Meanwhile, the film is also scheduled to be screened three times in the coming weeks in Denmark on channel DR3, on Monday the 12th of October at 8:30pm, with repeats on Saturday the 17th of October at 2pm, and Sunday the 18th of October at 6:05pm.
We here at Feltbeats are delighted to wish Tom a most joyous and delightful 28th birthday today!
To celebrate this wonderful day, this year many Felton Fans submitted their Random Acts of Felton, which included volunteer work and donations to causes, along with random acts of kindness in Tom’s name. You can read all the submissions over on our Tumblr!
Many of Tom’s friends have already posted their birthday wishes via Twitter this morning, including Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, Jason Isaacs and Paul Hodge, who included a short video featuring Tom today:
Happy birthday to .@TomFelton, the nicest bad guy ever xxx
Good news, Felton Fans! The TV series Full Circle, in which Tom played the character of Tim Abbott in the first and last episodes, is now available to buy on DVD in a number of European countries and Australia.
The TV series debuted in 2013, but was previously only able to be viewed on DirectTV.
The end is just the beginning.
Full Circle sees lovers, mothers, fathers, friends, clients, teachers and students share intimate moments, whilst revealing how their lives intertwine and intersect until they come to a devastating and shocking conclusion.
At 9pm on Monday, Tom Felton’s directorial debut Tom Felton Meets the Superfans aired on BBC Three in the UK! The much anticipated documentary was met with both critical acclaim and a massively positive fan response.
The Independent called it “the most compelling documentary of the evening”, while The Telegraph said it was a “joy” and “uplifting” in its portrayal of fan culture.
The hour long look into the lives of self proclaimed Superfans quickly trended on Twitter in the UK, and was soon shot to the top of the list:
As a group of people dedicated to promoting Tom and his work, we would like to take this time to thank Tom for his wonderful insight into a culture mostly thought of with derision by the general populace, if not overlooked entirely.
All of us have been involved in fandom for a long time, and for Tom to feel so strongly about our community, and treat it with such respect and understanding just makes us know we’re working with a man who is definitely worth our time and efforts.
If you were a poor soul who missed the show, you can catch it on BBC iPlayer.