Tom Felton Joins Sharon Stone In Sexual Thriller Attachment

Draco Malfoy in Harry Potter.
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Tom Felton may know a thing or two about playing a villainous-type, and his days of Harry Potter have likely trained him well in the art of sinister facial expressions, however the role he’s been recently cast him sounds especially creepy.

While Tony Kaye’s film Detachment ready to make its US debut later this month, his next project is a sexual thriller called Attachment, which will have Sharon Stone playing a teacher who cheats on her husband with one of her students. According to what Kaye told Coming Soon, Tom Felton has been cast to star opposite Stone, playing the student her character has an affair with. Beyond his Mrs. Robinson-esque sexual exploits, Felton will play the student antagonist, who apparently goes on to stalk Stone’s character, while dating her own daughter.

Felton appears to be keeping busy since his days of playing Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter films. His first post-Deathly Hallows role had him surrounded by primates in Rise of the Planet of the Apes. And coming up, he’s starring alongside Ashley Greene in Todd Lincoln’s The Apparition.

It’s good to see Felton continuing to branch out, though as a Harry Potter fan, the description for his character in Attachment certainly creates a bizarre mental picture.

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