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Rupert Grint says Robbie Coltrane was ‘still looking out for us decades later’ as he pays tribute to late Harry Potter co-star
Rupert Grint has joined the chorus of Harry Potter actors paying tribute to the late Robbie Coltrane, emphasising how ‘warm, compassionate and hilarious’ his former co-star was.He also shared how Coltrane was ‘still looking out for us even decades later’, having first started playing the role of Rubeus Hagrid when Grint, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson were children.On Friday October 14, it was announced that Coltrane – best-known for starring in productions including Cracker, Harry Potter and the James Bond film franchise – had died at the age of 72.Tributes poured in for the celebrated Scottish actor, including from Harry Potter author JK Rowling, Radcliffe – who played the wizard on screen – and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.In a heartfelt post shared on Instagram, Grint – who starred as Ron Weasley opposite Radcliffe’s Harry and Watson’s Hermione Granger – wrote of his ‘heartbreak’ over Coltrane’s death.Sharing a picture of the late actor in character as Hagrid sitting outside the Hogwarts gamekeeper’s hut on the school grounds, the 34-year-old wrote: ‘Heartbroken to hear that Robbie is gone.‘I’ll never forget the smell of cigars and beard glue- a wonderful combination.No one else on this planet could of played Hagrid, only Robbie.’He continued: ‘Just as Hagrid was in the books and films Robbie was in life- warm, compassionate and hilarious.‘A giant hearted man who was still looking out for us even decades later. Sending love to his family.
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Graham Norton fumes he's not a 'f**king moral arbiter' after JK Rowling interview backlash
Harry Potter author's new novel which involves the topic and theme of cancel culture, among other things. The pair spoke on his show last month, and the decision was met with some scorn by fans and critics of the author. It comes after she came under fire, initially in June 2020, for controversial tweets she had posted about the transgender community. Her stance has caused fans and Harry Potter film stars, such as Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint to speak out against her. In a new conversation with The Times, Graham has defended his decision to interview the polarising writer amid the contention.He said it would feel "wrong" to not interview someone purely because he disagrees with their views.Graham reiterated that it seems "just as bad" to not speak to someone because of their views as the fact that it will "annoy some people."The TV host said: "Am I suddenly the f**king moral arbiter of the world who says who can be on TV or can’t? No.“People will be on my show and I’ll laugh with them and that will annoy some people, but not having them on seems just as bad.”He did say however, that it would have been easier to simply "not have her on", but explained it didn't "seem right". Graham added: “[I] wouldn’t have her on to air her views, [but] she has the right to still wang on about her crime novel."The easiest thing would be to not have her on, but that didn’t seem right.”After the interview was first announced, other guests Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow pulled out of their appearances on Graham's radio show.The pair explained they didn't "feel comfortable" being on the same billing as JK Rowling, according to Huff Post. JK also addressed speculation that the reason she didn't attend the recent Harry Potter
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Inside Rupert Grint's ice cream truck he bought with massive Harry Potter fortune
Harry Potter, now experiments as an actor, taking on smaller, more intimate roles in films such as Swiss Army Man, Escape From Pretoria and the upcoming Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.Hermione’s Emma Watson is similar, fronting projects from 2019’s Little Women to appearing in This Is The End as herself.Rupert Grint, who played Ron Weasley, has also been starring in new roles, such as M Night Shyamalan’s Apple TV series Servant.He also took on a side project that no one saw coming: buying an ice cream van with his staggering Wizarding World fortune.It’s not too surprising when you consider his first dream was to be an ice cream driver long before he ever stepped into Hogwarts.In celebration of the franchise coming to an end, he fulfilled his dream, rocking up on the last day filming with his long sought-after vehicle.The final film in the franchise, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II premiered in cinemas an unbelievable 11 years ago in 2011.For the final day of shooting, Rupert rocked up on set in his very own ice cream van, handing out lollies and 99s to the cast and crew.He spoke about his ice cream van in an interview with the Daily Mail in 2014, admitting that had an awkward encounter the first time he took the vehicle for a spin.Rupert said: "My first ambition was to become an ice-cream man, which is why I bought the Bedford van."Not long after I first got it, I pulled into a pub to do a U-turn and there were eight kids with their pocket money out, hoping to buy a 99 or whatever."But I had nothing to give them. I've learnt my lesson since then.”He made sure to keep it stocked ever since, though he isn’t actually allowed to sell anything from the van.He continued: “I keep my van well stocked.
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Harry Potter star Rupert Grint's life - famous partner, property fortune and £6m home
Harry Potter star Rupert Grint has turned 34 and to celebrate his big day, we're taking a look inside his very private personal life.The actor is best known for playing Ron Weasley in the worldwide phenomenon film franchise Harry Potter.Part of the golden trio, he starred alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson who played Harry Potter and Emma Watson in the magical movies.READ MORE: Harry Potter star baffled after filming with Daniel Radcliffe cardboard cut outRupert shot to fame in 2001 after the first of the first of eight films Harry Potter and the Philosopher Stone was released.But what do we know about his personal life now he's all grown up? Let's take a look...Rupert has been dating Angus Thongs and Perfect Snogging star Georgia Groome since 2011.However, the couple have been so private that it was only in late 2018 that people learned that the pair were dating.It was only revealed to the wider world when a fan's post went viral on Twitter.The tweet read: "I was today years old when I found out Georgia from Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging has been going out with Ron Weasley since 2011?"The post was shared alongside an image of the couple where Georgia is holding her arm around Rupert.In April 2021, many fans speculated that they had gotten hitched after they were snapped wearing rings on their wedding fingers.Though according to Rupert's spokesperson, the pair are yet to be married.In 2020, Rupert and Georgia both became parents and welcomed their baby daughter Wednesday into the world.He recently shared an insight into his dad journey with ET where he explained how fatherhood had changed his perspective’.Rupert continued: “I’m absolutely loving being a dad.