If Crackle's upcoming series Snatch is anything like the Guy Ritchie film it's based on, it's going to be plenty crazy. So does that crazy carry over to filming on set? TVGuide.com asked Snatch cast members Rupert Grint, Luke Pasqualino and Ed Westwick -- who were in Pasadena, Calif. Show More Summary
Rupert Grint and Richard Ayoade also have decent odds.
It feels like forever since we've seen a new music video from Ed Sheeran! Well on Monday, the British crooner finally delivered with the tribute to his teenage years, Castle on the Hill, from his new album, ÷ known as Divide! Video: Ed Is A TERRIBLE Date! The 25-year-old filmed in his hometown Framlingham, England AND even enlisted [...]
Today, rumours of a Cursed Child film trilogy starring Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson circulated the press (and then crushed by J.K. Rowling) after reports of conversations between Warner Bros. and the original cast.Show More Summary
Crackle series is only loosely based on 2000 British crime comedy film.
It seems film-to-television adaptations are all the rage these days. Following in the footsteps of Fargo, Westworld, and Friday Night Lights, cheeky British cult classic Snatch is the latest movie to be reimagined for the small screen. Originally a Guy Ritchie-directed release starring Brad Pitt and Benicio del Toro back in 2000, Snatch won plaudits for its […]
Though most of Hollywood is interested in remaking, rebooting or retooling the highest rated TV shows and highest grossing blockbusters franchises, some attention is being paid to giving the treatment to cult classic titles. Such is the case with a series adaptation of Guy Ritchie’s crime comedy Snatch. Show More Summary
We previously reported on Rupert Grint’s starring role in Sony’s TV adaptation of Guy Ritchie’s 2000 classic, Snatch, and we now bring you the very first trailer for the 10-part series! Grint’s character Charlie Cavendish has been described as a “dynamic, frustratingly chaotic, and utterly posh con man” who is set up to be carrying out a heist...read more!
Harry Potter alum Rupert Grint stars in and executive produces Snatch, the new series for Sony's streaming network Crackle, based on the cult Guy Ritched-directed 2000 Sony movie of the same name that starred Jason Statham and Brad Pitt. ...Show More Summary
Ron needs to sort out his priorities. In Crackle’s new trailer for “Snatch,” former “Harry Potter” star Rupert Grint dives into a different kind of role. The series, based on the Guy Ritchie movie of the same name and inspired by a real-life...Show More Summary
Get ready for a whole new Snatch. The Guy Ritchie movie is getting the TV treatment on Crackle with an impressive cast of British dudes. Harry Potter's Rupert Grint stars as Charlie...
Sky Arts is releasing a new television series comprised of eight, unrelated stories and Rupert Grint, who provided clever comic relief as Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter films, is starring in one of the episodes. The series will consist...Show More Summary
Almost an entire year ago, you might remember the silly news that Shakespeare in Love star Joseph Fiennes was set to play Michael Jackson in a story that follows an alleged road trip taken by the King of Pop and his famous friends Elizabeth...Show More Summary
It’s been a busy week for Harry Potter/Fantastic Beasts stars. Matt Lewis has been designing t-shirts, Emma Watson declined to be a corseted Disney princess, Eddie Redmayne received OBE, and Rupert Grint was photographed filming his new Crackle crime thriller series, Snatch. Matt Lewis designed his own Neville/Matt t-shirt, featuring his 11-year-old face to...read more!
Anna Stéphany - photo Marco Borggreve Handel Serse; Anna Stephany, Claire Booth, Rupert Enticknap, Keri Fuge, Rachael Lloyd, Edward Grint, Callum Thorpe, Christian Curnyn; the Early Opera Company at St John's Smith Square Reviewed by...Show More Summary
Harry Potter's Rupert Grint headlines the series based on the Guy Ritchie film The post First Snatch TV Series Set Photos are Here! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Phoebe Dynevor (Dickensian) has been cast as a series regular on Snatch, the drama series for Sony's streaming network Crackle that’s based on the 2000 Jason Statham-Brad Pitt movie. Rupert Grint and Luke Pasqualino star in the series, which will carry the spirit of the setting in the film, while creating a new world with new characters. Show More Summary
Metro has shared a set of images from the set of Snatch, an upcoming TV adaptation/spin-off of Guy Ritchie’s movie of the same name. According to Digital Spy’s report from earlier this year, Crackle announced the production of 10-episode series based on Ritchie’s movie at the Upfronts in New York in April of 2016. Digital Spy‘s report states: “The new show...read more!
No one minds waiting on Eddie Redmayne—he’s an Oscar award winning actor (The Theory of Everything), and a genuinely nice guy. Like Rupert Grint, when Eddie walks into the room he wants to make sure you’re comfortable and happy. He is the best kind of people pleaser—humble, kind and shy. It’s easy to blur the...read more!
Rupert Grint is set to produce and star in a new 10 – part series based on Guy Ritchie’s film Snatch, and Grint’s #1 dedicated fan site Ice Cream Man have just released photos of him on set in Manchester! Said to carry ‘the spirit’ of the original cult film, whilst creating ‘a new world’, Grint will play...read more!