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Draco Malfoy Bumped Into His Son Scorpius At The Movie Theatre!

today12 June 2021

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His father will hear about this!

After a whole decade, Draco Malfoy finally reunites with his son Scorpius, and at the movie theatre of all places! I mean, of course it’s not actually Draco and Scorpius, but rather the actors who portray them — Tom Felton and his on-screen son Bertie Gilbert. The surprise encounter (which was no doubt made possible by the use of a Time-Turner) took place at the Backyard Cinema in Wandsworth Plain, London, where Felton was seeing the new In the Heights movie by Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Excited by the counter, Felton snapped a photo of himself and Gilbert before sharing it on Instagram for the whole world to know!

 

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The photo is captioned with,

“When Draco sat next to Scorpius. Completely by chance!”

He continued with a snake emoji, referencing the serpent logo for Slytherin,

“Was such a lovely coincidence before sitting down to watch @intheheightsmovie ?? ? x”

In the picture, The Flash actor pointed to Gilbert’s phone, which displayed a throwback picture of the entire Malfoy clan by the Hogwarts Express on the movie set. Just 14 years old when Part 2 of the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows premiered, Gilbert looked all grown up, sporting black-framed glasses and a floppy ‘do.

Sadly, the Malfoy family recently lost one of its own.

Actress Helen McCrory, who played Draco’s mom Narcissa in the series, died in April following a battle with cancer. Felton paid tribute to her in a heartfelt Instagram post, saying,

 

“So sad to say farewell so suddenly – I never took the chance to tell her, but she helped shape me as a person so much – on & off-screen.”

 

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*Cover image via Warner Bros Pictures

Written by: Farah Qistina


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