A few days ago, we got a sneak peek of a video with Tom Felton by British GQ in partnership with Haig Club. Now, British GQ published the full advertising video.
During a night out in Soho, the actor explains why getting sloppy isn’t an option
Tom Felton was one of the breakout stars of the Harry Potter series and since then his acting career has taken him from battling it out in Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes to period dramas such as Belle and A United Kingdom. While the bright lights of Hollywood have called for him, he still feels at home in London. “It’s an incredible city,” he says, “one that’s in a permanent state of reinvention.” Watch our video with Tom as he reverses his night out in London.
That means when he’s here he wants to grasp every moment. “I always start as I mean to go on: with clarity,” he says, “Because I want to remember where I’ve been and what I’ve seen.”
Here, Felton talks us through a night out in reverse. We head back through time, from drinks at Bar Swift and The Arts Theatre Club, to dinner at Pastaio and sharpening up at Pall Mall Barbers. He ends as he begins: “With style.”
Today, Universal Studios Hollywood introduced their new innovative, easy to use online ticket reservation system. EZ Rez offers visitors first time ever date specific tickets, early entry to select attractions and advance online purchase savings.
Universal City, California, February 2, 2016 – Starting today and for the first time ever, Universal Studios Hollywood is introducing EZ Rez™, an innovative, easy-to-use online ticket purchasing system featuring an array of new consumer benefits designed to enhance visits to The Entertainment Capital of L.A. as the world-class destination continues its unparalleled investment in an ambitious epic transformation.
In addition to affording guests the unique opportunity of booking date specific tickets, EZ Rez ticket holders will be able to benefit from early entry to “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™” when the immersive land officially opens on April 7. Early admission to the land will begin one hour prior to park opening.
As an added benefit, guests purchasing admission tickets and annual passes via EZ Rez will also enjoy premium savings with all advanced online transactions. Anytime admission tickets will continue to be available.
The past five years have been a remarkable time for Universal Studios Hollywood as the destination embarked on an unprecedented revitalization that has substantially altered over 75 percent of its familiar footprint to effectively characterize it as an entirely new experience and theme park.
With the much anticipated arrival of “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™” opening on April 7, and the recent addition of “Fast & Furious: Supercharged” as the grand finale to the world-famous Studio Tour, expansive themed lands including “Springfield” and “Despicable Me Minion Mayhem,” next generation thrill rides such as “Transformers: The Ride 3D,” amplified experiences such as the recently introduced “Nighttime Studio Tour” and the new “Special Effects Show,” Universal Studios Hollywood is continually exploring new, groundbreaking ways to ensure guests have the best possible experience, both in advance and upon their arrival.
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In a Press Release earlier today, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London-The Making Of Harry Potter announced that the Knight Bus, featured in Prisoner Of Azkaban, is the latest addition to the tour. The tour of Leavesden opens March 31st, 2012.
Thursday 26th January: The iconic, triple decker Knight Bus today rolls into Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter, which opens 31st March 2012. Taking its place among the many authentic sets, props and costumes from the eight Harry Potter films, the Knight Bus debuted in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™ and was one of the most complicated pieces to create in the production.
John Richardson, Special Effects Supervisor, said: “The Knight Bus was not a CGI Creation as many people thought but in fact a real-life working bus. It was constructed by cutting up two iconic Routemaster buses, reworking the structure and bolting it all back together to provide one bus with three decks. One interesting challenge that arose during the shooting of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban was that we could not drive the vehicle across London due to the number of low bridges in and around the capital. This meant that we had to transport the bus in two pieces between locations and put it back together as required for filming.”
Want to visit Leavesden and see where our favorite Slytherin, Tom Felton spent 10 magical years filming 8 iconic films? Book your tickets here!