I have no idea why I decided to do this (but that’s kinda the tagline for most of the things I do.) But here ya go. The people I follow and the primary reason I follow them. Thanks for being awesome and keeping me entertained. Y’all are stars!
Rupert’s very laid back… He’s actually quite shy. I know that’s hard to believe, but he’s less comfortable than Dan. Dan’s the entertainer, the performer. He’s very comfortable with an audience. He’s very good at interviews. He’s very articulate. He likes to get a laugh whereas Rupert’s a bit more shy, and it takes longer to get to know him. That doesn’t mean that Rupert is any less a nice guy. He’s the one to watch because he will lull you into a false sense of security, and then he’ll come out with an absolutely killer one-liner and have everyone roaring with laughter. He’s a very good comedian in that sense…
Lamprima aurata - Male by Denver Museum of Nature & Science Zoology Via Flickr: Lucanidae
Compilation of 24 images, combined in Zerene Stacker. Shot with Canon 5d ii, 100mm, f/5.6, 1/200.
Photograph by Christopher C. Grinter, 2014
who plays Draco Malfoy in Harry Potter, tweeted about my
music, so I got in touch and said thank you. We just got in touch and it
got to a point where we’d done a music video for “A Team,” we’d done a
music video for “You Need Me,” and it came to “Lego House” and they were
like, “We need a cool concept, we need something no one has ever done
before.” I was like,“I’ve always wanted to get Rupert Grint to play me
in a video, so shall we just get him?” They were like, “No it’ll be too
expensive and he won’t have the time.” So I reached out to Tom Felton
and asked if Rupert wanted to do it. He was, and he did it for free, and
found the date. It was wicked. ~ Ed Sheeran