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Tom’s tweeting again, and this time he decided to grace us with another photo. It is from The Disappeared showing he attended earlier this week.

At The Dissapeared screening with Johnny Kervorkian and Harry Treadaway; great night! X

Also included in today’s tweets was a reminder to those of you in the UK about his appearance tonight on 8 out of 10 Cats.

I’m on 8 out of 10 cats tonight! Nervous to watch it with my friends later!!! Hope I did ok!!!!!

If anyone is able to record this episode, and would like to share it with those of us unable to watch (like me!) send it in!

The show’s website had this to say concerning tonight’s lineup:

As always, there’s a load of frolicks from the enigmatic trio that is Jimmy Carr, Jason Manford and Sean Lock. This week’s guests are Alan Cumming, Lauren Laverne, Tom Felton and Richard E Grant.

Sounds fabulous! Thanks for sharing, Tom!

Tom Felton: Bad Boy Found

Entertainment Weekly just released it’s Enfants Terrible: 31 Hateful TV/Movie Children list, and number one is Tom’s portrayal of Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter series.

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Blonde or not, according to The Disappeared director Johnny Kevorkian, there were plenty of kids willing to approach the bad boy portraying actor while they were filming. In fact, their presence ended up benefiting the film, even if it did take a bribe out of Draco’s book in order for it to happen.

“We tried to keep in the background, but as soon as the kids on the estate got wind that Tom Felton (of the Harry Potter films) was there, they ran around asking for autographs, but it helped us befriend the locals who were absolutely lovely. … In the playground scenes we had to stop the kids running around: we’ll give you an autograph if you sit still for a few minutes, and they were great.”

For more information on the filming, casting, and making of The Disappeared, read the rest of Johnny’s interview with Matthew F. Riley at The Great White Space.

Fan reactions & new pics of Tom Felton from “The Disappeared” Q&A session

Tom’s Twitter Account received a variety of responses from people in attendance last night at the showing he attended for his film The Disappeared. All accounts were favorable, and this morning I was able to chat with user @HarryFerguson, aka Martyn for a more thorough reaction upon meeting Tom.

“I’ve seen him in a few interviews”, said Martyn by way of email, “and I’ve always said he seemed really down to earth and genuine, now after talking to him I can say that I *know* he is. We talked about his music and how it was people like him that inspire me to play more and that it was thanks to him that I got into acting. I bumped into him outside before the showing and he very kindly signed a model guitar I had. Then again after the film.”

Martyn, I learned, is so truly inspired by Tom that he even did a cover of Tom’s Time Isn’t Healing for his YouTube channel. “It was only basic chords with me singing, though I’m working on learning the finger picking that Tom used. I’m also working on a cover of If You Could Be Anywhere.” [Editor's Note: After he returned home, Tom watched Martyn's cover on YouTube and even left him a lovely comment "Great job Harry. Was great to meet you last night. All the best buddy x"]

As Tom is a musical inspiration for this 19 year old student, I asked him what brought him out to meet him in person. “I don’t normally go for horror films,” stated Martyn. “But this one grabbed me so much I HAD to see it. It was fantastic, never a dull moment. There was a Q&A afterwards but I didn’t speak to them directly. Mum asked everyone a question, though. I was going to but thought it’d be rude if we both took up some of the question time.”

As many of you remember, Tom experienced the horrors of bleach upon his hair yesterday for his role of Draco Malfoy in the final installments of the Harry Potter saga. As such, I asked Martyn his reaction to the new ‘do. “After growing up around the Harry ‘world’ so to speak,” he said. “It seemed natural to see it like that. It was weird seeing it so short in the film though. I just hope the bleach doesn’t do any permanent damage!”

From what Tom has stated on his Twitter, he feels the same way. ;)

To round out the evening, Twitter user @Tomsgal, aka Tina, was able to share with us some photos from the Question and Answer period of the event. Her reaction to the film was similar to Martyn’s – “Liked it. I loved it.”

Click here for even more photos!

Tom with Johnny Kevorkian and Harry Treadaway

Tom with Johnny Kevorkian and Harry Treadaway

The Disappeared will be showing at the ICA in London through 4 July. If reactions are anything to go by, it’s one not to miss.

Thanks, Martyn and Tina

Tom Felton Talks, Tweets and Teasers from around the Web

It’s time to play catch-up, and this post has it all! Updates to Tom’s Twitter account, new interviews concerning the end of an era, and even a new image from Tom’s latest film, The Disappeared.

As promotions kick into high gear for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, we’re being treated to random interview tidbits from a variety of sources. At last week’s Harry Potter magical tour event in Leicester Square, Tom had the opportunity to talk with CBBC Newsround.

Draco Malfoy actor Tom Felton said the new film is definitely much funnier.
“There’s lots to look forward to,” he said. “I was laughing through the whole two hours.”

It sounds like the new film is just a bundle of laughs, or was Tom only reminiscing on what took place off camera during each scene, remembering fond times? In an interview given last year (but released last week) to Amy Raphael of the UK’s The Guardian, Tom expressed his wish to not take the remaining films for granted.

Although I only manage to shake Emma Watson’s hand as she swishes off to have her hair cut (she is the only key actor who doesn’t have time to talk, either because she’s busy getting three As at A-level or because she’s immersed in filming), her co-stars do indeed seem, if not fabulous, then at least grounded. Rupert Grint, whose Potter audition tape showed him rapping, is friendly and laid-back, while Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley) is unengaged but supremely professional. She says the kiss she has with Harry in The Half-Blood Prince was awkward but she “just got on with it”. Tom Felton, who plays the dastardly Draco Malfoy, says that after years of taking his job for granted, he’s taken a vow to enjoy the remaining films. “I’m going to take loads of photos and make sure I stay in touch with everyone …”

We hope Tom is able to stay in touch with everyone, too, but we have to ask about these photos he’s been taking. Will they include pictures of Tom with his hair wrapped in silver foil? Just today Tom tweeted about his first official day on set for filming of the last remaining Harry Potter films, Deathly Hallows Part 1 and Part 2.

Getting my hair dyed! 1st official day back! The pain of bleaching is about to start….ahhhhh

In comes the silver foil wrapped around my hairs that are about to get killed by the bleach!

Ouch! Sounds like those chemicals used to transform Tom into Draco aren’t pretty. Speaking as a former bottle blonde, I empathize.

Speaking of hair, Feltbeats.com Super Admin Misha was given the opportunity to write a fan review of Tom’s latest independent film The Disappeared, by new director Johnny Kevorkian. In a tantalizing teaser tweet of her own, she decided to share with us a screencap she was able to take from the film, reminding us that Tom didn’t always have the long hair he’s sporting now.

feltbeats: Made screen caps of @tomfelton in The Disappeared! Will release them with the Feltbeats.com Fan Review in July. Preview:

For those of you that remember, Feltbeats.com was able to give away free tickets to two screenings of the film in London recently. One of those screenings will occur tonight, and will be followed by a Question and Answer session that will include Tom and various other members of the cast and crew. Click on back to Feltbeats.com for the latest on this event as we hope to bring you new photos and interviews from our own Tom Felton.

The Disappeared To Screen At American And French Film Festivals

Tom’s horror flick will be screened at the following film festivals:

Firstly it will be showing at the Vail Film Festival in Colorado on April 3rd at 10pm.

Secondly it will be showing at the Newport Beach Film Festival in California on April 29th at 8:15pm.

It will also be showing at the Houston International Film Festival in Texas on April 18th at 5pm.

Finally it will be showing at the Mauvais Genre festival in Tours, France on April 11th.

Thanks to www.snitchseeker.com for the news!