Rupert Grint went to the premiere of his former-costar’s new movie Rise of Planet of the Apes wearing a “I Love Tom Felton” T-Shirt and I wonder if the two Harry Potter stars have something to tell us? Nope it is just Ron Weasley showing Draco Malfoy that they can still be friends even though school’s out.
David Copperfield can make almost anything magically go away, but now there is something that seems that even the magician can’t make go away. He is claiming that there are a lot of similarities between him and Harry Potter, so much so he thinks it is based on his life. He took to FunnyOrDie to show how much the two are alike. After seeing him plead his casem do you think think he has one or it is all smoke and mirrors?
I just wish he would’ve taken the bunny out of the top hat earlier and not waited until the last movie in the franchise came out in the theaters.
Daniel Radcliffe came out for a Harry Potter photocall and his hair was so not photo ready. I can only assume that his hair looks like a mop top because now that the Harry Potter franchise is coming to an end he needs to somehow remain relevant so why not copy the hottest teen out there…Justin Bieber.
Well on a positive note while his hair is going to crap, his co-star Emma Watson is really working her new do!!!
Harry Potter’s Rupert Grint has the distinction of being the first celebrity to suffer from the swine flu according to Telegraph.
“It has just been confirmed that Rupert Grint has taken a few days out of filming due to a mild bout of swine flu,” his publicist said.
“He has now recovered and is looking forward to joining his fellow cast members at the junket and premieres this week and will then return to filming directly afterwards.”
The 20 year old actor is no longer contagious and has beat the swine flu, but I wonder how many reporters are going to refuse to interview him at the Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince junket and premiere because of it. I am not sure I would want to interview him knowing he just recently suffered from it, would you?
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," the last of seven installments of the boy wizard's adventures, will be published July 21, author J.K. Rowling said Thursday. Rowling announced the publication date on her Web site. Bloomsbury, her British publisher, said it would publish a children's hardback edition, an adult hardback, a special gift edition and an audio book on the same day. Scholastic Children's Books, the U.S. publisher, said it would offer a hardback edition at a suggested retail price of $34.99, a deluxe edition at $65.00 and a reinforced library edition at $39.99. Bloomsbury noted that this year is the 10th anniversary of the publication of the first "Harry Potter" book in the phenomenally successful series. The "Potter" books have sold 325 million copies worldwide and been translated into 64 languages, Bloomsbury said.
That poster is for Daniel "Harry Potter" Radcliffe’s new play. How amazing and creative is that poster? At first I thought the horse’s eyes were his nipples, but once I realized what they were I was blown away.