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Ghosts of The Pacific (2014) Tom Felton as Tony Pastula
The incredible journey of virtual strangers assigned to a scouting mission on January 16, 1942. When they are forced to ditch their plane, they are left with only a 4×8-foot yellow life raft to keep them afloat...
Period drama inspired by the life of Dido Elizabeth Belle, the illegitimate daughter of a Captain in the Royal Navy, stationed in the Caribbean with a Black woman named Maria Belle who bore him a daughter c. 1762.
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According to Deadline, Tom has joined the cast of TNT’s drama pilot Murder In The First as a series regular.
The show is a murder mystery that centers on San Francisco PD homicide detectives Terry Seagrave (Taye Diggs) and Hildy Mulligan (Kathleen Robertson), as they take on a case that seems more like a maze.
Tom is set to play Erich Blunt, a cocky and wealthy CEO of a tech company.
BID NOW and help grant magical wishes. 30th May – 9th June 2013
Rays of Sunshine Children’s Charity grants wishes for seriously ill children across the UK aged 3-18. Every day of the year the charity gives brave and deserving young people the chance to put their illness on hold and enjoy a moment of escape. Our first wish was granted in 2003 and this year we will be celebrating our 10th Birthday anniversary. Wishes can be as unique as the children themselves and whether a child wants to be a princess or a fireman for the day, got to Disney World in Florida, visit Santa in Lapland, own a iPad, or meet a favourite celebrity, Rays of Sunshine works hard to make that wish come true –www.raysofsunshine.org.uk
Rays of Sunshine also funds capital projects within hospitals and hospices and organizes events throughout the year for large groups of seriously ill children including ‘The Rays of Sunshine Concert’, trips to theme parks and hospital activity/pamper days.
It looks like Tom’s “From The Rough” is finally going to be released! For those who don’t remember, Tom worked on the production back in 2010, and we’ve been announcing its release since 2011, but it keeps getting posponed. A recent article posted by Indiewire suggests that the film is going to come out in 2014, after all. Read it below:
The film was shown at some film festivals and awards events in 2011, and, in its current version, is being prepared for theatrical release in 2014. Its Ardmore screening will be the first time it is seen in the Philadelphia area, Critelli said. Its next showing here will be in July, during the National Urban League conference, hosted by the Urban League of Philadelphia. Critelli said the current version runs 92 minutes, trimming about 25 minutes, and focuses even more clearly on the coach’s character and “her transformation as a leader and mentor to young people.”
If you wish to read more about the production and the reasons behind the late release, click here. The author brings you up to speed with what’s been going on and clarifies some of the decisions made regarding the project.
According to the website Deadline, Tom is set to star in the TV Series Full Circle!
The cast has been set for Neil LaBute’s upcoming debut TV series Full Circle(airing on DirecTV), and it’s a doozy!
Tom Felton (Harry Potter series), Minka Kelly (Friday Night Lights), Julian McMahon (Nip/Tuck), David Boreanaz (Bones), Keke Palmer, Devon Gearhart, Billy Campbell, Kate Walsh (Private Practice), Noah Silver, Ally Sheedy (The Breakfast Club), Cheyenne Jacksonand Robin Weigert have all joined the ensemble for the 10-episode series.
LaBute’s drama explores the human condition through a series of conversations between 11 strangers whose lives are connected, despite them not knowing it. The show was ordered to series by DirecTV in April and has been touted as “a modern day La Ronde meets My Dinner with Andre.” Production begins this summer in anticipation of an autumn premiere.
After eight successful movies in the 10-year production of the “Harry Potter” franchise, the child stars in the legendary series are definitely all grown up. As they continue building their film portfolios as young adults, it is crucial to make the right choices on how to expand their acting resumes.
In the case of Tom Felton, more familiar as the cowardly bully and manipulative Draco Malfoy, Harry Potter’s schoolboy rival from his Hogwarts batch, his effectively antagonistic persona on screen is not easy to forget. But even though most of his roles after the “Harry Potter” flicks still feature him as a bad guy, he attempts to widen his performance offerings in projects like “Grace and Danger.” In this military drama, he plays the good guy.
From Bad to Good
As expected, Felton didn’t readily outgrow his villainous air after his “Harry Potter” days. A lot of projects kept him busy after it, but most of them still banked on his trademark character’s mischief, arrogance, and sinisterly aura. In “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” he was a sadistic animal handler tormenting innocent primates. In the upcoming dramatic thriller “Therese,” he portrays a sickly husband who eventually turned into a vengeful ghost to haunt his wife and her lover. In the upcoming sexual thriller “Attachment,” he stars as a student-turned-stalker whose one-night stand with his teacher triggered his psycho behavior. Many other projects continue to promote him in wicked and ghastly roles — most of which are movies in the thriller, horror, and period genres.
“Grace and Danger,” which is currently in pre-production, sees him on a different light. This time, he is the one who tries to stop the bad guy from doing the wrong thing.
Tom Felton as Carnaby
“Grace and Danger” is a WWII film set in France. The story revolves around a group of allied soldiers who rescue a young woman from a village massacre. Although they are supposed to escort her to safety, some soldiers find themselves tempted by carnal desire. This story arc persists, while these servicemen move on with their perilous journey that eventually turns into a savage battle for survival.
This gritty war drama by Rhys Hayward features Felton as Carnaby, an American soldier who attempts to protect the rescued woman from his fellow soldiers’ sexual impulses. More a gentleman than the usual baddie, this role helps him reach the two sides of the spectrum when it comes to the onscreen figures he can play on screen.
A Prequel Comic Book
The production is set to come out with a prequel comic book. This project aims to provide a solid background for the story, the dynamics of the characters, the events depicted in the narrative, and the overall look and treatment intended for the film. Some images released from the comic book, which is provisionally titled “Cool Blood Kill,” showcase Tom Felton’s dutiful character as Carnaby.
According to the website ContactMusic, Tom has lightened the mood during the final days of shooting new movie Ghosts Of The Pacific by pulling sneaky pranks on his co-stars.
The Harry Potter actor is preparing to wrap production on the upcoming adventure film, and has spent his breaks goofing around on set – much to the dismay of his fellow castmates.
He took to his Twitter.com page on Thursday (09May13) to post photos of the carnage, which began when actor Jake Abel managed to squeeze a bicycle into the cramped seat of Felton’s golf cart.
The Brit tweeted, “Last days filming on Ghosts (of the) Pacific. May the pranks begin. Firstly Jake Abel thought it amusing to modify my buggy… So I thought I’d return fire with some improvements of my own, to his buggy of course. Happy driving Jake.”
Felton posted a photo of Abel’s electric cart decorated in blue tape, and the duo then teamed up to terrorise co-star Garret Dillahunt by covering his bike in toilet paper.
Felton adds, “Jake thought it wise to install some improvements to Garrett Dillahunt’s fold up bicycle. I agreed…”
The Youtube Channel Biggest Fan has uploaded a video in which we can see Tom and Jade walking with their dog, Timber. Another video from the same day was posted back on March 25 and you can watch it here.
Tom has started working with Sevenly to help END7, a grassroots campaign that seeks to raise money to expand access to NTD treatments and catalyze support for NTD control efforts to encourage major political and philanthropic leaders to increase funding for this important global health issue.