Feltbeats are reporting that two of Tom Felton's films (and one of Bonnie Wright's) have joined the Toronto Film Festival line-up for next month. Both Belle and Therese will premiere at the festival that runs between the 5th and 15th September, but as with Dan's films there is no set date yet.
However, Feltbeats have at least given us a date of announcement stating that all dates will be announced on the 20th August, tomorrow! So stay tuned. Furthermore, Bonnie Wright's The Sea will also premiere at the festival.
In other Therese news, the first clip has been posted and can be viewed below:
JUST LOOK AT THOSE SIDEBURNS! Lol
The final Tom post of the day refers to his urging to fans to "#helpifyoucan" and support Fiona, a blind dog. You can find out more here.
In Rupert Grint news;
The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman will premiere at the Deauville American Film Festival which occurs between August 30th and September 8th. Rupert is listed in the principle cast of the film and the synopsis etc can be read here, albeit in French.
Completely disoriented after the death of his mother, Charlie decides to follow his instincts and go to Bucharest. In this over town, he falls in love with Gabi very enigmatic. The young woman is unfortunately spied by her ex, Nigel, a dangerous criminal who is not ready to let her go with another. But Charlie, he is more determined than ever to win her heart left to sacrifice for love.
In recent days the Rupert buzz has been around CBGB which premieres in NY very soon. ET Canada have sat down with Rupert and Rupert Grint. Net had the video first, but we have found a better quality version:
The video also reshows the trailer which also includes Potter alumnus Alan Rickman.
In other CBGB news, Rupert Grint US have said that Rupert's reps confirmed "that he's NOT scheduled to attend the #CBGB premiere in October due to rehearsals for #MOJO".
Furthermore they have updated their CBGB trailer screen-cap collection to include High definition picturs which can be viewed in their gallery.