Tom Felton’s Upcoming Films

Seems Tom Felton has a few horror films lined up now that the filming of Harry Potter has finished. It’s good news that he’s still getting work after acting as Draco Malfoy for ten years (when not just appearing in Get Him To The Greek to take Snape-related jokes). To name a few:

13hrs (3rd September 2010)
Sarah Tyler returns to her troubled family home in the isolated countryside, for a much put-off visit. As a storm rages outside, Sarah, her family and friends shore up for the night, cut off from the outside world. But something comes out of the driving rain and darkness. Something that holds a dark secret so devastating that, in one night, it could wipe out the entire family.

The Apparition (September 2011)
‘Inspired by true events’, Apparition centres on a young couple haunted by a supernatural presence unleashed during a college experiment. Felton portrays an expert in the supernatural.

Grace and Danger
Tom is rumoured to star in the WW2 film, written and directed by Rhys Hayward, set in France. 7 Allied soldiers rescue a young woman from a village massacre, and promise to escort her to safety. When Nazi S.S. officers pick up their trail, the journey becomes a savage battle for survival – one that threatens to destroy their humanity.

Felton is rumoured to star in Evac, a horror set to be released in November 2011.

He has also been cast for Rise of the Apes which is currently in production. He is playing the role as the son of Brian Cox, who plays the villainous owner of a primate sanctuary who runs the facility without compassion for the animals that live there.

And we still have Feltbeats: (All songs available on iTunes).

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