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Rupert Grint considered to not play a role in the Harry Potter movies because he’s in between, nothing else could do.
The young star tells The Guardian that he, during a pause between two movies seriously considered his contract to break and stop with his role as Ronald Weasley.
“There were absolutely times that I thought to leave,” he tells the British newspaper. “The filming of Harry Potter was a huge sacrifice, working from such a young age for such long periods of time and I’m sure that I during long breaks and thought to quit because it is so demanding.”
Rupert, however, stayed and played Weasley in all the harry Potter movies. The fact that he is never the success of his role can match in other films he takes for granted.
“I peaked pretty early, but I’m good at it,” he adds. “It would be ridiculous to think that you succesniveau can replicate. It will always be a challenge, but I enjoy. It’s best to be nice to people by surprise.”
Gravel is preparing now for a supporting role in the psychological thriller series from The Sixth Sense director M. Night Shyamalan, according to Deadline.
Plotdetails are still vague, but sources tell that the project will revolve around the parents, Dorothy and Sean Turner, a young nanny to hire to help them with their newborn baby. Grint plays Julian Pearce, the younger brother of Dorothy.