"I had suicidal thoughts this year and that was the kick up the arse that I needed! If you suspect a friend or family member is suffering in silence #Reach Out to them.Let them know you care #worldmentalhealthday."Jamie Waylett (Vincent Crabbe): The actor was sentenced to two years in jail in 2012 for taking part in a riot in London.In fact, Grint said one of his Potter pals was in the audience at Thursday’s premiere. So yeah, we always kind of support each other, it’s great.” Earlier this week, Emma Watson revealed the cast has a group chat and Grint smiled when asked about it. Ed Westwick, Dougray Scott, Lucien Laviscount, and Luke Pasqualino also star in the series. You can follow Blanche Johnson on Twitter @blanche FOXLA.
“Rupert Grint met Paul Thornley after the #Cursed Child performance this evening at the Palace Theatre, London. Fellow Potter alumni Emma Watson also stopped by to meet the cast back in July, sharing a picture with Hermione star Noma Dumezweni.He added: “So not for the time being, but I've heard it's fantastic.” The newly-released script of the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has become the biggest-selling play script of all time after and the biggest-selling title of the year. It has been challenging for many of them to maintain a normal, or normal-lish life after growing up in the spotlight and helping to bring a .7 billion movie franchise to life. Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter): In a 2011 interview with "I became so reliant on [alcohol] to enjoy stuff," Radcliffe said, adding that he had also become "complacent" about his job.Some battled personal turmoil during and after filming. "There were a few years there when I was just so enamored with the idea of living some sort of famous person's lifestyle that really isn't suited to me.""I have a very addictive personality. People with problems like that are very adept at hiding it. I don't want to go into details, but I drank a lot and it was daily—I mean nightly," Radcliffe told British magazine "There was definitely a time when I was coming out of Potter into the real world, and suddenly I was in a world when I was not in that consistency anymore," Radcliffe told Maron.Rupert Grint, the lovable Ron Weasley from "Harry Potter," takes on a new role as executive producer and the posh character Charlie Cavendish in the new scripted Crackle series, "Snatch." ”It was really exciting," he told Fox News at the premiere in Los Angeles on Thursday. I mean I didn’t take a huge role in the producing, but it was kind of [a] more exploratory kind of thing.” He said producing the TV show based on the 2000 film by the same name showed him a “different perspective.” “And I learned a lot, and it’s definitely something I would like to do more of,” he revealed.
“But it was just great to be a part of, I’m a huge fan of the original film.
"Then I was living alone, and I think I was really freaked out."''I drank a lot but that was more to do with actually going out in public and a battle in me going, 'I can have a totally normal life, man, this is fine'" he said.
"That is the thing—most people probably can but I definitely can't. You get bored of waking up feeling like that.", revealed some personal turmoil of his own last year in honor of Mental Health Day."I've been battling depression in silence for ten years & only recently spoke about it and has made a huge difference #worldmentalhealthday," he tweeted.
Isn't meeting yourself supposed to be a Time-Turner paradox?!
The young film version of Ron Weasley just met the adult stage play version of Ron Weasley after actor Rupert Grint attended a performance of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" in London.
Bellatrix Lestrange herself, Helena Bonham Carter was at the same showing.