On slow news days such as this, it's always nice to be able to have a look back into the archives and see what surprises we can give our readers.
Whilst the next week will hold further exciting updates to RG.net, we are very, very pleased to let our readers know that we are once again a part of the Google News program. An absolute abundance of Rupert news will soon be spreading across the internet; those lucky Google News readers.
Even before it's release, Cherrybomb is garnering award nominations!
The film's soundtrack is up for "Original Score" at the 2009 Irish Film and Television Awards. Cherrybomb's soundtrack was composed by Stephen Hilton with tracks scored by David Holmes, who is also nominated a second time in the same category for another film, Hunger.
The awards take place on Sunday 17th February at Dublinâ€™s Gaiety Theatre. If you live in Ireland, you can watch the awards live n RTÃ‰ One at 9.30pm.
A behind-the-scenes image first published in Empire magazine this month is now available in high resolution! It shows the trio conversing with Jim Broadbent while on a Hogsmeade trip, and director David Yates looking on.
Thanks muchly to Warner Brothers for sending this over. We'll also have some more updates soon!
Yes, you read right. RupertCast is back!
Join us for Episode 16 as Stephanie, Courtney and I discuss the following:
- The Year of Rupert: Which films and when?
- Which film are we (and you!) most looking forward to in 2009 and why?
- The Mini: Why does it appear in so many Rupert films? And doesn't he own one?!
- Cherrybomb and the Berlin Film Festival
- RG.net at the Berlin Film Festival
- What 2009 holds in store for RG.net
In a recent interview at the premiere of Yes Man, David Heyman, producer of the Harry Potter films, revealed a few interesting pieces of information regarding the filming of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I and II. At the end of the article (full contents can be found
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