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Rupert Grint Talks Movies, Hobbies, and Pesky Cats

HollywoodNews.com: The stars of the Harry Potter films are continuing to make the interview rounds, and Rupert Grint is no exception. Grint has been doing promotions for Wild Target, in which he plays a hit man’s apprentice. The movie also stars fellow Harry Potter actor Bill Night (Rufus Scrimeour) and Emily Blunt.

Grint is featured in the July/August issue of Young Performer Magazine, and he talks about his character Tony, some fun scenes to shoot, and problems with a cat during filming – something he shares in common with his Harry Potter character.

Q: Did you get injured doing those pratfalls? A: No, but the cat in Wild Target ripped me apart! It was spiteful and we didn’t get on at all. It mellowed throughout the shoot, but I don’t want to meet it again.

Grint also talks of his hobbies, saying that he likes to golf, and drawing, watercoloring and painting are also ways he passes the time. He briefly mentions his next project Eddie the Eagle, in which he takes on the role of Britain’s most famous ski jumper on his journey to the Winter Olympics.

Scans of the interview can be viewed here, courtesy of Snitchseeker.

Wild Target is scheduled for limited release in the US on October 29, 2010.

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One Comment

  • August 16, 2010 | Permalink |

    I did enjoy the Harry potter series, but it will take a little getting use to seeing Rupert Grint in a different light let alone in a serious role. Hes young though and hes has a along way to develop in his career. I’m sure he will be successful and we haven’t seen the last either. Good for him.

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