Today (24th August) marks the birthday of our very own Ron Weasley, Rupert Grint, as well as Harry Potter audiobook reader, Stephen Fry! J.K. Rowling took to Twitter to wish them a happy birthday: Happy birthday to 3 wonderful people: @stephenfry, @HelenMilburn and Rupert Grint! ????? — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) 24 August 2016 Stephen Fry posted...read more!
Grint's new role is a long way from Diagon Alley.
Anybody familiar with Guy Ritchie’s 2000 cult film Snatch (which starred Jason Statham and Brad Pitt) will be pleased to hear that Sony’s streaming network Crackle is set to release a new 10-part series based on the movie. Not only that, but Rupert Grint will be an executive producer along with creator / writer Alex De Rakoff, and a starring actor in...read more!
Rupert Grint will star in and executive producer Crackle's TV series adaptation of Guy Ritchie's hit 2000 film Snatch.
Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe took several career detours to ensure people remember him for more than boy wizardry, and Rupert Grint just signed on for a TV role that sounds nothing like lil' Ron Weasley.
You may still think of Rupert Grint as Harry Potter's goofy and lovable sidekick, Ron Weasley, but the actor isn't always on the straight and narrow on screen: Grint is set to play a con man in the upcoming series adaptation of "Snatch," reports Deadline. Show More Summary
At its 2016 Upfront presentation, Sony Pictures’ Crackle announced Snatch, a ten-episode series based off the film of the same name. Now, that project has its leading man. Crackle has announced the principal cast of Snatch, and at the...Show More Summary
Back in April, it was announced Crackle was developing a 10-episode television adaptation of Guy Ritchie‘s Snatch. The actor to lead the crime series is Rupert Grint, who’s most famously known for having played in Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter franchise. Show More Summary
Everything old is new again, and the latest screen property to fulfill that adage is Guy Ritchie’s heist comedy Snatch from the year 2000. In the film, a collection of con men in and around London were all bound together by a massive stolen diamond, but of course in the ... More »
According to Deadline, Harry Potter actor Rupert Grint is set to star in the Crackle TV series Snatch, which is to be based on the 2000 film of the same name from director Guy Ritchie. Also joining Grint are Dougray Scott and Ed Westick. Show More Summary
Back in April, we brought you news that Crackle was continuing its ongoing efforts to be known as something other than the place where Jerry Seinfeld has coffee dates, as the Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee service announced a TV adaptation of Guy Ritchie’s frenetic crime comedy Snatch. Show More Summary
Ron Weasley will swap the wizarding world of Hogwarts for London's criminal underbelly in Crackle's adaptation of Guy Ritchie's cult crime classic.
Dougray Scott and Ed Westwick are also acting on the new show The post Snatch Series: Rupert Grint to Headline Crackle Show appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Guy Ritchie’s off the wall film Snatch – which starred Brad Pitt with an incomprehensible Pikey accent – is being adapted as a drama series by Crackle. Rupert Grint has signed on to play posh con man Charlie Cavensish in the series. Dougray Scott and Ed Westwick will also star. ‘Inspired by a real life … Continue reading Rupert Grint To Star In Crackle’s ‘Snatch’! ?
Harry Potter alum Rupert Grint is set to star in and executive produce Snatch, the new series for Sony’s streaming network Crackle, which is based on the cult 2000 Sony movie of the same name that starred Jason Statham and Brad Pitt. Also...Show More Summary
Rupert Grint, the English actor, rose to fame through his portrayal of Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter film franchise, with the trio of Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint immortalizing the on-screen characters of Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, and Ron Weasley in the film versions of the Harry Potter franchise. Show More Summary
Isn't meeting yourself supposed to be a Time-Turner paradox?! The young film version of Ron Weasley just met the adult stage play version of Ron Weasley after actor Rupert Grint attended a performance of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" in London. Show More Summary
There was twice the Ron in London last night when Rupert Grint attended a performance of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Rupert met the cast and posed for a photo with them to commemorate the occasion–and took a few snapshots with his “older self”, Paul Thornley, who plays post-epilogue Ron in Cursed Child. Check...read more!
In the final Harry Potter film (hi, spoiler), through the magic of prosthetics, Rupert Grint got to stare down his future self in the mirror. Years later and now pushing 30, he got to do it again in a possibly even creepier way: On Wednesday night, Grint stopped by the ... More »
Will the real Ron Weasley please stand up? Harry Potter actor Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) stopped by Palace Theatre in London on Wednesday to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. He also hung out with his grown-up Ron Weasley playShow More Summary