New depiction of Tom Felton as Carnaby in WWII movie “Grace and Danger”

Thanks to movie site HeyUGuys, we have a new image of Tom Felton as Carnaby in the WWII movie “Grace and Danger.” The image is by Spanish artist “Miki.”

Tom Felton as Carbaby

In case you haven’t been following the “Grace and Danger” news, this is a WWII film in which Tom is set to play the character Private Carnaby. For more information about Private Carnaby, including a excerpt of the script, click here.

We think this is a great role for Tom, and we’ve also been told by the director that a sequel the film is being planned, and he would love to have Tom back to continue to play the part of Carnaby!

According to HeyUGuys, the image of Tom is part of a prequel comic book, created to give background on the movie.

Rhys Hayward’s debut feature, the WWII drama Grace and Danger, is getting the comic book prequel treatment in the vein of Inception’s The Cobol Job, and will give background for the dynamic in the soldier’s relationships as well as offer further context to the events depicted in the film.

The artist Miki has created the images below for the comic book, provisionally titled “Cool Blood Kill”, the first portrays Tom Felton’s character Carnaby and the second image is of Tom Sizemore and gives a good flavour of how the comic book will look. We previously posted some of the film’s storyboards as well as the poster for Grace and Danger and we’re looking forward to seeing more of the film when a trailer comes out.

Hayward has assembled a great cast for the film which includes Tom Felton, Tom Sizemore, Leo Gregory, Tom Hopper, David Leon, Joel Beckett and Anna Langner.

To view other photos from the book, read the post from HeyUGuys.

5 thoughts on “New depiction of Tom Felton as Carnaby in WWII movie “Grace and Danger”

  1. ahhaha, in the latest mugglecast, they talk about how Tom Felton was the only star at the last HP premiere in NY who risked his life to go meet all the fans in the street.
    GO TOM!

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