Rupert grint and emma watson dating 2016
On July 15, 2011, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part 2" hit theaters, closing the book on not only a 10-year, 8-film story, but also a major chapter in the lives of the film's stars, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint. Outside of a few little-seen indies and a couple of stage roles -- and a highly entertaining story about the purchase of an ice cream truck -- Grint has largely remained out of the public eye since his "Harry Potter" days came to an end. "That’s exactly what it was," Grint, who was promoting his new film "Moonwalkers," told MTV News over the phone when asked if the last four years have been a period of self-reflection. I always kind of felt like I was missing out on a little bit.
For Radcliffe and Watson, the years that immediately followed would be personally and professionally lucrative ones: from high profile Broadway roles and interesting horror fare (Radcliffe) to Brown University and critical studio hits (Watson), the duo remained permanently stuck in the spotlight. Grint was cast as Ron Weasley when he was only 11-years-old, and "as much as I loved it... Once I finished, I had this kind of epiphany where I just wanted to have a little bit of fun, and just live a little bit, and not worry about anything." However, even the least worrisome of "Hakuna Matata" phases typically come to an end, and it seems like 2016 might just be the year that Grint busts out of Hogwarts and lands in Hollywood. "I just thought it was so ridiculous," Grint explained with a laugh. I get to wear a space suit on the moon; my friend Robert Sheehan is in it.
Instead of the usual fleet of fast cars, he drives a dilapidated pickup truck, a working ice-cream van and a 60mph hovercraft.
Speaking about how his personal life has been affected by his fame, he admitted: "I know I could use my fame to meet women and I definitely notice a lot more attention when I go out because of it. I don’t want to meet a girl who’s specifically trying to take advantage of that.
His first film project following the end of the Harry Potter series was the 2012 anti-war film, Into the White, in which he has a supporting role.As we approach a vote on the UK's membership of the European Union, we look at what 50 writers, actors, historians, artists and comedians have said about Europe and its nations.Bonnie Wright, who starred alongside Grint as his on-screen sister Ginny, posted a photo of them together on Instagram, while Matthew Lewis [Neville Longbottom], Evanna Lynch [Luna Lovegood] and Katie Leung [Cho Chang] joined a panel to reminisce on their Hogwarts days.Grint was cast as Ron at the age of 11, having previously acted only in school plays and at his local theatre group.From 2001 to 2011, he starred in all eight Harry Potter films alongside Daniel Radcliffe playing as Harry Potter and Emma Watson playing as Hermione Granger.Beginning in 2002, Grint began to work outside of the Harry Potter franchise, playing a co-leading role in Thunderpants.He has had starring roles in Driving Lessons, a dramedy released in 2006, and Cherrybomb, a drama film of limited release in 2010.And I try not to Google myself because I’d find the results too uncomfortable.” The full interview appears in the July 2009 edition of FHM Magazine.The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.