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30 March 2010  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  

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Forget lovable Ron Weasley, Rupert Grint is back and he's bad - well bad-ish - in Cherrybomb, a rites-of-passage drama with class. And Class As.

It's set in Ulster and it ain't half bad. And there's more good news, Grint fans, because here's a new trailer for Cherrybomb showing the flame-haired colossus in action as Malachy, a model student with an appetite for fast living and an eye for new-girl-in-town Kimberley Nixon.

Click below to watch it.

 



The only problem is Luke (Robert Sheehan), Malachy's best mate from the other side of the tracks, has exactly the same idea. It's a poignant love triangle boasting the charismatic Sheehan and you can catch it when it's released on 23 April.

 


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foreign exchange...
is the name of an irish & australian co-produced tv programme for children that starred robert sheehan. it was really really bad. More

Posted by bigdave3000 at 22:29 on 01 April 2010 | Report This Post

Lol, Ron Weasley with a Northern Irish accent? Rupert can do it well though, I have to say. Thumbs up! More

Posted by FilmGirl27 at 16:05 on 31 March 2010 | Report This Post

I've been waiting for this movie since forever, I hope it comes to my neighborhood like fast. Love Rupert, what a hottie baddie! More

Posted by victoriana at 00:18 on 31 March 2010 | Report This Post

Good Northern Irish accents
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Good Northern Irish accents
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Good Northern Irish accents
None of the three leads are from NI. Robert Sheehan is Irish but not NI. Kudos for nailing the accent. More

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