Tom attends London screening of new film Canyon Del Muerto

The official Instagram of Tom’s new film Canyon Del Muerto has posted some photos of Tom, the movie’s director Coerte Voorhees, and his co-stars attending a screening of the film in London this week.

Members of our brilliant cast and crew came together at the Ham Yard Hotel for the London screening of #CanyonDelMuertoFilm@t22felton, Abigail Lawrie, @4tunelloyd@hanakofootman, director Coerte Voorhees and more joined forces to tell the true story of Ann Axtell Morris, North America’s first female archaeologist. Stay tuned for the details! 

Photos by: @thatphotographershoib and @oliviarossphotography_


Tom plays Earl Halstead Morris, Ann Axtell Morris’ husband, and fellow archeologist, believed to be one of the inspirations of Indiana Jones.

See the other images below:

Tom attends FrightFest premiere and Q&A for new film Burial

Tom attended FrightFest, the UK’s leading genre film festival over the weekend, and participated in a Q&A about his role in his new film, Burial. Some videos and photos from the event can be seen below, alongside the trailer, which will debut in select theatres and on demand September 2nd.

In the last days of WWII, a band of Allied soldiers trafficking Hitler’s remains out of Germany are ambushed by Nazi Wehrwolf fighters.

– IFC films
Tom answers questions about his character, Łukasz
Official trailer for Burial

Tom Felton Attends and Presents at Olivier Awards

On Sunday Tom attended the Olivier Awards in London. While there he presented the Cunard Best Revival award to winner Constellations.

You can watch Tom present the award below:

He attended the ceremony with his mother Sharon

Image via the @OlivierAwards Instagram
Tom and his mother on the green carpet. Credit: Getty Images
Tom being interviewed on the green carpet about his upcoming role in 2:22: A Ghost Story

The Olivier Awards were founded in 1976 and named for the late actor-director Laurence Olivier. Winners are chosen by voting groups of stage professionals and theatergoers.

You can check out more photos from the event in our gallery.

New Tom Interview on Save the Cinema with OC Movies

OC Movies has posted a new interview with Tom about his upcoming film Save the Cinema. In it he discusses his role as Richard, a postman and Mayor of Carmarthen, learning how to speak in a Welsh accent, and how it feels to play the good guy for a change.

In case you’re not aware, I’m more familiar as a slimy git… There’s no slime or git with this guy, for sure.

They have also included a new still of Tom’s character:

Head to their website to read the full interview. Save the Cinema hits Sky Cinema on the 14th of January.