Harry Potter is heading back to Hogwarts in a new TV series due to launch on Warner Bros. Discovery's 'Max' streaming service. Here's what we know...
The former Harry Potter star appears in Knock at the Cabin after working with Shyamalan on TV series Servant.
Whether a TV series, Cursed Child movie, or something completely different, find out what’s next for the Wizarding World.
Harry Potter director Chris Columbus has called for the release of the extended cut of The Philosopher's Stone as the movie hits its 20th anniversary.
The actor who played Ron Weasley has suggested he'd be open to a return to the wizarding world.
Harry Potter director Chris Columbus says he spent the first two weeks of filming assuming he was going to be fired.
Rupert Grint is the latest Harry Potter cast member to speak out about JK Rowing after her recent transgender comments.
The 'Harry Potter' star stepped outside of his comfort zone to play the slimy sibling of one of the main characters in slippery Apple TV+ show 'Servant'.
The maestro of the dramatic plot twist has plenty in store with his new Apple TV+ psychological horror series 'Servant'.
Rupert Grint talks Snatch, life beyond Harry Potter and giving it all up for a new life in Spain.
The reviews for the TV spin-off of Guy Ritchie’s 2000 crime caper ‘Snatch’ are in… but they’re pretty awful. ‘Harry Potter’ star Rupert Grint – also the show’s executive producer – leads the cast onto the small screen, playing Charlie Cavendish, a ‘criminal aristocrat’, alongside a group of similarly inclined charming young miscreants. Among the cast are Tamar Hassan, Luke Pasqualino, Lucien Laviscount, Marc Warren, Dougray Scott and Phoebe Dyvenor.
They might both be flame-haired British celebrities, but Rupert Grint and Ed Sheeran don’t look that alike, do they? Well, it seems they do. The former Harry Potter star reckons that if a fan’s looking like they’re going to approach him, it’s even money on who they think he is. Speaking on ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’, he said: “It’s kind of 50/50 now. Someone stops me, it could go either way. It could be Ed or it could be me.” Well, if they will pose for pictures like this… And it’s not just punters either. “Leo Sayer. ...
He’s not Gryffindor anymore. But then again, he’s not quite Slytherin either. The wit and wisdom of Ravenclaw, then, that’s where we might find Rupert Grint in this first teaser trailer for the TV (well, streamed) series of ‘Snatch’. Based on Guy Ritchie’s follow-up to ‘Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels’, it centres on a ‘group of 20-something, up-and-coming hustlers who stumble upon a truck load of stolen gold bullion and are suddenly thrust into the high-stakes world of organized crime’. ...
Plucked from obscurity to star in the biggest franchise of all time, these young actors were barely tweenagers when they first appeared on-screen. See how they’ve changed…
Guy Ritchie’s cult British gangster movie ‘Snatch’ is set to be adapted into a TV series for Sony’s streaming service Crackle. The series is set to star Rupert Grint, best known for playing lovable buffoon Ron Weasley in the 'Harry Potter’ series. Dougray Scott has been cast as a regular while Ed Westwick will be a recurring guest star.
Yesterday, the two Rons met in London’s West End, namely Rupert Grint from the Harry Potter movies, and Paul Thornley, who plays the grown-up Ron in ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’. The show’s official Twitter page posted the cosy backstage shots, others featuring Grint meeting with the whole cast. Emma Watson also went to see the show in July, before posting pictures of herself with Noma Dumezweni, who plays the adult Hermione in the stage play.
Rupert Grint is taking the government to court over a disputed tax refund of £1 million. The ‘Harry Potter’ star appeared at the Royal Courts of Justice yesterday to claim that Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs owe him the huge rebate. The issue is to do with the timing of when he tried to change his tax accounting dates back in 2010, in an effort to limit the effect of an increase in the top rate of tax from 40 percent to 50 percent.
It’s the second-biggest film franchise of all-time and beloved by millions across the globe, but although it was nominated for 12 Academy Awards across eight movies, the Harry Potter series never won one.