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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Tom Felton’s Home Party “19 Years Later” on Veeps

Are you ready to ROCK, Felton Fans?!

Tom Felton is holding his first Home Party through Veeps next Saturday!

Join Tom, Willow, and some special guests for songs, laughter, and fun on
14th November 2020, 12pm PT!

Tickets are available – h e r e – on the Veeps website !

A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting – BTS & Interviews with Tom Felton

Today ist the day 🙂 
Tom Felton’s film A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting  is out now on Netflix !
There are several interviews with Tom where he talks about the film :


BTS pics :

credit : Tom FeltonRachel Talalay and Ian Ho

Tom Felton To Star In The Historical Film ‘Canyon Del Muerto’

Today, Deadline & The Hollywood Reporter announced that Tom Felton has signed on to star in Canyon Del Muerto, a film about the life of Ann Axtell Morris, one of America’s first female archaeologists and a co-discoverer of North America’s first civilization.
The indie project will also star Abigail Lawrie, Val Kilmer, Elias Koteas, Ewen Bremner, Bronson Webb and Hanako Footman. Canyon Del Muerto will tell the true story of Axtell Morris, who helped discover North America’s first civilization.
She was married to Earl Halstead Morris, to be played by Felton, who, along with the historical character Sylvanus G. Morley (Bremner), offered the inspiration for Indiana Jones.

Voorhees penned the script for Canyon El Muerto based on two books by Axtell Morris, who was also an artist and writer, and will also produce the indie alongside John Voorhees. The movie is set to start production in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Oct. 26.
“I want to introduce the story of this heroic and tragic, pioneering woman to audiences around the world because her story was so inspiring to me. We are honored to be working with Ann’s remaining family in addition to the Navajo Nation and National Park Service to retell her story that was lost to time,” Voorhees said in a statement.