Tom: I forget which game it was, but it was a couple of years ago, where one of the other Harry Potter characters and I, we played on the dueling, you know, on the - I think it was the Nintendo Wii when it first came out with all the spells.
But I sucked, man. I kept losing. Like Draco was the worst character to play with, I swear. So, I think they made him on purpose, they made him slightly worse just to remind everyone that he’s not a good character and he shouldn’t beat the good guys.
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Rupert Grint, Warwick Davis, Tom Felton, Evanna Lynch Photo call at the worldwide Grand Opening cast and crew junket for the opening of Warner Bros. Studio Tour London on March, 29.
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In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Tom Felton’s character, Draco Malfoy, gets hurt when he insults a Hippogiff and has to be carried to the hospital wing by Hagrid (Robbie Coltrane). “Hagrid has to pick me up,” Tom explains, “and for that to work size-wise they had to build a miniature model of me that was 30 percent smaller than myself.” The model of a smaller Draco successfully gave the illusion of a larger Hagrid, but not without some unforeseen consequences.
“My mum was there that day,” says Tom, “and I was like, ‘Wow look at me! It’s me lying dead on the floor!” My mum was just horrified. She nearly went faint. I was asking whether we could take it home,” he laughs. “I thought it was a brilliant thing to put in your bed. You know, pretend you’re sleeping and make a run or something like that. But she was not impressed at all, she was horrified- which is a credit to the people who made it. Obviously it did look just like me if it managed to scare my mum!”