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In 2013, Grint's new film CBGB was released and he was cast in CBS's new show Super Clyde.

Grint made his stage debut in Jez Butterworth's Mojo in October 2013 at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London. While in school, Grint took an avid interest in theatre.

The film sees all three of its lead characters hover on the brink of adolescence, "and while they look braver and more capable than before, the dangers they face seem far more grave and their own vulnerability more intense." In 2005, Grint reprised his role again for the fourth film in the series – Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

The adaptation, unlike previous films, explored romantic elements and included more humour.

This film picked-up from where the previous film left-off and included a lot of action, whereas the first part had focused more on character development. She announced that there are seven Harry Potter film series cast members, to whom she refers as "The Big Seven," and she named Grint as one of the seven members, alongside Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Tom Felton, Matthew Lewis, Evanna Lynch and Bonnie Wright.

The actor found it fun to personify a more emotional Ron.

In this film, Grint portrayed the co-lead role of Alan, an anosmic boy who is Patrick's only friend.

It was generally ignored by critics and audiences alike.

Starting in 2000, casting began for the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, the best-selling novel written by author J. Grint chose to audition for the role of protagonist Ron Weasley, one of Harry Potter's best friends at Hogwarts, and was a fan of the book series.

Having seen a Newsround report about the open casting, he sent in a video of himself rapping about how he wished to receive the role.