Tom Felton, the interpreter of Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter films, very often shares nods to the saga on his social networks. In recent days he has again created a buzz by unveiling a behind-the-scenes video of the first film in which we find him accompanied by Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint.
Harry Potter: 20 years already!
In 2001, four years after making his appearance in the novels, Harry Potter landed in theaters in School of wizards. A first chapter that would open the door to seven other films, released between 2002 and 2011. The little bespectacled wizard was played by Daniel Radcliffe, while his comrades were camped by Emma Watson (Hermione), Rupert Grint (Ron) or Tom Felton (Drago). A bunch of very young actors, who then became real stars thanks to the saga.
The young audience grew up with the characters from the films, which still remain today pop culture icons. If the actors continue their respective careers today, they remain forever associated with their roles as wizards.
Tom Felton in particular continues to ride the popularity of Harry Potter. Indeed, the interpreter of Drago Malfoy regularly shares on his social networks nods to the saga. Last Halloween, he also made the buzz thanks to his awesome disguise.
In recent days, he has again made fans react by sharing a behind-the-scenes video of the first film on his Instagram account. We discover him surrounded by Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson on set. To kill the time between takes of what appears to be the first broomstick streak, Felton and Watson were having fun playing a hand game.
Draco’s interpreter is ironic that Emma Watson, like Hermione’s character, was very competitive.
We will find them all together again in the event show Harry Potter: Return to Hogwarts broadcast on HBO Max and Salto in France on January 1, 2022.