Tom Felton will play a role in the new Dutch war film “Battle of the Scheldt” (Slag om de Schelde). Producer Levitate Film confirms this to NU.nl .
Battle of the Scheldt is co-produced by Netflix, making production the first Dutch Netflix film. The film revolves around the military operation Battle of the Scheldt and will be shown in November 2020, 75 years after the liberation of the Netherlands.
The story is set in 1944 and is about the military operation in the north of Belgium and the southwest of the Netherlands. It was the largest operation on Dutch territory during the Second World War.
The second part of the recording of the epic war film starts this week. The first part of the recording took place in Lithuania where the Zeeland Sloedam was reconstructed. For the second turning block, cast and crew will settle in Zeeland and Belgium, where grand scenes are shot with hundreds of extras.
German Comic Conhas announced Tom Felton for their convention in Dortmund / Germany next month.
The event will take place at Westfalenhallen Dortmund, Rheinlanddamm 200, 44139 Dortmund on 7th December & 8th December 2019.
🎉🐣🎉 Early Birds will be rewarded 🎉🐣🎉
The first autographs and photo shoots will be sold for a cheap price! Afterwards the price will be adjusted in the shop. Ticket prices will be increased again at the event. Changes reserved.
Photo Early Bird: 90 Euro
Autograph Early Bird: 80 Euro
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.
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