The fan site TomFelton.org was adopted by me, Gabby on February 2nd, 2013. It was merged with my previous site dedicated to Tom, TFelton.net, and I'm keeping both domains for now. Our content is now completely up to date, including our Photo Gallery, which now contains over 20 thousand images. I am currently contacting each one of our previous affiliates to let them know of the change, so if you are affiliated with us and haven't received anything, I apologize. There are a few things that I still need to work on, and I'll do so in the next couple of months. Hopefully we'll have everything in order soon. If you have any suggestions, you're welcome to contact me via e-mail. Thank you for your patience and I hope you enjoy our new website!
Ghosts of The Pacific (2014) Tom Felton as Tony Pastula
The incredible journey of virtual strangers assigned to a scouting mission on January 16, 1942. When they are forced to ditch their plane, they are left with only a 4×8-foot yellow life raft to keep them afloat...
Period drama inspired by the life of Dido Elizabeth Belle, the illegitimate daughter of a Captain in the Royal Navy, stationed in the Caribbean with a Black woman named Maria Belle who bore him a daughter c. 1762.
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We had quite a lot of news this week and I opted against updating the site with old content at the same time, but now it looks like we’re going to have to wait a while to get more information on Tom’s latest projects (he’s probably heading to Mexico soon to start working on “Ghosts of The Pacific”), so I’ll start updating the gallery again. I hope you enjoy the photos!
A couple of weeks ago, ABC Family aired a Harry Potter Special with all 8 films. Between each film, they showed exclusive interviews with some of the cast members. We have two videos of Tom that were aired that day – one of him talking about battling with Daniel on screen and another where he comments on funny moments of the franchise. I hope you enjoy!
Tom Felton speaks with the ease of those who have been under the scrutiny of the media for a very long time. But his case is a strange one; he has been in this position since he was twelve. It is amazing that he has not become tired of speaking about Harry Potter after ten years of not only playing Potter’s nemesis, Draco Malfoy, but also being interviewed, quizzed and bothered about it.
”It was always good fun”, he says, when asked if playing such a dark character from such an early age ever posed a challenge, “What twelve year old wouldn’t want to play an evil wizard? I’m pretty sure it’s in every kid out there, I’ve always enjoyed it. I’d rather play a character that was really, really different to me as to someone who is quite close to my character. And Draco is really, really different.”
“It’s weird when you take out the wizard part and in the real world and people call you Draco, I find that bizarre. But it’s cool, I’ve learned to deal with that over the years. If young children boo me, that makes my day. I must’ve done something good if these kids are terrified.”
Felton’s story is a happy one; at 23 he is world famous and can probably take his pick of characters now he is free from the Potter franchise. But the end to Draco’s story in the last movie is different and Felton can’t help but sympathize with his character of ten years.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 not only set a box office record for midnight showings, it absolutely shattered opening day box office records.
The film grossed a jaw-dropping $92.1 million in the U.S. on Friday. That’s not only the biggest opening-day draw of all time, it’s the highest-grossing single day in U.S. box office history.
Worldwide, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is also breaking box office records. The film has already grossed more than $157.5 million internationally, breaking opening-day records in the UK and Mexico.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 took in $43.5 million at the midnight box office in North America — the biggest midnight opening of all time. Potter earned almost 50% more than previous midnight champion, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, which earned $30 million from midnight shows when it was released in June 2010.
The Harry Potter franchise is estimated to be the most profitable film franchise of ever. As The Hollywood Reporter notes, the eighth and final film has already grossed more than $100 million at the worldwide box office. If momentum keeps rising, this may be the biggest worldwide opening of all time.
Two new stills are out featuring Tom from Harry Potter, I’ve added both along with a poster. It’s hard to believe Harry Potter is coming to an end soon, I’m going to miss it! At least we have Pottermore.
- Tom Felton Daily > Movies > Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part II > Official Posters
- Tom Felton Daily > Movies > Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part II > Official Stills
I’ve added photos from the Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 2 photocall yesterday and London film premiere today. I’m technically on vacation, but couldn’t help but to add these photos now! Tom looks great.