Tom Felton: Working with some of Britain’s finest actors had been a privilege

The Press Association has published another small interview with Tom Felton, in which he talks about Ralph Fiennes and Jason Isaacs. He also told that the fans can expect some “horrifically evil speeches” in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”.

Harry Potter fans can look forward to some “horrifically evil speeches” from Ralph Fiennes as Lord Voldemort when The Deathly Hallows comes to the big screen.

Tom Felton who plays Draco Malfoy has revealed that we can expect “some great stuff” from the Harry Potter villain.

He said: “I’ve never worked with Ralph one-on-one [until recently], Alan Rickman was there and several dark presences so it was very daunting and there are some horrifically evil speeches. There’s a lot to look forward to, definitely.”

The actor said working with some of Britain’s finest actors had been a privilege.

“There are some scenes where literally three of the four people there have been knighted which is bizarre,” he laughed.

“There are a few times when you’ve got to pinch yourself to stay in character, you learn stuff from them without even realising it I think. It’s a huge honour” he said.

Despite filming now being over, Tom said he’d definitely be keeping in touch with his on-screen dad Jason Isaacs who plays Lucius Malfoy.

“Jason is a legend. He is like another father to me in the acting world, he’s keen to hear about future projects and he’s kind of been one of the adults who has never been afraid to say ‘why don’t you try this, why don’t you try that’ and as far as being a young actor goes he’s been extremely helpful so I have a lot to thank Jason for definitely,” he said.

4 thoughts on “Tom Felton: Working with some of Britain’s finest actors had been a privilege

  1. We never stop learning without realising at first, Thomas, and this, no matter the context, nor the persons. That’s the way life goes. It’s a permanent school, where we’re invited to review our copy, every now and then.

    I’m not surprised, however, learning about that you and Jason Isaacs are keeping in touch, nor of the latter’s open-mindness about what you’re planning to do next. From what I’ve understood, he’s quite a very encouraging figure and not the one to put somebody else down.

    Therefore, your gratitude makes perfect sense to me. People like Jason Isaacs are priceless.

    With Love,

    Sam.

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