Rupert Grint Crash Lands in WWII Survival Film 'Into the White' Trailer
With the long-running Harry Potter franchise in their collective rearview mirror, the stars of that series are finally able to move on to other projects. Former Ron Weasley Rupert Grint has moved on quicker than most, popping up in a role opposite Shia LaBeouf in The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman. Now we have the trailer for his newest movie Into the White, a true story about members of the British and German forces in WWII who are both shot down and must band together to survive. It looks like there could be some great tense moments ala Inglourious Basterds here, but we'll have to wait and see. Watch below!
Here's the newest trailer for Petter Næss' Into the White, originally from MTV:
Into the White is directed by Norwegian filmmaker Petter Næss (Absolute Hangover, Gone with the Woman, Shameless), and stars David Kross, Stig Henrik Hoff, Florian Lukas, Rupert Grint, and Lachlan Nieboer as a group of British and German soldiers shot down in Norway who initially shoot at each other, but then are forced to band together to survive a harsh winter, ultimately forming a lifelong friendship. The screenplay was written by Næss, Ole Meldgaard, and Dave Mango, and Magnolia Pictures is releasing the film on VOD beginning March 7th and in theaters on April 12th, 2013. Cool?
Looks a jolly old good bunch of fun.
Carpola on Jan 30, 2013
Glad to see the trio is branching out. The three of them seem to be taking on all kinds of different roles. This looks pretty good.
Xerxexx on Jan 30, 2013
It is not very good. Forgettable movie, with bad acting from Rupert Grint.
Simen Moflag Talleraas on Jan 30, 2013
sorry, mate. dont know what you watched, but i thougt it was pretty good.
ogre on Jan 30, 2013
I watched this during its cinematic run, and I was really disappointed. Though Norwegian movies are usually bad, this had nothing in particular that set it apart from the rest.
Simen Moflag Talleraas on Feb 1, 2013
Sad to hear. Looks beautifully shot though.
Jaret Curial on Jan 30, 2013
Are Americans allowed to comment in here?
Jace LeRoy on Jan 30, 2013
Yes I think they are.
Carpola on Jan 31, 2013
I thought it was good as well. It's not your typical action war film. It's about the relationships between the men. Rupert has a Liverpool accent which he pulls off well. I enjoyed the film and all the men's performances.
WWIIbuff on Jan 30, 2013
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