Tom Felton attends dinner featuring Professor Burbage in new Deathly Hallows Calendar Photos

It seems there are two very small images of Tom as his iconic Draco Malfoy released from the latest Harry Potter related calendar. These are two versions of the back cover of the 2011 calendar, and also feature new images of other characters from the movies.

You can’t miss the beacon of Tom’s blond hair as you see him sitting next to a smaller photo of him with his onscreen parents at what looks like a dinner table. Could this be dinner with the surprise guest appearance of Professor Burbage?

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New Photos of Tom Felton on Platform 9 3/4

Thanks to Scar Potter we have a few more photos of Tom and his co-star Rupert Grint on Platform 9 3/4 as they film the epilogue for “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.”

Also included are some back shots of Tom with his Draco!Hair visibly braided down his back, and his onscreen son Scorpius hanging out with the Potter brats (because it was too odd not to include).

Am I the only one who thinks he looks like a young Dumbledore with the beard and long hair?

You can see more new photos of the crowd at dhmoviepics.

Tom Felton Looks Towards The Undead for His Next Tour de Force

It seems the time has come once again for reporters to make their way on set for interviews with the cast and crew of the “Harry Potter” films. This time, the on set report comes courtesy of the Manila Bulletin whose Janet Susan Nepales had the pleasure of speaking with not only Tom, but director David Yates and co-star’s Rupert Grint and Robbie Coltrane.

We recently went on our first visit to the set of a “Harry Potter” movie. Or we should say movies since it involves “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Parts I and II.” We were excited to go to Leavesden Studios in London where David Yates was directing the last installments. There were 140 extras walking around in costumes; some of them waiting for their cue while others were taking their lunch breaks at the canteen. One of the highlights for us was sitting on Professor Dumbledore’s chair in his office and pretending to create our own magical potions. We were able to talk to some of the talented crew members and cast like Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley), Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) and Robbie Coltraine (Rubeus Hagrid).

Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) was not feeling well so he was not around for the interviews. Director David Yates stressed the importance of Daniel showing up to work soon. He said, “We could be in trouble if Daniel Radcliffe is out again. I hope he feels better soon.” David, who has done two “Harry Potter” movies already and is now doing the final two, revealed that he tries to relax by doing yoga during lunch time and is planning to take three months off after doing the much-awaited final installments.

Rupert peppered his replies with a lot of his characteristic “yeahs” and “ums.” He revealed that he plays Guitar Hero with Daniel and Emma Watson when they are not filming and he definitely looks forward to keeping in touch with them when they are done doing the “Harry Potter” movies. Tom was charming and eloquent and did not look the least like the “bad guy.” “No more blonde evil wizards for me after ‘Harry Potter,’” he said. “Probably I’ll be a vampire next,” he kiddingly said. Robbie, dressed in costume, amusedly shared, “You probably don’t know but Daniel loves The Killers and Lady Gaga.”

 

Tom Felton is Honored to Work with Knights & Dames on Harry Potter

Thanks to YouTube user Vetty for posting this video compilation of Tom with two separate interviewers from his day of Deathly Hallows on-set interviews. He talks in depth about the confidence Harry Potter has given him, his character Draco, saying good-bye to a 10 year relationship, and the free acting lessons he’s received over the years from some of the best talent Britain has to offer.

If anyone knows where these interviews were originally posted, please let us know.

Thanks to Felton Fan Mondengel for the link!