Alas, we are in no way affiliated with Rupert, his family or representatives. All media is the property of their respective owners - no copyright infringement intended. Alexander Cooke (a talent agent) also posted this epic photo on Instagram from the set the other day… November 16th, 2016, am–We’ve added well over 100 photos of Rupert Grint from various days, whether it be from filming or red carpet events.
December 5th, 2016, pm– Rupert Grint has been filming Snatch in the middle of Manchester city centre (Police Street to be more exact) today. So some are from Snatch filming, some from him out and about in Manchester, and high quality photos from the Triumph launch. The first being 57 beautiful shots from filming on September 13th.
I currently wear a baseball cap with cross-eyes stitched on the front. I am an ambassador for the children’s charity Starlight.8.
I’ve never attempted any extreme sports, and I consider running short distances an extreme sport.7.
It was an early ambition of mine to be a hat designer.5. The purpose of the big hand and the little hand has never come naturally to me.6.
In hindsight, it wasn’t the most practical first vehicle.10. My dog is named after Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors.13. My favorite television shows are Brass Eye and The OA.22.
Next up is Rupert out with co-star Luke Pasqualino in Manchester. Lastly, but not least, are 22 high quality shots of Rupert at the Triumph Bonneville Launch Party back on October 19th. We think he looks pretty dapper in the on-set images from Snatch, and the lovely Cécile has put together an amazing new header image for us, and we have created a new matching look for the rest of the site. Rupert Grint (Harry Potter movies), Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead) and Golden Globe award-winning actor Don Johnson (Miami Vice) star in this brand new comedy for Sky Atlantic.
His most recent appearance was in the comedy Moonwalkers, in which he starred as Jonny, a rock band manager who develops a staged moon landing.
The film premiered last year and then went out recently on limited release in the USA.
Directed by BAFTA winner Matt Lipsey (Little Britain, Psychoville), this series is produced by King Bert, the production company founded by Jo Sargent (French and Saunders, Absolutely Fabulous) and writer-performers David Walliams and Miranda Hart.
It’s the laugh-out-loud story of Daniel Glass (Grint), a compulsive liar who is stuck in a failing relationship and a dead-end job in which he is under the thumb of his irrepressible boss Kenny West (Johnson).