Rupert Grint on 'Twilight's' Robert Pattinson and life after 'Harry Potter'

rupert-grint-getty.jpgFor Rupert Grint, filming of the final "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" movie wraps in June. Grint, along with co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson, will put to bed the project that he has worked on for half of his 21 years. "It'll be strange saying goodbye," Grint tells The Independent.

"I've loved every minute of Harry Potter. Yes, it'll be quite sad to see it go. But I'm also looking forward to being a bit more free and seeing what else comes along." Grint has already taken advantage of what little time he has off between "Potter" movies to shoot "Cherrybomb," which ventures away from the world of wizards and into the world of teen drinking, drugs, and sex.