On the Set of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Jason Isaacs Gave Valuable Advice For Felton’s Career
Tom Feltoniconic performer of Draco Malfoy in the movies of Harry Potterrevealed very important career advice given by Jason Isaacsresponsible for the role of Lucius Malfoyon the filming set of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009), according to information from the Screen Rant.
Beside Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter), Emma Watson (Hermione) and Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley), Felton appeared in every movie in the main saga as the spoiled son of a Death Eateroften as the antagonist of the trio of friends, especially when Boy Who Lived. However, as the series progressed, Draco became more supportive, despite joining Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes).
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In Prince’s enigmethe full extent of the conversion from Draco to become a Death Eater was revealed, with the warlock confused in an attempt to kill Dumbledore under the orders of the great villain of the story created by J.K. Rowlingbut finding out how it failed to fulfill the request.
“He was incredibly supportive and gracious. It was an incredibly important relationship for me,” she recalled. Tom Felton on Jason Isaacs during an interview with The Guardian. “He never spoke to me as a child, and he showed me the way. Jason was a driving force in getting rid of my imposter syndrome.”
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I thought about how all I did was stand still and look miserable for a long time. He told me to get out of this. [Falou] how good I was, but could be so much better,” continued the actor. “To work on it. He told me to get in shape, learn to do an American accent and get a good US agent.”
like the career of Tom Felton post-Harry Potter illustrates, the actor did not hesitate to follow the advice of Isaacshow Screen Rant reported. The star has appeared in many films since the end of the franchise, such as Planet of the apes the origin (2011), Resurrection (2016) and ophelia (2018).
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