Nobody overreact, but it turns out that Draco Malfoy appears for a sum total of just 31 minutes in all eight of the Harry Potter films. To put it in perspective that's about the same length of time as an episode of Selling Sunset. An account on Twitter made the shocking revelation earlier this week, and fans of the films have gone wild over the news.
In total the eight films span 19 hours and 40 minutes and although Tom Felton's character, Draco Malfoy has a huge impact on the story it turns out he only actually gets 31 minutes and 30 seconds of screen time.
Earlier this week Twitter user Alexsummersx tweeted a screenshot of the IMDB page for the film series, which showed the characters' total screentime, with Malfoy and his iconic locks coming in at just over half an hour.
The screenshot also showed that Neville Longbottom only gets a sum total of 28 minutes and 15 seconds and Professor McGonagall's screen time sits at 28 minutes and 45 seconds. Frankly, our minds are blown, and we're not the only ones. Soon after the tweet started doing the rounds online, fans quickly responded with shock, disbelief and also general support for Felton's short yet impactful performance.
the rest of the time he was living in harry's head rent free— live mas (@behbeeee) October 5, 2020
They literally should’ve done a whole film on the Malfoy family, their history and family as a whole is so interesting and they definitely didn’t give Draco the redemption he deserved he was a good person he just has no choice :(— aislinn 🎃BLM (@whatrparks) October 5, 2020
His father will definitely hear about this— Izzy (@Isabel__Eaton) October 5, 2020
All fair points, but more importantly, does anyone know what purple shampoo he uses?
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