherrybomb) with a script by writers Colin Carberry and Glenn Patterson, 'Good Vibrations' is one of three films set to screen during the June 29-July 7 festival in the Czech Republic. Belfast-born director Jon Wright's comedy-horror 'Grabbers' and Carol Morley's 'Dreams Of A Life' will also be shown. »
Nature Teaches Beasts to Know Their Friends…
An all-star cast unite in Ralph Fiennes’ directorial debut Coriolanus. This contemporary, action-packed version of Shakespeare’s classic story of revenge stars Fiennes (The Hurt Locker, Great Expectations), Gerard Butler (Machine Gun Preacher, 300), Vanessa Redgrave (Anonymous, Atonement), Jessica Chastain (The Help, The Tree of Life), James Nesbitt (Cherrybomb, Match Point) and Brian Cox (Rise Of The Planet of the Apes, The Bourne Supremacy). Coriolanus is out to own on DVD and Blu-ray and as a digital download from 4th June.
The common people of Rome are hungry. Riots are widespread and the people’s fury rapidly becomes focused on the Republic’s most courageous general, Caius Martius (Fiennes), who has publicly expressed his scorn for their suffering.
But Rome is also at war with the Volsces, »
- Matt Holmes
Though acting turns outside of the Harry Potter franchise from Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) in films like Driving Lessons, Cherrybomb and Wild Target haven't exactly been as easily recognized as co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson in The Woman in Black and My Week with Marilyn respectively, that doesn't mean the red-haired Brit is giving up on acting just yet. In fact, Variety has word that Grint has locked down two new fairly high profile projects with the Shia Labeouf led thriller The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman and the underground music scene drama Cbgb, based on the NYC club of the same name. Grint has yet to prove himself as a viable star outside of Harry Potter, but I think he has some real talent in him. He might be more suited for comedy, but it sounds like these two roles are a little more serious. In The Necessary »
- Ethan Anderton
Irish feature film 'Good Vibrations' will receive its Irish premiere on May 31 as part of the Belfast Film Festival. Directed by Lisa Barros D'Sa and Glenn Leyburn (Cherrybomb), the feature will be screened in Belfast's Ulster Hall as the festival's opening film. 'Good Vibrations' tells the story of Belfast music legend Terri Hooley, played by Richard Dormer (Five Minutes of Heaven, A Mighty Celt), who opened up a record shop named Good Vibrations on the most bombed half-mile in Europe during the Troubles. »
There have been many stories and dramas of the final few hours of the Titanic, but the unique tale of how a team of engineers attempted to save the stricken vessel has never been told before. Now 100 years later this gripping true story is told in Saving the Titanic, which comes to DVD for the first time on 16th April 2012, and we have two copies of the film to give away to our readers. Take a look at a synopsis, and read on for details of how to enter...
Saving the Titanic tells the story of the disaster from below deck. Based upon eyewitness accounts, this remarkable docu-drama recounts how nine men attempted to courageously hold back the power of the sea and keep the power systems running, even when they learned that all was lost. Most of these men died but their actions saved many lives.
The film features »
Moretz is in final negotiations to play Wilson's daughter Jennifer, who is co-producing the film, along with her half-brother Carl. Grint will play Stan Shapiro, a mail room intern at William Morris, who befriended Wilson during the last few years of the musician's life.
The film which will centre on the last six years of Wilson's life before his death in 1983, is set to begin production in mid June, and also stars Vera Fermiga as Fleetwood Mac's Christine McVie, and Aaron Eckhart as Wilson.
The Drummer will mark Grint »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (ScreenTerrier)
Three weeks after its release, The Woman in Black has claimed a remarkable achievement: it is by some distance the most successful homegrown horror film ever released in Britain.
Equally significantly, perhaps, it marks the transition of the Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe – playing the lead role of widowed solicitor Arthur Kipps – from one of the most successful, well paid child stars of all time to something approaching a grown-up acting career.
For all the fame and money the bespectacled Hogwarts schoolboy has brought Radcliffe over the eight-film franchise, he could provide a straitjacket for the 22-year-old actor. Radcliffe's Potter co-stars, Emma Watson, 21, and Rupert Grint, 23, face a near-identical dilemma. All three spent their teenage years in front of the cameras, becoming solidly identified with a single character. »
- Andrew Pulver
9 items from 2012
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