Rupert Murdoch has opened up for the first time about his divorce from Wendi Deng, and the moment he learned she had spent secret weekends with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair at his family's California ranch.The Australian media mogul also revealed he was 'shocked' when he first read his ex-wife's diary entries in which she described having 'warm feelings' comparable to a 'crush' on Blair, who allegedly stayed at the ranch with Deng in October 2012 and April 2013 while the 83-year-old was overseas.
The only difference is that there's a man wrapped in clingfilm from head-to-toe on the sauna floor and someone behind him is being beaten up.
Elsewhere there are men in pig's masks, stacked up bars of gold and shoot-ups in nightclubs.
He's best known for conjuring spells in the classroom and fighting the forces of evil with best friend Harry Potter.
But Rupert Grint - who played Ronald Weasley in J K Rowling's wizarding novels-turned-movies - has proven that he's all grown up now.
Also starring in the series are stunning actresses Stephanie Leonidas (American Gothic) and Phoebe Dynevor (Waterloo Road) who strut their stuff through the trailer, with Dynevor at one point wearing a very revealing 1920s style dress.