LA Times Talks to Rupert GrintGrint
An brief new interview with actor Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) is featured tonight on the LA Times Hero Complex blog where he does reflect on his co-stars actor Dan Radcliffe and Emma Watson and life post-Potter. Rupert says “I was thinking about what it’s going to be like when we’re done, after
the last movie,” Grint said. “It is going to be really weird, actually.
At the moment it seems quite far away. I don’t know what I’m going to
do, really. I’m going to miss it, I think, because it’s been my whole
life for a long time. I really enjoy it as well, every year we’ve come
back and done it. All of this, this is what I know..."
There is mention of his upcoming role in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, making mention of Ron's more visible role, especially with Quidditch ("On command, Grint stared into a wind machine, pumped his fist and bellowed in triumph. But between takes he looked pained.“It leaves you sore in the, uh, bicycle-seat area,” he said after climbing down. “It’s not as fun as I thought it would be.”)
Finally, the article also contains Rupert Grints thoughts on his two co-stars, and echos comments made many times previously on the high regard and careers he feels lie ahead for the pair. “Dan is the one who is very driven; he’s ambitious and he’s knows there’s quite a few things down the road. I am a little bit more laid back. And Emma, I mean, she’s really cool. We all get on really well; she’s just a really good mate. A great person.”