Harry Potter’s Tom Felton Recalls Avoiding Spoilers In The Midst Of Filming As Draco


One of the toughest challenges of playing a role in a book-adapted film franchise is when the upcoming books come before the movies do. Author J.K. Rowling has had to warn fans not to spoil the final Harry Potter book to avoid ruining it for those who haven’t read the book in one-shot like other fans have. It’s almost like fans love the idea of knowing something the general population may not know yet. Harry Potter’s Tom Felton understands that frustration as he had to do what he could to avoid spoilers while playing Draco Malfoy.

The Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince book came out in 2005 with the film adaptation coming out four years later. While celebrating the opening of the Warner Bros. Studio Tour’s Mandrakes and Magical Creatures expansion, Tom Felton told Metro that while he took his time to read the Harry Potter books, his friends were beating him to the punch. 

[But] I remember Half Blood Prince when that came out, me taking my time with it and then the phone constantly ringing, with friends trying to tell me, ‘Do you have any idea what happens to Dumbledore?!’ [I said] ‘No, please don’t give it to me!’ So I waited for as long as I could really, and obviously ultimately waited for the scripts to come out because there was obviously so much from the books that wasn’t able to be finished in there. I was thrilled to hear that we were able to put the last chapter into two parts – it sort of gave us more time to be able to enjoy each character’s final chapter.


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