Rupert Grint has signed on to star in a put pilot to air on NBC, reports Entertainment Weekly.
Over the weekend, excerpts from an interview for Wonderland Magazine were released with J.K.
This might be the most Anglophenia photo ever, a feat that is all the more remarkable given that it features no Tom Hiddleston and no Benedict Cumberbatch.
It’s not been a bad week for the former Harry Potter stars. We’ve had Rupert Grint’s viagra overdose, Daniel Radcliffe seems to have attracted the attentions of Katy Perry, and now details of Emma Watson’s …
Aren’t the movies wonderful? You get attached to certain actors doing certain things, you get to really appreciate their work and feel as if you know them as people, and then they embark on a new project and present themselves in …
When it comes to birthdays, this week offers a bumper crop of famous Brits turning the page on yet another year.
Rock biopics are notoriously hard to pull off. No matter how meticulously researched they may be, the clubs are always void of the atmosphere in which musical astonishment thrives, the actors playing the rock stars rarely have the same …
The worlds of Harry Potter and Downton Abbey will collide this fall when Rupert Grint and Brendan Coyle appear together on the West End stage in a London revival of Mojo, a crime drama about petty crooks and gangsters.
Apologies if you’ve seen this already, but it’s too good to pass up on, especially the bit with the Academy Awards nominations.
Stephen Fry, British actor/comedian/writer/game show host, has signed on to the U.S. pilot Super Clyde also starring fellow Brit Ruper Grint (Harry Potter), reports Deadline.