The official CBGB Movie Facebook published a new behind-the-scenes reel tonight featuring Ashley Greene as Lisa Kristal and Rupert Grint as Cheetah Chrome.
The video shows some neat footage from the actual movie and also during down time, with Rupert signing autographs for fans. Check out the video here or embedded below. And don't forget to LIKE CBGB the Movie on Facebook.
Hulu posted a new video from Into the White, which features Rupert Grint's character, Robert Smith, bemoaning the fact that he's missing a very important date with a girl named Sheila. Watch it at this link or below.
Blink and you'll miss him...The official CBGB movie Facebook page added an exclusive behind-the-scenes video. Around the :30 second mark, you can see Rupert in the background as Cheetah Chrome, tearing it up on the guitar. Watch it here.
When news broke that Rupert Grint would be starring in a television pilot for CBS as the titular character, “Super Clyde,” we all bounced for joy. Rupert on our TV every week! Starring on a show for a big American network! But most importantly: RUPERT.EVERY.WEEK.
However, buzz kill warning: as exciting as this news is, there’s no guarantee that “Super Clyde” will even make it onto our precious TV screens. The chances of it happening are very up-in-the-air. To help you understand more about the life cycle of a TV pilot and how it eventually ends up on your screen, we’ve broken down the steps.
"Into the White" was officially released on iTunes and OnDemand yesterday for fans to watch before it hits the silver screen on April 12th in the U.S. "Into the White" is available on iTunes as a 30-day rental for $9.99.
Both MTV Movies Blog and MovieWeb have exclusive clips from the film, showcasing very intense moments inside the chilly Norwegian cabin where the group is trapped.
In the first clip from MTV, the group attempts to amputate the arm of one of the soldiers:
Late last year, we reported that Rupert Grint narrarated a documentary called "We Are Aliens" for the National Space Centre in Leicester, England. Aside from a short audio clip released in January, not much else has been seen or heard... until now.
The official website for "We Are Aliens" published several short video clips from the documentary, ranging in topics from the Mars Rover to Jupiter's moon, Europa. Anyone with an interest in science will definitely find these clips fascinating.
View all of the clips AT THIS LINK or check out two of them below.
Rupert and the team here at RupertGrint.net have been partnering for the last few months with a new charity incentive called The Future Project, who work with high-school students across America to build real working projects based on their dreams.
One of these projects held a story which touched us.
Mariely Garcia is a 17 year old student from New York. In her life, she has faced and overcome cancer. Now, she is trying to spread a simple but powerful message across the nation to fellow teenagers: "You are Perfect".
"Growing up, I was taught that we each had something special to offer the world.
The fact that suicide is the third leading cause of death among adolescents, that 6 in 10 girls stop doing what they love because they feel badly about their appearance, and that every 7 minutes a child is bullied didn't make sense to me.
It became obvious that young people were not aware of their inherent perfection...and something had to be done about it. I went to a Future Project event one night and left knowing that somehow I had to change this. But I wasn't sure how. I got home to an empty house and started pacing around until the words "perfectly made" came to mind. Over the last year, I've been working to mould the project into what it really means to me."
So, we asked Rupert for help.
You can join the cause on YouTube by uploading a video of yourself and repeating the message, then titling and tagging it with "I am Perfect: Your Name" and the hashtag #perfrev.
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