Three new photos appear online from the set of “Cherrybomb":
The first hi-res "Cherrybomb" poster is released:
It is announced that Rupert will take part in a Q & A at the "Cherrybomb" premiere at Berlinale
Rupert’s “Cherrybomb” co-star, Kat Kirk, gives a brief interview speaking about his role in the film, saying:
What’s your opinion on Rupert’s acting in this film?
Kat: Rupert played the part of Malachy well. He’s a very talented guy and really brought Malachy to life. I don’t want to give too much away though!
Did he nail the accent according to you?
Kat: The Northern Irish accent is a tricky one because it can be really difficult to replicate and I imagine this could have caused some alarm. I remember when I first met Rupert and Kimberley, I told them as long as you pretend you’re a pirate when pronouncing the letter “r” then there shouldn’t be a problem! I like to think they took my advice, I thought it was pretty good!
It is announced that "Cherrybomb" will be screening at the Jameson Dublin Film Festival in Ireland on February 20.
"Cherrybomb" makes it's premiere at the Berlinale Film Festival. Check out our coverage here.
The Hollywood Reporter asks Rupert on his thoughts regarding filming for Deathly Hallows, to which he comments:
Fourteen months for Part 1 and Part 2, more or less back-to-back. It's going to be long, but it's going to be good I think, I really liked the book and the script," he said. "It's going to be quite a thing when it's over because it'll be half my life exactly. I think I will miss it, because I've had some good times on it.
"Newcomer Jessie Cave — known better as Lavender Brown — regaled us us about her unrehearsed kiss with budding stud Rupert Grint .And of course, there’s the important scene at the end on top of the Hogwarts castle ramparts."
It is annouced that Rupert will grace the April 2009 cover of BLAG Magazine:
In an accompanying press release, Rupert says:
“I really enjoy it because it is a totally different world. I think we do get a bit spoilt on Harry Potter. I really prefer the pace of these sorts of films – on this one you do maybe seven scenes a day – so it moves really quickly. It’s exciting.”
Total Film releases a one page interview with Rupert, briefly discussing his role in Deathly Hallows. On the conclusion of the series, Rupert says:
"I really liked it, it was a good ending. It was not what I expected, actually. For some reason, I thought at least one of me, Dan, Emma was going to not make it. But I think it's going to be cool, the whole 20 years later thing. It should be fun. They'll age us up."