Rupert Grint might be a young movie star now, but what does his future hold?
The "Harry Potter" actor admits he had a glimpse into adulthood for the final scenes of "Deathly Hallows Part 2," and wasn't sure about the man looking back at him — because it was Donald Trump.
In Parade, Grint explains, "I don't age gracefully in the last film when all of us get older. My hair is still red, but I have a lot less of it. It was quite a shock when I saw myself in the mirror. I felt like I was looking at Donald Trump because they gave me that comb over that he has.”
Aside from possibly morphing into a real estate tycoon, Grint is embracing his new post-Potter life, which is filled with some exciting new projects and some well-deserved downtime.
Before he returns to the big screen for the franchise finales in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," Grint appears in "Wild Target," out Oct. 29.
In this black comedy, Grint gets conned into assisting a hit man (played by Bill Nighy). Grint says this experience was "quite different" than Potter because "there's a lot of car chases and shooting people and stuff."
With that all that experience, we doubt we'll be seeing Rupert on "Celebrity Apprentice" anytime soon.