Tom Felton’s movie “Some Other Woman” at the Mammoth Film Festival

Tom Felton’s upcoming film “Some Other Woman” will be screened on 3rd March 2023 at 7:30 PM at the Mammoth Film Festival’s “Friday Fright Night”.

It will be the world premiere of the film and it’s a screening followed by Q&A.

The Mammoth Film Festival will take place in Mammoth Lakes, California from 2nd to 6th March 2023.

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‘The Borrowers’ Turns 25: Tom Felton Is 9 Years Old in First ET Interview

ET Online / ET Tonight uploaded the first interview with Tom Felton in a recent post. The reason: 25 years ago, on 5th December 1997 was the premiere of The Borrowers.

5th December 2022 :
‘The Borrowers’ premiered 25 years ago! Tom Felton chatted with ET on the set of his first movie role in 1996. Before he was Draco Malfoy in ‘Harry Potter,’ Tom’s big break was playing Peagreen Clock in another big-screen adaptation of a beloved children’s book series. In this behind-the-scenes interview, the 9-year-old star reveals which famous actor and classic movie inspired him to start acting!
credit: ET Online / ET Tonight

New Interview: Tom Felton looks back by The Guardian

Last Saturday The Guardian published an interview with Tom Felton in which he looks back as in his book “Beyond the Wand”.

This is me, eight years old and in Malaysia shooting my second film, Anna and the King. As the only English-speaking kid on set, I would have been bored, which is why my mum, who was my chaperone, bought me the book The Art of Getting Even. I have three older brothers, so this was research for when I got back home. Not that I would have put any of it into practice, but you can see from the smirk on my face I enjoyed thinking about it.

When I did the audiobook version of my memoir, I kept getting emotional, mostly about what my mum has done for me. I could barely read about all the sacrifices she had made without crying. I wish I could go back in time and tell that eight-year-old version of myself to hug her a bit more. And to take more pictures. And to steal more props.
credit: The Guardian

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