04:21 PM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 09/02/2009 06:00AM
Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint, arriving in "disguise" to the U.K.'s Reading Festival to check out the punk band Gallows. The Harry Potter stars sported matching helmets and goggles – think old-school biker style! – as they cheered from the side of the NME/Radio 1 stage. Earlier in the day, the costars met up with Frank Carter, the band's frontman, for a chat and some photos in an outdoor VIP area.
Originally posted 07/08/2009 03:40PM
Rupert Grint has recovered from the swine flu after spending a few days in bed – and overcoming some fears.
"It was quite scary when I first found out I had swine flu," the actor, 20, told reporters at a press conference for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince in London. "I thought, 'Am I going to die?" added Grint, who plays Ron Weasley in the film. "But it was just like any other flu, really."
The actor suffered from a sore throat after catching the virus while filming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, but no production days were lost, his rep said.
– Eunice Oh
Originally posted 07/04/2009 06:25PM
It seems that there's no magic spell against the swine flu.
Rupert Grint, 20, who plays Harry Potter's pal Ron Weasley, caught the notorious bug while filming the latest movie in the wizard series but is now well enough to attend Tuesday's London premiere of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
"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 rep says in a statement. "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."
Originally posted 06/02/2004 04:00PM
School's out for summer, but the kids of Hogwarts are just getting started. As Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban hits screens, the series' heroes, Daniel Radcliffe (Harry), Emma Watson (Hermione) and Rupert Grint (Ron), talked to reporters about their third time out on the big screen, how they're growing into their roles and what it's like to face rabid fans.
Originally posted 05/25/2004 03:15PM
Harry Potter may be a great wizard, but not even he can stop puberty.
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