In a most fortuitous case of timing, Tom’s film The Disappeared will be showing in various theaters throughout Germany over the the coming weeks. What a great way to get ready for Tom’s appearance in Bonn for Ring*Con in October!
According to the Fantasy Film Fest Website, you can catch the 96 minute film at any of the following:
BERLIN / 19 AUG / 21.30 UHR / CINEMAXX 6 + 21 AUG / 15 UHR / CINEMAXX 6 HAMBURG / 25 Aug / 15.00 UHR / CINEMAXX 3 KÖLN / 01 SEPT / 17.00 UHR / Cinedom 6 FRANKFURT / 27 AUG / 15.00 UHR / METROPOLIS 8 NÜRNBERG / 31 AUG / 15.00 UHR / CINECITTA’ 3 STUTTGART / 04 SEPT / 17.00 UHR / METROPOL 2 MÜNCHEN / 07 SEPT / 17.15 UHR / CITY
Thanks to Germany’s Tom Felton Fans for sending us the information.
A new trailer for Tom’s latest independent film The Disappeared has been released by distributor IFC Films. There is a small glimpse of Tom in the very beginning.
The film will be released by IFC Festival Direct video-on-demand in North American on July 15th. Click here for more information.
Thanks to Elbenstein for the tip!
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!
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.
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.