HARRY Potter fans were blown away to learn that Draco Malfoy had just 31 minutes of screen time across the entire saga.
British actor Tom Felton played Harry’s Slytherin nemesis for a decade – over the course of the eight film adaptions.
But it turns out that Tom was had just 31 minutes on screen and only features on screen in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix for one minute and 15 seconds, according to a resurfaced rundown of characters’ screen time on IMDb.
Harry Potter enthusiasts have been left gobsmacked after discovering the total screen time, with one writing: “I did not realise that, that’s crazy.”
Another stunned Twitter user commented: “I can’t believe Tom Felton was only in Harry Potter for 31 minutes.”
A third shocked fan penned: “The Harry Potter franchise is 20 hours long and our main man Draco is only on screen for 31 minutes.”
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A fourth fan questioned: “You mean to tell me that Draco Malfoy, Harry's biggest enemy throughout his entire time at Hogwarts, who was one of the most recurring characters after the golden trio, only had 31 minutes of screen time in the whole almost 20 hours of Harry Potter movies? How is that possible?”
Tom rocketed to fame as the troublemaking Slytherin student often causing Harry a series of problems thanks to his bullying antics and evil family.
Despite being one of the most well-known characters, Draco only graced our screens for just slightly more than half an hour.
Although it is unclear if the screen time includes moments when the person is in shot but not the main character on screen.
Another fan posted: “The fact Draco Malfoy was only in 31 minutes throughout the whole of the Harry Potter franchise (19 hrs and 40 minutes) just doesn’t sit right with me”
With one fan suggesting: “I feel like Draco deserves his own film/spin off show.”
SCREEN TIME FOR HARRY POTTER CHARACTERS
539:15 Harry Potter
211:45 Ron Weasley
205:00 Hermione Granger
77:15 Albus Dumbledore
45:45 Rubeus Hagrid
43:15 Severus Snape
37:15 Lord Voldemort
31:30 Draco Malfoy
30:15 Ginny Weasley
28:45 Minerva McGonagall
28:15 Neville Longbottom
26:00 Remus Lupin
20:45 Sirius Black
20:00 George Weasley
19:30 Fred Weasley
18:45 Horace Slughorn
17:15 Luna Lovegood
16:00 Dolores Umbridge
15:15 Lucius Malfoy
10:30 Bellatrix Lestrange
Tom has gone on to secure a slew of acting roles since the final flick in 2011.
Surprisingly, the main antagonist Lord Voldemort played by Ralph Fiennes had a screen time of just 37 minutes and 15 seconds, while Ron played by Rupert Grint and Hermione potrayed by Emma Watson was both given a total of three and a half hours.
Harry Potter played by Daniel Radcliffe tallied the most camera time appearing on screen for nearly nine hours out of a total of 19 hours and 40 minutes runtime.
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