Watch “Harry Potter” Star Rupert Grint Make His Music Video Debut
Posted by Videoson 11/02/2011 at 3:36 PM
Rupert Grint has another career to fall back on now that those scary post-Harry Potter days have finally arrived. Those missing the unmistakable hair and mesmerizing wisdom from Ron Weasley will find joy in seeing the ginger take center stage in his pal Ed Sheeran’s video for “Lego House,” assuming the life of a performer on the road meets obsessive fan, who sports a few days’ growth of beard and spends his nights playing with lego blocks. It’s all very sweet, as he stares out into the distance and writes romantic lyrics by the sea, while wearing the same orange hoodie—clearly too torn up to change his clothes—but that doesn’t mean things don’t take a strange, Lars And The Real Girl twist, before revealing that this life on the road might all be in his head. It’s not as strange as Foster the People‘s newest video, but they both share a love of lamps. It might not be rap music like his costar Tom Felton, nor is he actually singing at all, but we’re not complaining—it’s four minutes of Ron! Watch below.
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