Garret Dillahunt (Raising Hope), Tom Felton (Harry Potter), and Jake Abel (The Host) have officially signed to star in Ghosts of the Pacific, a WWII thriller based on a true story about three Navy airmen stranded in the South Pacific Ocean in 1942 after their plane crashes. With the American Film Company on board, production is set to commence on April 15th at Baja Studios.
According to the press release, American Film Company President Brian Falk will make his directorial debut with Ghosts of the Pacific. The American Film Company has latched onto the project because the company focuses on depicting compelling true stories from American history. Written by Mark David Keegan and Falk, Ghosts will begin production on April 15th at the Baja Studios, home to the world’s largest outdoor water tank, which was also used in James Cameron’s Titanic.
Tom’s new movie definitely sounds compelling, especially since he’ll be acting alongside other popular actors. Do you think the concept of “Ghosts of the Pacific” is promising?
Recently we’ve been hearing about the “Hogwarts” effect- the magical turning of awkward preteens into attractive young adults. Is it true? We’ve seen plenty of evidence, but the magical community has actually decide. What do you think?
Emma’s mentioned her crush on Tom Felton in interviews before, but in this one, brought to us by gather, she goes way more in-depth.
“Between the ages of ten and 12 I had a really terrible crush on Tom Felton, to the extent that I would go into work in the morning and look down the numbers on the call sheet to see if he was going to be in.
We love a bad guy, he was a few years older and he had a skateboard—and that just did it really.
He totally knew and the thing is that he’d tell everyone, ‘I see her in a younger, sisterly way’, and it just broke my heart. It still does.”
Poor Emma! Ah well, she’s obviously moved on, considering she now admits to a crush on Ryan Gosling.
This is an older video from the time of the Deathly Hallows II release, but that almost makes it more interesting to watch now. From Ralph Fiennes to Emma Watson, most of the Harry Potter cast laughs while sharing their favorite spoken lines. What a series, and what a cast!
We really miss these guys. They were such a fun group, and their performances will have such an everlasting effect on our lives. Which lines were your favorite?
The lovely Tom Felton, who plays Draco Malfoy, is starring in a new film called ‘Grace and Danger’. Sound a bit familiar to you?
Grace and Danger -> Granger Danger
Grace and Danger is set in WWII France. Seven Allied soldiers rescue a young woman from a village massacre, and promise to escort her to safety. When Nazi S.S. officers pick up their trail, the journey becomes a savage battle for survival – one that threatens to destroy their humanity. -by Rhys Hayward
Thanks to Digital Spy, we get a little behind-the-scene clip from the Wizard’s Collection DVD/Blu Ray set, where the Quidditch scene from the Chamber of Secrets is discussed. And you can get a glimpse of a young Daniel Radcliffe and Tom Felton discuss what they’re supposed to do.
A new behind-the-scenes video from the Harry Potter Wizard’s Collection has debuted online.
In the 90-second preview, released through Sugarscape, a young Daniel Radcliffe and Tom Felton are seen playfully squabbling on Quidditch brooms as they prepare to film a scene from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
Director Chris Columbus also discusses the teething problems with effects in the early movies, saying: “The visual effects in the first film were done towards the end of shooting. So we didn’t have enough time to really get them to where we wanted them to be.
“In the second film I wanted the visual effects to be much better than the first, so what we did is we shot those sequences first. It really enabled us to spend five, six extra months on Quidditch.”
Yes, you heard right. Tom Felton disguises himself and goes behind the scenes at Leavesden Studios
He told the British magazine “The People” all about it:
“I really enjoy just queuing up with everyone else, collecting my ticket and enjoying it all over gain. Everyone’s so caught up in the magic of it all that no one even notices me…
“I have a wealth of happy memories at Leavesden so if I feel a bit down or miss the place, I just go there and do the tour. I pretty much grew up there so it’s like a second home. It’s fantastic that I can just go back and check out my old stomping ground. It really picks you up.”