Tom Felton announced for Paris Manga & Sci-Fi Show by TGS

Paris Manga & Sci-Fi Show by TGS has announced Tom Felton for their event in March.
The event will take place at Parc des expositions de Villepinte , Villepinte, France.
Tom will be there on 16th & 17th March 2024 (Saturday & Sunday) !

source: Paris Manga & Sci-Fi Show by TGS

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Autographs – 135 €
Photocall or Selfies – 145 €

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Trailer and US Release Date for Tom Felton’s film “Some Other Woman”

Do you remember? Over 2 years ago Tom Felton was in the Cayman Islands and filmed “Some Other Woman”. (we reported here)

The trailer for Tom’s new thriller, Some Other Woman has been released. Directed by Joel David Moore, the movie will be released to Regal Theatres on January 5, 2024.

Harry Potter franchise star Tom Felton, Amanda Crew (Silicon Valley), and Ashley Greene (the Twilight franchise) are giving us some very heavy Single White Female vibes in the trailer for Some Other Woman, which Collider can exclusively share today. Directed by Joel David Moore (Spiral), the psychological thriller, which is set to release only in Regal Theatres on January 5, 2024, follows one woman’s inner struggle as she begins to question everything she thinks she knows about her world and the loved ones she holds dear.
In the trailer, viewers are introduced to Eve (Crew), a woman who travels alongside her husband, Peter (Felton) on a work trip to a remote island. While the tropical location seems like paradise, Eve soon gets cabin fever as she carries out the same routine day in and day out. While Peter wants to settle in and build a life along the island’s sandy shores, Eve can’t help but feel uneasy about the whole thing. When she starts seeing a woman (Greene) who is seemingly stalking her and her husband, Eve’s brain goes into a sort of psychosis where she has a challenging time deciphering fact from fiction. With a similar figure and brown hair, the two women look eerily alike and mind games between them both make it hard for the audience to separate their realities. Willing to do anything to hold her marriage and life together, Eve knows that her only choice is to stop the stranger before she takes everything.

source: Collider

Some screenshots:

Photos & Videos: Tom Felton at German Film & Comic Con

Tom Felton was at the German Film & Comic Con in Dortmund / Germany last weekend.

Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood), Chris Rankin (Percy Weasley) and Josh Herdman (Gregory Goyle) were also there.

Here are some photos of Tom during the panels and the unplugged session at the convention.

credit: German Film & Comic Con

credit: Stars Wanted

credit: Nicole Kubelka – Action Press

credit: Dominik H. – Thanks for the photos!

Panel on Saturday :

Thanks to The Wizardry Vlog for recording and uploading the video.

Thanks to Kooistra Channel for recording and uploading the video.

Panel on Sunday:

Thanks to The Wizardry Vlog for recording and uploading the video.

On Sunday there was the unplugged session. Thanks to Cati for recording the video!

credit: Catalina U.

Tom Felton to star in A CHILD OF SCIENCE at Bristol Old Vic

It has been announced that Tom Felton will star in the world premiere of Gareth Farr’s A Child of Science from 5th June – 6th July 2024.

A Child of Science is a fictionalised account of the true story of the events that led to the first ‘test-tube’ birth of a baby and the invention of IVF. The play is based on research and interviews over many years with embryologists and fertility doctors, some of whom worked closely with Bob Edwards, as well as those whose lives were affected by and enabled by those events. It features characters inspired by real-life individuals, and some entirely imagined by the writer.

In 1978, Patrick Steptoe, Robert Edwards, and Jean Purdy changed the world as we know it – and most people don’t even know their names.

Bruntwood Prize-winning writer (Britannia Waves the Rules) Gareth Farr’s brilliant new play tells their pioneering story, and those of the army of women from all over the UK whose immense bravery helped them achieve the impossible – to create human life in vitro.

A Child of Science charts the incredible events that led to one of the most remarkable medical breakthroughs of our time: the birth of a baby girl and the creation of IVF, a procedure which has supported the birth of over 12 million babies worldwide over the last forty years.

Directed by the highly acclaimed West End director Matthew Dunster (Hangmen, 2:22 A Ghost Story, Shirley Valentine) and featuring the award-winning Tom Felton (Harry Potter), A Child of Science is about determination, dreams, hope, and courage. It’s a celebration of life.

Tickets went on sale to the Circle Members of Bristol Old Vic on Thu 19 Oct. Tickets go on sale to the Thunder Members of Bristol Old Vic on Mon 23 Oct, Lavender Members of Bristol Old Vic on Tue 24 Oct and Orange Members of Bristol Old Vic on Wed 25 Oct.
Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Thu 26 Oct.

credit: Bristol Old Vic