Wednesday, January 28, 2009


DR.COM are reporting a new interview on youtube,so now it is on the flash.The interview's with REEL TALK.ENJOY!SCREENCAPS TO FOLLOW!

For those of you who have money,a fair bit of it, and would like to bag yourself the EQUUS BEAR-, the online auction has begun and will run to just after valentines(ah!) at: those of you who can attend in person, "New York on February 15th for the BC/EFA auctions of bears from the shows" ,of which tickets can be bought here:

I've just read at SNITCHSEEKER the good news that RUPERT'S film CHERRYBOMB IS SCREENING AT DUBLIN'S JAMESON FILM FESTIVAL,so i'll be able to go!!!With or without Rup attending that's bloody awesome! If you want to prebook tickets go to: The film is showing at Cineworld on the 20th February!"Duration: 76 minutes Directors: Glenn Leyburn, Lisa Barros d’Sa Country: Ireland / United Kingdom Principal Cast: Rupert Grint, Robert Sheehan, Kimberley Nixon, James Nesbitt Producer: Mark Huffam Screenplay: Darragh Carville Print source: Generator Entertainment CherrybombFilm - 20 Feb 2009 - 18:00 (76 mins) at Cineworld Cherrybomb is the joint debut of co-directors Glen Leyburn and Lisa Barros D’Sa from a screenplay by Daragh Carville. Set in Belfast, this is a fast-paced drama centering on two teenage friends whose furious rivalry for a gorgeous yet cunning girl has shocking consequences.Best friends Luke, and Malachy are finally ready to enjoy their summer after finishing their final school exams. Yet, when the stunning Michelle moves to town unexpectedly, these two best friends soon become worst enemies. With a resistance to boredom, Michelle seductively encourages a dirty competition between the two for her heart. Meanwhile, Michelle’s father’s penchant for local girls threatens to catch up with him as what was supposed to have been a relaxing vacation transforms into a wild ride of drinking, drugs, sex and a deadly end to the competition.Featuring Rupert Grint (Harry Potter) and James Nesbitt (Cold Feet), Cherrybomb boasts an impressive ensemble of young Irish and is a thrilling and highly impressive debut feature from two filmmakers to watch for the future.Colm McAuliffe, JDIFF• Cast will be in attendance at this screening €10.00 - choose tickets Friday 20 February, 2009 - 18:00 at Cineworld."


"What’s your opinion on Rupert’s acting in this film?Kat: Rupert played the part of Malachy well. He’s a very talented guy and really brought Malachy to life. I don’t want to give too much away though!Did he nail the accent according to you?Kat: The Northern Irish accent is a tricky one because it can be really difficult to replicate and I imagine this could have caused some alarm. I remember when I first met Rupert and Kimberley, I told them as long as you pretend you’re a pirate when pronouncing the letter “r” then there shouldn’t be a problem! I like to think they took my advice, I thought it was pretty good! Kat also mentioned her character's relationship to Rupert's:Quote:How is Sharon’s relationship with Malachy and how would she describe him?Kat: Sharon would see Malachy as just that guy who was always with Luke. I suppose Sharon would describe Malachy as reasonably good looking, popular and a pretty average guy. She would probably accuse him of lacking personality or substance; nothing more than a pretty face, but accepts him regardless. I reckon she would compliment him on his sense of style though! "

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