Harry Potter's Tom Felton Looks Drastically Different In New Film
If you thought Draco Malfoy was a wrong un, then wait until you see what Tom Felton's up to in his Netflix new movie.
The Brit actor, famous for making young 'arry's life an absolute misery, looks unrecognisable as The Grand Guignol, an otherworldly boogeyman, in the upcoming children's fantasy A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting.
With dark, lank hair, a series of pretty gnarly scars across his head and demonic eyes, it's certainly a change of pace from the blonde locks he had as a child star.
The film, set to hit our screens on 15 October, centres on high school freshman Kelly Ferguson (Tamara Smart) who begrudgingly agrees to babysit Jacob Zellman (Ian Ho) on Halloween and is introduced to a secret society.
The official Netflix synopsis reads: "In order to keep Jacob safe from harm, Kelly teams with no-nonsense chapter Vice President Liz Lerue (Oona Laurence), tech genius Berna Vincent (Troy Leigh-Anne Johnson), creature expert Cassie Zhen (Lynn Masako Cheng) and potions master Curtis Critter (Ty Consiglio) to defeat a Boogeyman known as "The Grand Guignol" (Tom Felton), a glamorous witch named "Peggy Drood" (Indya Moore) and their legion of mysterious monsters."
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The movie was directed by Rachel Talalay (Sherlock, Riverdale), and produced by Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters, Kindergarten Cop, Space Jam) and Amie Karp, with Naia Cucukov, Tom Pollock, and Ilona Herzberg executive producing.
If this all seems a little too sinister for you, however, then you could always tune into Adam Sandler's Halloween offering, Hubie Halloween.
The 'hilarious family film' centres on Hubie Dubois (Sandler), a simple soul who just wants to make sure everyone is enjoying themselves safely this Halloween. And while it's usually a thankless task for poor Hubie, this year is different.
The official synopsis says: "Hubie Dubois (Adam Sandler) thanklessly spends every Halloween making sure the residents of his hometown, Salem, celebrate safely and play by the rules.
"But this year, an escaped criminal and a mysterious new neighbour have Hubie on high alert. When people start disappearing, it's up to Hubie to convince the police (Kevin James, Kenan Thompson) and townsfolk that the monsters are real, and only he can stop them."
It's safe to say, since the trailer came out last month not everyone has had many kind words to say about it, with some claiming it's Sandler making good on his promise of making a truly awful movie as payback for missing out on an Oscar for Uncut Gems last year.
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