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‘Harry Potter’ Star Rupert Grint Had A “bad Reputation” On Sets, Was Called “Go Grint Go”

Ron Weasley burst into laughter on Albus Dumbledore's funeral, found the sequence hillarious!

The famous Harry Potter film series’ first part, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone completed 19 years of its release this month. Celebrating the occasion, the cast of the movie organized a virtual reunion. Tom Felton, who played Draco Malfoy hosted the event. During the conversation, Rupert Grint, who played Ron Weasley aka Harry Potters’s “first” best friend, recalled his activities on the sets while shooting.

He went on to tell how he had the tendency to burst into laughter while shooting the most serious or awkward scenes because of which the team had to go through multiple takes to get the right shot.

Rupert Grint shared his stories from the shooting of Harry Potter movies and said he would always burst into laughter at the most inappropriate scenes and mentioned that Albus Dumbledore’s funeral was a particularly bad one. He mentioned that for some reason, he found the sequence very funny and couldn’t control his laughter.

Rupert also explained that it was very hard for him to stop laughing, once he started. Rupert asserted that he had a “particularly bad reputation,” on the sets as the others used to call him ‘Go Again Grint’ because he could never do anything without laughing for at least 20 times.

Rupert Grint’s role as Ron Weasley in Harry Potter gave him global recognition. He made his acting debut with the first Harry Potter film. He went to being an important part of the Wizarding World and the Harry Potter Trio. The actor was not seen much on screens as he took a break from acting in 2015.

The recently held reunion also had Daniel Radcliffe aka Harry Potter and other cast members including Evanna Lynch, Mark Williams, Jason Isaacs, Alfred Enoch, Bonnie Wright, James and Oliver Phelps. Emma Watson who played Hermione Granger couldn’t be a part of this virtual reunion.

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