And now, to conclude last month's feature, here is our exclusive Q&A with Samantha, with questions you sent in for us to ask!
We've compiled another video round-up post with interviews from the Warner Bros. Studio Tour grand opening.
Digital Spy interviewed Rupert in the Gryffindor Common Room about "about saying goodbye to the series, his adoring fanbase and his skills with a didgeridoo."
Mid-afternoon on Saturday March 31 was a cloudy day outside Leavesden Studios, but it was filled with excitement as fans anticipated the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter opening to the public.
What was even more exciting was Rupert Grint and other stars arriving on the red carpet to introduce everyone to their previous place of work, and we were there to see it all!
Rupert arrived soon after is bromantic costar, Tom Felton. He was seen sporting his Into the White premiere coat and a grinning face excited to share the studio experience with everyone.
Rupert said, “It’s actually quite moving, it’s been a while since I’ve been back. Every brick of that building holds a memory of the ten years we spent there, and it’s a really special place to all of us, and to have the opportunity to share it with everyone is amazing.”
He also stated he wished he could see his rat Scabbers again, and when exclusively asked what set he would want to have in his own home, he said he had grown quite fond of the boys’ dormitory and his bed in it even though “it looks really small now.”
On a Tupert note, after a “I heart Ron Weasley” shirt display from Tom Felton, Rupert said he would have to think of something to keep the bromantic display embers glowing even after admitting a golf defeat to Felton that morning.
We've compiled a master list of several videos from the grand opening red carpet of WB Studio Tour - The Making of Harry Potter! Click on the links below, and enjoy.
There are also videos from press junkets that were held the day before the grand opening. Interviews with Rupert took place in the Gyrffindor common room and Weasley kitchen.
Are you ready for the influx of images from today's red carpet event for the grand opening of WB Studio Tour - The Making of Harry Potter?
Then, of course, we present you photos from the actual red carpet, which lasted for nearly 2 hours! Rupert was interviewed on the Livestream by presenter Alex Zane and had a lot of really great and funny things to say. Once video is available, we'll update this post. Click here for photos from the red carpet or the thumbnails.
The red carpet grand opening for Warner Bros. Studio Tour - The Making of Harry Potter is about to get underway! You can watch the arrivals live via Livestream, and we'll continue to update throughout the day with coverage!
We have a lot to share with you this afternoon as promotio continues for the Making of Harry Potter Studio Tour!
First up is a nearly-five minute video interview where Rupert talks about his experience growing up on set and what it's like to be back. Check it out below:
Absolute Radio also have another video interview with Rupert which you can watch here.
The Associated Press published a piece about the Studio Tour with quotes from Rupert and Tom Felton, discussing the (unique) fan gifts they receive and also Rupert's involvement in Ed Sheeran's music video for "Lego House."
"I get a lot of pyjamas, it seems to be a theme, I don't know why. A lot of oriental-style ones," said Grint.
When asked if hand-knitted pyjamas also featured the actor replied "yes", laughing as he relaxed on the set of Gryffindor Common Room.
Grint, who is often mistaken for Sheeran by fans, plays a stalker lookalike in the video. Both men have distinctive red hair and similar looks. Grint said: "He sometimes gets mistaken for me and I get mistaken for him as well. I think he's on Twitter with Tom [Felton], and said to him he wanted to get in contact with me and do a video. I thought it would be a fun thing to do".
And now we will leave you with links to the galleries that have been updated today! Even more HQ pics have been added, as well as images from today's interviews with the press.
Into the White