Tom Felton just confirmed to us, that he joined the cast of Message from the King, a revenge thriller from director Fabrice Du Welz.
His role is Frankie. That’s all we know right now about his role. If we know more, we will let you know of course.
Filming will take place in LA and already started !
About the film :
A mysterious outsider named Jacob King from South Africa arrives in Los Angeles to avenge his younger sister’s death.
Chadwick Boseman stars as Jacob, a South African who descends into the Los Angeles underworld in an attempt to avenge his younger sister’s death and rescue her stepson from the immoral world into which he’s been sold. Martinez will play Trish, the former neighbor of Jacob’s missing sister Bianca who he recruits to help find the woman’s murderer. Teresa Palmer, Luke Evans and Alfred Molina also star. The Ink Factory’s Stephen Cornwell and Simon Cornwell are producing with Rumble Films’ David Lancaster. Boseman is among the exec producers on the film, which starting filming this month in Los Angeles.
The DVD of Tom Felton’s TV series Murder in the First
will be released in the U.S. on May 12, 2015 !
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Special Features: The Making of a Crime Drama with Steven Bochco and Eric Lodal / Murder is Only the Beginning / Behind the Scenes
PR Newswire announced today that Tom Felton’s upcoming film Clavius (we reported here – Tom plays Lucius) will be released on Friday, January 22, 2016.
The title of the movie has been changed to Risen !
Sony Pictures Entertainment’s TriStar Pictures in association with AFFIRM Films announced that they have acquired worldwide rights from LD Entertainment on the film “Risen” (formerly titled “Clavius”) and will release the film in association with LD Entertainment. Starring Joseph Fiennes (Shakespeare in Love), Tom Felton (Harry Potter), Peter Firth (“Spooks”) and Cliff Curtis (Live Free or Die Hard), and directed by Kevin Reynolds (Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves), the action drama will be released in theaters nationwide on Friday, January 22, 2016.
“Risen” is the epic Biblical story of the Resurrection and the weeks that followed, as seen through the eyes of an unbelieving Clavius (Joseph Fiennes), a high-ranking Roman Military Tribune. Clavius and his aide Lucius (Tom Felton) are instructed by Pontius Pilate to ensure Jesus’ radical followers don’t steal his body and claim resurrection. When the body goes missing within days, Clavius sets out on a mission to locate the missing body in order to disprove the rumors of a risen Messiah and prevent an uprising in Jerusalem.
“Risen” is produced by Mickey Liddell (The Grey), Patrick Aiello (As Above, So Below), and Pete Shilaimon (In Secret), and executive produced by Robert Huberman and Scott Holroyd.
The creative production team includes Director of Photography, Lorenzo Senatore; Visual Effects Supervisor, Rafa Solorzano; Production Designer, Stefano Maria Ortolani; Editor, Steven Mirkovich, ACE; Costume Designer, Onelio Millenotti; and music by Roque Banos.
Tonight in a new documentary, Tom Felton, who played the villainous Draco Malfoy in Harry Potter, meets some of the world’s most committed and outlandish superfans.
Tom joins us today to tell us what he discovered after he stepped into their fascinating world. And we will also be joined by some of the world’s biggest Harry Potter fans Steve Petrick in Pennsylvania and UK Harry Potter fanatics Victoria Maclean and Lorraine Garside who are here with some of their most prized Harry Potter possessions.
Unfortunately you have to be in the UK area to watch the full interview with Tom or the video of the show.
Click here for the full inteview with Tom or click on the photo below.
Please click here for the video of the show. (available for 7 days)
Most famous stars would be a little cautious about meeting their superfans – the types who dedicate every minute to their idols and collect thousands of pounds worth of memorabilia.
So it’s no surprise that Tom Felton , who played Draco Malfoy in Harry Potter , headed to a convention packed full of superfans of the successful movie franchise in DISGUISE.
“I am slightly nervous about walking into the lion’s den. In a place like this, I do get recognised,” he said in the video.
Talking in an interview on This Morning, he explained: “I’ve never been very good at being famous.”
Asked why it was he decided to do the documentary, he replied: “I always wondered what makes people want to wait outside hotels for people and dress up as their favourite characters.
“You don’t get to explore why they do it, whether it’s a good thing or a weird thing.”
He headed into a convention dressed as the joker before later revealing himself as Tom and signing photographs and autographs for fans.
Tom said: “We went to a few, the first one was a bit of a fish out of water, plain clothes, stand out like a sore thumb. So the second attempt we went incognito, the outfit was five or six sizes too big.
“It was odd, people were looking at my costume, but my instinct was people thinking, ‘Why is Malfoy dressed up as a the joker?'”
He chatted to one American fan on the show, Steve from Pittsburgh, who has $107,000 worth of Harry Potter merchandise and claims the books and films helped him to overcome being bullied.
“When I was younger, when I first discovered it, I was a very sad, lonely little kid, I really identified with Harry and he taught me to be a strong, independent person,” he said.