Rupert Grint played Ronald Weasley, Harry Potter's best friend, for 10 years. His career took off due to this role and although he has participated in different feature films, he will always be known as the red-haired boy with a big family and in love with Hermione.
In an interview for Radio Times, the actor talked about how he feels, what he thinks about this saga of magicians and witches written by J.K. Rowling, about the attention she receives in the streets and revealed some details that sincerely nobody expected.
Grint no longer enjoys Harry Potter
Going out in the movies ruins them. I can not enjoy Harry Potter, not as a fan, nothing is the same!
He likes the attention of fans but in the end it is difficult
It is definitely manageable. I ended up having to take selfies (with fans), but I never cared if it made people happy. However, I hate when people take pictures of me without asking.
Being recognized used to like it
It was very exciting when I was 11 or 12, but it became very hard in my adolescence. Sometimes you just want to be invisible.
Now he spends the day watching television
He is currently working on a program called Sick Note, but the rest of the day is spent watching programs such as: The Great Pottery Throw Down, The Great British Bake Off Y RuPauls Drag Race.