Bradford’s Hollywood: March 2 2013

By Trisha Hound In Bradford's Hollywood

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21st February, 2013
Harry Potter star Rupert Grint is heading to American television. He has the lead role in a CBS sitcom pilot called Super Clyde. Written by Greg Garcia, who created My Name Is Earl and Raising Hope, it’s about a unassuming comic-book fan who decides to become a superhero after getting a monthly inheritance of $100,000 from a long-dead uncle. Garcia will write and executive-produce the comedy and regular Earl and Hope director Mike Fresco will helm it. Grint will next be seen in CBGB, about the legendary New York nightclub, ...

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