Maybe I failed to notice because the films paint her as a saint, but Hermione Granger is actually incredibly irritating quite often. She never lets anything drop and she often insults Ron for no reason, or because he’s not clever enough to please her. And as soon as she says ‘Voldemort’ for the…
Casting ad that mentions a more specific filmdate.
Shooting in Brussels between 12th of may and the end of june.
This article confirms Rupert as Jonny (one of the two main characters)
July 1969. Tom Kidman (Ron Perlman aka Hellboy, pictured above), a special agent of the CIA, was sent to London to find Stanley Kubrick and convince him to turn a fake moon landing in case the Apollo mission would fail. It is not Kubrick, but in its place, Jonny (Rupert Grint, aka Ron in Harry Potter, pictured below), manager of a seedy rock band. Jonny is the bad dream Kidman. Kidman is the nightmare of Jonny. They have no choice but to work together to accomplish their mission, their lives and develop the biggest scam of all time.
Casting7 team is pleased to share with you a new project.
The search of 600 figurations entrusted to us in the context of the production of the historical comedy Antoine Bardou-moonwalk Jacquet based on a screenplay by Dean Craig. The film is one of his actors Ron Perlman (Hellboy, Sons of Anarchy, Blade II, Pacific Rim), Rupert Grint (Harry Potter, CBG, Cherrybomb) and Robert Sheehan (Misfits, Love / Hate, Cherrybomb).
The filming will take place around Brussels from mid-May to late June 2014.
What was it about Rupert Grint that drew you to cast him as Rosse?
Rosse is the youngest of the Thane’s and not to give away what we’ve done with the character in the script but we have created a story for Rosse inside the script by adding elements from other characters. He’s become a very, very important character in the film. In a way he is the story of how the political parties move inside Scotland and whether you back Macbeth or you don’t back Macbeth, you go with Mcduff back to England. So he’s a character that oscillates thoughout the film and in a way I wanted to use a young actor and I’ve been a big fan of Rupert’s - not only from the HP films in which he’s obviously great in- but some of the other films he’s done as well, I’ve really seen that there’s a great actor there. He came out and did a day for us and he just knocked it out of the park. Because I gave him “you going to wear a suit of armour, you’re gonna get on a horse, you’re gonna act with Jason Fleming and you’re going to have to use a scottish accent” and also we want to take an element of what we call the england scene which is a huge scene, vastly emotional scene and I want to take a small snippet out of that scene and I want you to do it on this horse, moving through the forest and he nailed it. Nailed it both times, both takes and it was great. I think he’s going to be fantastic in this film. A real breakout for him. - Vincent Regan (director Enemy of Man)
Rupert Grint and Jason Flemyng on the set of “Enemy of Man” (X)
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How the show should have ended.
Hitler lears of the ending of HIMYM
In exactly 45 days from now you and I are going to meet and we’re going to fall in love and we’re going to get married and we’re going to have 2 kids and we’re going to love them and each other so much. All that is 45 days away, but I’m here now I guess because… I want those extra 45 days with you. I want each one of them.