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Rupert Grint explains why he felt he had to speak out against Voldemort's transphobic comments.



- Rupert Grint spoke to Esquire about why he felt he needed to condemn Voldemort Rowling's transphobic views, while still respecting her. “I am hugely grateful [for] everything that she's done. I think that she's extremely talented, and I mean, clearly, her works are genius, but yeah, I think also you can have huge respect for someone and still disagree with things like that. Sometimes silence is even louder. I felt like I had to because I think it was important to. [...] I'm not an authority on the subject. Just out of kindness, and just respecting people. I think it's a valuable group that I think needs standing up for.”

- About him reprising his role as Ron for the HBO Max Hogwarts series: "I mean, never say never but it would only be if everyone else wants to do the same."

- He also talks about Servant, fatherhood and more at the SOURCE.

ONTD, Do you wanna see Ron all grown up in the HBO Max series?
Tags: harry potter, j.k. rowling, rupert grint, sexism
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