Five Favorite Films with Rupert Grint
The star of Harry Potter and this week's Wild Target reveals the movies that work their magic on him.
He's instantly recognizable to millions of fans as the redoubtable Ron Weasley, loyal sidekick to Harry Potter and romantic interest to Hermione Granger in the films of J.K. Rowling's series; a phenomenon that will soon reach fever pitch with the November release of the penultimate Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I. But 22-year-old Rupert Grint has also been putting together a resume of smaller, character-driven films on the side, the latest of which, Wild Target, opens in US theaters this week. In this very British crime caper, Grint plays a kid who stumbles upon a deadly scenario and inadvertently becomes an apprentice hitman to Bill Nighy, all while getting to snuggle up to Emily Blunt and trade quips with the likes of Martin Freeman and Rupert Everett. RT was lucky enough to catch Rupert recently and pose that eternal question: "Will there ever be a rainbow?" We then asked him his Five Favorite Films.
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971, 90% Tomatometer)
Eraserhead (1977, 90% Tomatometer)
Dead Man's Shoes (2004, 58% Tomatometer)
Arthur (1981, 89% Tomatometer)
Wild Target is in theaters October 29.