Just because Harry Potter's over doesn't mean Draco Malfoy is going to give up his dastardly deeds — especially when they come at Ron Weasley's expense.
Tom Felton, who played the Slytherin bully in the Harry Potter films, couldn't resist pranking former costar and real-life buddy Rupert Grint (he'll always be Ron to us) outside the Broadway theater where Grint has been performing in "It's Only a Play."
Rather than showing up to see the show like a normal person, Felton took the opportunity to don a long brown wig and pose as a rabid Harry Potter fan desperate to get Grint's attention. His alter ego, "Bob," then waited outside the theater with other autograph-seekers after Thursday's performance.
“Tom was in a disguise to pull a prank on Rupert,” a friend of Felton told Page Six of the stunt. “The pair have a long history of playing pranks on each other on the set and off. Eventually Tom revealed himself to Rupert. It was hilarious.”
Alas, Daniel Radcliffe and his trusty Invisibility Cloak were nowhere to be found. Felton ended up seeing the actual play on Saturday. Your move, Grint. (Page Six)