Tom Felton to star in the WWII Thriller ‘Burial’ – filming has started

Deadline has announced last year that Tom Felton will star in the WWII Thriller Burial.

Today, Midgard Times reported:

World War II thriller ‘Burial’ has begun filming in European country Estonia on May 3rd. The filming was supposed to start in the last quarter of 2020 but was delayed due to COVID restrictions and the untimely death of Diana Rigg, who was supposed to star in the film.

The film currently stars Harry Potter star Tom Felton, Ian Hart who appeared in ‘Escape from Pretoria’ as Denis Goldberg, Niamh Algar, and Tom Glynn-Carney. Additional cast info is still kept under the wraps.

‘Burial,’ A WWII-set thriller follows a small band of Soviet soldiers who must escape from Berlin to Moscow whilst harboring one of the World’s greatest secrets, Hitler’s remains.

Ben Parker is directing ‘Burial,’, which is set in the last days of WWII and tells the fictional story of a small band of Russian soldiers, led by intelligence officer Brana Vasilyeva, tasked with trafficking the remains of Hitler back to Stalin in Russia.

As of now, there is not much information available about the story or the roles the actors will be playing but we know that it’s an escape and survival mission that combines the thrill and suspense of Green Room and Don’t Breathe.

“En route, the unit is attacked by German ‘Werwolf’ partisans and picked off one-by-one. Brana leads her surviving comrades in the last stand to ensure their ‘cargo’ doesn’t fall into the hands of those who would see it buried, in order to hide the truth forever.”

‘Werwolf’ was a Nazi plan, which began development in 1944, to create a resistance force that would operate behind enemy lines as the Allies advanced through Germany. Ultimately, Werwolf’s propaganda value far outweighed its actual achievements.

source: Midgard Times

Tom to star in Sara Sugarman’s new film “Save the Cinema”

ScreenDaily has announced that Tom will star in Sara Sugarman‘s new film Save the Cinema alongside Jonathan Pryce and Samantha Morton.

Currently filming in Wales, Save the Cinema is the true story of hairdresser and youth theatre leader Elizabeth Myrtle Evans MBE, who undertook a campaign to save the Lyric Theatre from closure, with the help of the Mayor of Carmarthen Richard Goodridge.

The Lyric Theatre managed to secure a release of Steven Spielberg’s classic film Jurassic Park alongside the London premiere a day before wide-spread release. In London a ticket cost more than £100, and the Lyric Theatre charged the regular amount for a ticket in the 1990s: £2.50.

The film is aiming to be released in cinemas and via Sky Cinema towards the end of 2021.

Tom announced to star in Giles Borg’s ‘Lead Heads’

Rupert EverettDerek Jacobi and Tom Felton have joined the ensemble cast of “Lead Heads,” described as a “drama about greed and the repercussions it has on the soul.” Also in the cast are Luke Newberry, Mark Williams and Olatunji Ayofe. Giles Borg directs. Principal photography begins in March in London.
The film centers on “a group of men, strangers to one another but all corrupted by greed, who, in their desperation, are drawn together for one night to play a game that may cost them both their souls and lives,” according to a statement from the producers, Lawrence Steven Meyers, Randy Dannenberg and John Evangelides.
Alexa Waugh is onboard to line produce. The script was written by Patrick Makin.

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Harry Potter 1 Watch Party with Tom Felton

Tom Felton watched HP1 for the first time in about 20 years and let his fans take part in this special moment 🙂

First 11 minutes & 11 seconds of Harry Potter & the Philosophers stone – 
First time I’ve watched HP1 in about 20 years :

HP1 watch – Round 2 :