It's been seven years since the "Harry Potter" film franchise came to a close, but Emma Watson and her co-stars Tom Felton and Matthew Lewis just proved how much we still love to see the cast together.
Millennial love of Bob Ross and his "happy little trees" extends to Grint, who says he watched the painter's series as a child.
For the length of its first episode, Snatch — a TV adaptation of the 2000 Guy Ritchie film now streaming on Crackle — is pretty entertaining. It’s fun, for a while, to see Harry Potter’s Rupert Grint playing a grubby little would-be master criminal named Charlie. He and his overreaching crew, which includes a boxer, Billy (Lucien Laviscount), and a callow hustler, Albie (Luke Pasqualino), strut through damp city streets in England, pulling minor heists that accidentally turn into one major one, involving bars of pure gold.
Rupert Grint is best known for his portrayal of Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter movies and has been in the public eye way longer than singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran, but it seems like lately, a lot more of those eyes are confusing Grint for Sheeran. On The Late Late Show With James Corden, when asked about the confusion, Grint joked about his recent plight. Rupert Grint and Ed Sheeran show the resemblance in near identical outfits.
They sure don’t teach this at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Six years after graduating with honors from the Harry Potter film franchise, Rupert Grint is getting in touch with his inner criminal on Snatch, Crackle’s new London-set crime series, which premieres on the streaming service on Mar. 16.
Today is the 15th anniversary of the release of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, the first film in the Harry Potter franchise, which became a hit overnight.
Rupert Grint may always be Ron Weasley to a generation of Muggles obsessed with the Harry Potter series, but it’s been over four years since the now-27-year-old actor last appeared on the big screen in J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world. As a down-on-his-luck music manager, Grint gets caught up in a wild scheme to fake the moon landing, teaming with a CIA agent with Vietnam-induced PTSD played by Ron Perlman. Grint spoke with Yahoo about the film, post-Potter life, and some of the recent Harry Potter headlines.