It is especially on the small screen that Rupert Grint was able to break again. It is notably part of the cast of the show, Snatch, adapted from the eponymous film by Guy Ritchie with Brad Pitt, Jason Statham, or even Benicio del Toro. In this new version released on the platform Crackle Sony Pictures Entertainment, he appears alongside Ed Westwick (Chuck in Gossip Girl), Phoebe Dynevor (Younger) or Luke Pasqualino (The Musketeers).
The famous red also shows his comic talent in the serial Sick Note on Netflix, with, among others, Lindsay Lohan in a partner game. It also embodies the inspector Crome in the face of John Malkovich who plays Hercule Poirot in the miniseries ABC contre Poirot on Canal+.
Rupert Grint in CBGB
Rupert Grint in into the White
Rupert Grint in Snatch
Rupert Grint in Serving
Rupert Grint is also back in a new series called Serving, which is available from this Thursday 28 November 2019 on Apple TV+. A show co-directed by the great M. Night Shyamalan who created the trilogy, Unbreakable, Split and Glass but also the Sixth Sense and The village. There is a shot with Lauren Ambrose (who was in X-Files 2018), Toby Kebbell (who will be at the poster of Bloodshot with Vin Diesel in march 2020) and Nell Tiger Free (aka Myrcella Baratheon in Game of Thrones).
Rupert Grint could become Ron Weasley
The one who is ready to play Ron in the theatre play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has confessed that he would not be against resuming its role that was made known in a possible sequel to the film. “We finished at the right time and turned the page, but you should never say never,” he confided to USA Today, “I have strong feelings for the character of Ron, and I could easily become that again”.
The star explained that it had reviewed for the first the first part of the films on the famous warlock a few months ago. “It was therapeutic to go back and review it,” said Rupert Grint, “I am so detached from this child now that is a strange perspective. But it was a big part of our lives and I am proud to be part of it”. “I’m not ready yet to revisit the other films,” he said, “but look at the first was nice”.
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