‘I would accept any chance to be a Malfoy again,’ says Tom Feltonby Marcelo Neves
One of the actors who least distanced themselves from Harry Potter after the release of The Deathly Hallows, Tom Felton stated that he would accept to play Draco Malfoy in theatres again, during an interview with the American news portal People.
“Are you asking me if I would dye my hair blond again to play Draco? I’m sure of it! Both him and Lucius. I’d even play the draco child if they wanted to! I would gladly accept any chance of being a Malfoy again.”– Tom Felton
Tom Felton and the cast of Harry Potter
In addition to the proximity to the Harry Potter films, Tom Felton said he keeps in touch with the cast, especially with Jason Isaacs, who played Lucius Malfoy, Matthew Lewis the Neville, and James and Oliver Phelps, the Weasley twins.
“It’s like we’re a separate family, where we’re all part of something we don’t talk about much. But when we meet, in a minute Rupert already starts talking about his new car or any other subject. It’s a lot of fun” he said.
The actor also stated that he talks to the protagonists of the franchise – Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter), Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) and Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley).
“The day of these I was talking separately with Rupert, Daniel and Emma. I said to them, ’20 years, can you believe it?’ They’re still the same! Rupert hasn’t changed at all!” he adds.
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