As a child, Tom Felton loved movies of Robin Hood and James Bond

Tom Felton talked about his “Film Journeys” with FILMCLUB. The site filmclub.org asked: “What film set you on your journey to becoming an actor or director?”

To celebrate the launch of FILMCLUB’s ‘Film Journeys’ campaign, we’ve been talking to stars of the silver screen to learn about their own personal film journeys — asking them which films inspired them to seek out new places, or set them on the road to becoming a top actor or director.

Watch the video to find out who we spoke to and what films inspired them to pursue their dreams…

Tom at 1:46

4 thoughts on “As a child, Tom Felton loved movies of Robin Hood and James Bond

    • @feltbeats “Why a spoon, cousin? Why not an axe-?”. . . “Because it’s dull, you twit! It’ll hurt more!”

  1. As a matter of fact, my favorite Robin Hood movie is “Robin Hood, Prince Of Thieves”, starring Kevin Costner and Alan Rickman. And at home, when there’s nothing not too good to watch, we’re going for a James Bond, when we can.

    With Love,

    Sam.

  2. I will admit that Russell Crowe makes a good Robin Hood & Men In Tights is quite funny but they still fall short of the golden standard of Errol Flynn.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.