To cheer everybody up, and encourage everybody to stay home, Tom hosted his first Home Party yesterday. Each week he will be bringing awareness to a different cause, this week being the British Red Cross. He was joined by his co-host Willow the Dog and technical advisor and good friend Derek Pitts for 2 hrs. of music, Harry Potter trivia, fan interaction, and conversations with Jason Isaacs and Tom Fletcher. He discussed his new movie “Braking For Whales“, and sang the highly requested Hermione Song. Check out the action below and stay tuned for the date and time of Tom’s next Home Party!
Jason Isaacs did a video chat with Tom Felton.
Retired deatheaters Lucius and Draco Malfoy, aka Jason Isaacs (me) and Tom Felton (the young one), connect across the world to share their fears, hopes and tactics in the #covid19 crisis. Inspired by the BritishRedCross, who want us to keep talking because we’re all in this together. They also need to keep their services going for the most vulnerable and helpless in the country. If you want to help in any way – food, time, money, phone calls – anything – get involved. You’ll be glad you did: https://reserves.redcross.org.uk
#PowerOfKindness #PhoneAFriend #HarryPotter #Slytherin #tomfelton
Who will you call J.K. Rowling? x
credit: Jason Isaacs
Stay tuned for PART 2 ! 🙂
Tom Felton was at the German Comic Con in Dortmund last weekend..
Here are some photos from the weekend and a video of the panel from Sunday.
photo credit: German Comic Con & Markus Wissmann / Alamy Stock Photo
Tom’s photos from the German Comic Con
photo by Tammin Sursok :
Unfortunately we are currently having problems with our gallery. We can’t log in and therefore can’t upload photos. As soon as the problem is resolved, we will upload all fan photos of Tom from the convention to the gallery. We’ll let you know.
A star-studded line up of actors including Tom Felton, Martin Freeman, Celia Imrie, Noel Clarke, Neil Morrissey, Nina Sosanya and Adrian Scarborough have joined forces in an epic short film for Stand Up To Cancer shot by Ridley Scott Associates.
Marking the return of the joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4, the film depicts the stars channelling the relentless, unforgiving and unpredictable behaviours of cancer to beat it at its own game.
See what Martin Freeman, Celia Imrie, Tom Felton, Noel Clarke, Neil Morrissey, Nina Sosanya and Adrian Scarborough get up to in this epic short film.
The film, set to launch in cinemas from 11th October, opens with Martin Freeman tirelessly swotting up on fundraising ideas late into the night. As the camera then cuts from one celeb to the next we see Celia Imrie remembering a lost loved one; Joe Dempsie and Nina Sosanya pummelling boxing pads; Tom Felton scaling a climbing wall; Noel Clarke smashing world records; Neil Morrissey break dancing and Adrian Scarborough dressed head to toe as a carrot, all to raise vital funds for life-saving cancer research.
Watch behind the scenes interviews:
HOW WILL YOU BEAT CANCER AT ITS OWN GAME?
There are loads of easy and fun ways to get involved, from dressing up to testing your pop trivia in a quiz, to organising a feast for friends or taking on a gaming challenge.
How will you beat cancer at its own game? Get your fundraising pack today with loads of tips and ideas to raise cash, your way.