The actor said there is 'no truth' to rumours he will play the Queen singer
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Rupert Grint misses being on the set of 'Harry Potter' because it had become his second home.
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If you haven't read the books, the latest Potter plot will whizz over your head like a broomstick
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Most of us are fortunate enough not to have had our progression from gawky adolescence into sleek adulthood broadcast to millions of people around the world. Not so Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, the trio who landed the coveted main roles in the film versions of J.K Rowling's Harry Potter franchise way, way back in 2000.
As Harry Potter fans everywhere begin to mourn the end of the series of films, Rupert Grint steps away from the role that made him famous half his life ago, and takes on a new challenge as a teenager caught in a whirlwind of sex, drink, drugs and crime.
This film is a bit like a summer cold: you just have to sit there while it runs its course.