AceShowbiz - Rupert Grint felt "overwhelmed" by his role in "Knock at the Cabin". The 32-year-old actor plays Redmond in the new horror - which sees a family of three held hostage by four strangers whilst on holiday in a remote cabin - and admitted that he "relished" in the "intensity" of the job even though he was unable to sneak away from the small set.
"It's definitely something you relish, it's quite overwhelming when you first touch the surface. It's quite intense and there's nowhere to hide. It was quite a small cabin and I was constantly in this mindset," he said.
"Usually you kind of sneak off and do your own thing but I couldn't do that on this and it was very intense. The characters have a very specific role and it's very bleak. It is very heavy stuff. In between takes, we had to keep it kind of light-hearted because it is very heavy stuff."
The "Harry Potter" star - who was born in Harlow in Essex - has had to feign an American accent for the part and went on to explain that he "couldn't keep it up" between takes and had the urge to put on a Southern drawl whilst on camera.
He told HeyUGuys, "Yeah, I can't keep it up. I had to come out of it. It is definitely a muscle you have to keep working. Weirdly, with Redwoods, I don't know what it was, but I had this urge to be Southern so that was always creeping in. So yeah it was something I always had to work on but it kind of further immerses you into the world!"
"Knock at the Cabin" is in cinemas now.