Also starring Ed Westwick, Snatch “revolves around a group of twenty-something hustlers who stumble upon a truckload of stolen gold bullion and are thrust into the high-stakes world of organized crime.”
Rupert Grint just lost $1.3 million, after a tax refund case didn’t rule in his favor, according to E! News.
The 27-year-old Harry Potter star will have to pay the heavy fee after a judge ruled that Rupert and his financial team changed some of his accounting dates to prevent his earnings from being taxed under a higher rate.
Rupert reportedly followed advice from tax advisers to change his accounting date so that 20 months of income would be taxed in 2009-2010, which would prevent 8 months worth of income from being taxed in the 2010-2011 year, during which the top rate of tax rose from 40% to 50%.
During the hearing, Rupert said that his knowledge of his financial affairs was “quite limited” and “he placed his faith in his father and accountants to deal with his financial affairs.”
It was recently reported that Rupert had taken the HM Revenue and Customs to court over a tax refund he never received.
The dispute over tax returns from 2008-2010 will be heard in the Tax Chamber at London’s Royal Courts of Justice and while no official amount for the possible tax refund has not been mentioned in court, his accountant Dan Clay mentioned outside the court that it could be around £1 million.
“Found this and thought I’d share it with you all,” Daniel wrote. “Two days before the start of HP1 our producer, David Heyman, took Matthew Lewis, Rupert Grint and me (in my super-cool lime green zip-top!) to WWF INSURRECTION in Sheffield (this was prior to it becoming WWE). Unfortunately I don’t have a photo of the whole group. Judging by the sign behind us I think William Regal was making his entrance! And judging by our faces we weren’t quite brave enough to boo him.”
He added, “It was very good night! Go watch the brilliant Mr. Lewis in season 2 of Happy Valley on Netflix! Happy Friday everyone! – Dan?”