The Deathly Hallows very successfully portrays the despair-filled journey of the wizarding trio.With dark undertones running through the cinematography, Part 1 of the Harry Potter finale is the film that deals more with the emotional stagnation of the characters and spends less time with action scenes and major plot points. Still, it'd be nice if fans got to see him on-screen more often. Rowling doesn't approve of your Draco Malfoy crush, it cannot be denied that Tom Felton is a dreamboat (remember when he was in The Borrowers? Draco may be an obnoxious jerk, but Felton clearly isn't, and any crush on him is totally justified.So what has Felton actually been up to since the day the world stood still, AKA the last day Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince: Part 2 played in theaters back in 2011?Being an actor in a franchise like Harry Potter may have helped him out financially quite a bit, but he hasn't stopped acting in the years since he last played Malfoy.
Not many boys could make Draco Malfoy seem appealing, but this actor really did.In 2010, Tom along with a few friends launched Six String Productions.A self-described "Indie label with a passion for new and vibrant talent" the company is devoted to allowing artists to direct how their music is handled.So let's catch up with our old buddy and bully and see what he's done in his post-Potter days.He may not be "the boy who lived," but he's still a boy who lived his teenage years as a Harry Potter star, and he's not afraid to make that known.