Bill Nighy is to appear on Broadway from March 13, alongside Carey Mulligan in “Skylight”.
“It’s Only a Play”, featuring our very own Rupert Grint, officially opened on Broadway on October 9. Now, it has been revealed that the play has already broken box office records.
Daniel Radcliffe is in the UK this week promoting his upcoming film “Horns”. “Horns” is due to be released next week (October 29 in the UK and October 31 in the US), so Daniel is busy talking to the media about the film.
Rupert Grint’s (Ron Weasley) first Broadway run in “It’s Only a Play” officially opened to the public this week. After the show, Rupert reflected on the first performance in a new interview with the “London Evening Standard”.
Rupert Grint has been very busy as of late, what with his debut on Broadway and all, and recently, “Access Hollywood” caught up with him for a quick chat to discuss what it’s been like working on “It’s Only a Play”.
Rupert Grint’s Broadway debut “It’s Only a Play” is well underway in previews and is set to open October 9. As the show’s big opening night nears, we’re hearing more and more from Rupert about his thoughts on the play. In a new interview with Broadway Direct, Rupert talks about what inspired him to tackle Broadway and how he likes performing as his character, Frank Finger.
Excited to see Rupert Grint during his Broadway debut stint in “It’s Only a Play”? Then have your say now! The Twitter page for the Broadway play tweeted earlier today how you can vote for Rupert in Broadway.com’s recent poll.