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Rupert Grint To Star In Cherrybomb - 9/7/2008 1:07:06 AM   
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Norn Iron accent? - 9/7/2008 1:07:06 AM   
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That does not even read Irish Chris. Ha ha. Still glad to see Rupert has a career after Potter. Could be worse though, he could have got Equus and be flopping his palid ginger cock about on stage, not a nice thought.

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RE: Rupert Grint To Star In Cherrybomb - 9/7/2008 1:21:33 AM   
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I love the way that you can tell within two sentences that Chris has written the news story! Today's give away choice words:  "Daniel Radcliffe will be flopping his cock".

Brilliant!


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Love Rupert! - 9/7/2008 3:21:10 AM   
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I love Rupert so it's awesome to see him in a new movie! I adored Driving Lessons so I'm sure I'll love this. I liked reading this article. The cock thing. LOL.

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RE: Norn Iron accent? - 9/7/2008 10:01:38 AM   
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pallid ginger cock - that made my stomach drop about a foot, how awful... It's about time he got some work, but somehow I don't see him being very good in this. And come on, he's not much to look at, any self respecting girl wouldn't touch him.

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RE: Norn Iron accent? - 9/7/2008 10:46:22 AM   
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he can start brushing up on his accent here

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RE: Norn Iron accent? - 9/7/2008 10:50:13 AM   
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pallid ginger cock - that made my stomach drop about a foot, how awful...


It doesn't help that his bush must look like grated carrot.

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RE: Norn Iron accent? - 9/7/2008 12:20:42 PM   
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It could be a great oppertunity for Rupert to show he can act outside the world of harry  potter. He doe'nt do much in it anyway. It could help him not to get stereotyped. Also I can tell that you don't like the guy, but please stop calling him inaperpate names and going on about his private parts.   

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RE: Norn Iron accent? - 9/7/2008 12:39:18 PM   
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Please don't hurl insults about his hair colour. It's just rude and, quite frankly a pathetic and stupid means to making an argument.

Anyway I think this will be good for him. I've only heard him do a posh english accent but it was good. It sounds good though, like the kind of movie Ken Loach would make. It has that 'Sweet Sixteen' feel to the synopsis.

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RE: Norn Iron accent? - 9/7/2008 2:29:13 PM   
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I wonder if he'll really be doing an Irish accent for the movie?  I'll definitely be very impressed with this.

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RE: Norn Iron accent? - 9/7/2008 3:20:15 PM   
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I've always though Rupert Grint to be the best of three of them. His performances in the last three Potter films in particular have been very watchable (when he's been given something to do), and he seems the most naturalistic/charasmatic of the main leads (though they've all improved as the films have gone on).

As for the comments regarding his colouring - grow up, guys.


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susi - 9/7/2008 3:37:56 PM   
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rupert grint' act not good in driving lessons.i hope he will good next movie.
but "Daniel Radcliffe will be flopping his cock around on stage in the Broadway version of Equus." not nice.if you are cinema writer you must be only scene

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RE: susi - 9/7/2008 4:10:25 PM   
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No offense elamela but I can't understand a word you wrote.

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RE: susi - 9/7/2008 4:14:13 PM   
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Probably understand more than we would the original langauge

I think quite a few film fans might look at the theatre now Elamela because the perception is that so many film actors are treading the boards - not just original Shakespeare people. And quite a few directors have become  major filmmakers. So there is an interest.

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movie - 9/7/2008 6:02:50 PM   
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great news !! I love cherrybomb and rupert

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yoyolovesall - 9/7/2008 6:34:39 PM   
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TO be honest, at least for me, this is reallyinteresting I do think Rupert Grint is an amazing actor, and I'm happy he took this role, I can't ait for this movie the storyline seems full of action, love, betray and more. Please Empire keep us updated for this film and for Rupert Grint future projects!!!

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- 10/7/2008 4:34:41 AM   
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I second yolovesall, please Empire keep us posted on any news regarding this movie and/or Rupert Grint. He will do great in this project as he has in all his previous ones.

And at the risk of sounding childish or like a crazed little fan girl - ginger cock? OH MY, OH WOW! Yes please!

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- 2/10/2008 4:52:55 PM   
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I'm happy he's doing all these different movies. It shows how talented he actually is. Too bad Rupert's always overshadowed. He has talent, and it's only matter of time, when he'll get the attention from the media he deserves. Keep posting any news about this very interesting project Empire.

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