A new clip has surfaced on the Norwegian website VG Nett, which shows a new clip from Rupert Grint's soon-to-be-released film Into the White. The film is scheduled to be released on March 9th, 2012.
In the clip, which you can watch right here, Robert Smith [Grint] and Wolfgang Strunk [played by actor Stig Henrik Hoff] get some makeshift skis and bond while skiing - or attempting to ski - down a hill.
According to the article and a little help from Google translator, Hoff talks about how well prepared and professional Rupert is:
"Great! So precise, so well prepared, a dream to work with. So he has probably had the best film school throughout his childhood, "Harry Potter school." Besides that, he didn't have a hint of star whims; a really good colleague, both working with and being with during free time in recording periods."
As for how well Rupert could ski:
"Well, he claimed he had an uncle who had seen skis once. And he tried out on modern equipment the day before. But then we just had to go on shooting; he had no idea! He fell and rolled around and stood like a chicken, we laughed until we cried. But Rupert gave everything he had and kept, quite impressively, his good mood. Even though he was ice cold in the end."
Thanks to our friends at RUPERT-GRINT.US for the tip!
Posted by Keith
01-27-2012 at 11:25 PM