Rupert Grint Filmography: Make it Great Campaign

“Why go all the way to Bondai when you can come here to Bridlington?” (Rupert Grint in the Make it Great Campaign)

Rupert Grint appeared in the Come to Britain spot as part of the Make it Great Campaign alongside Julie Walters, Stephen Fry and Michelle Dockery, to promote the London Olympic Games and the Diamond Jubilee in 2012.

The Story

Rupert Grint, Stephen Fry, Julie Walters and Michelle Dockery appear in the clip, which promotes holidays in Britain during the Diamond Jubilee and the Olympic Games in 2012.

Rupert’s character

Rupert Grint plays himself in the clip, promoting holidays in the UK.

Filming: February 2012

Behind the Scenes

  • Rupert’s scenes were filmed in Anglesea, Loch Awe and Bridlington.
  • Rupert mentions the Olympic Torch relay in the clip, and was a Torch Bearer himself on 25 July 2012.

Filming Locations

Rupert’s scenes:

  • Anglesea
  • Loch Awe
  • Bridlington


Rupert Grint (himself)
Julie Walters (herself)
Stephen Fry (himself)
Michelle Dockery (herself)

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Memorable Quotes

Rupert: Who’d bother crossing the channel when you can come here? Loch Awe. Hm. Reminds me of somewhere.

Rupert: Why go all the way to Bondai when you can come here to Bridlington? And you won’t get see to the Olympic torch relay in Corfu or Crete.