Felton became famous for his breakout role as the snake-like (pun intended) antagonist, “Draco Malfoy.”
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After the ‘HP’ series wrapped, Felton remained wildly popular among “Potterheads” and hasn’t quite shaken his Malfoy character.
Well, it looks to be serving him well because the UK native (kind of) reprised his role as the Slytherin ring-leader for Uber Eats Australia.
Their latest ad campaign is “Get Almost Almost Anything.”
Tom Felton Gets Back To His Slytherin Roots!
The delivery company dropped their ad in Australia earlier this week, and it opens with Felton longingly looking at a photo of himself as Malfoy.
He then gets the genius idea to use Uber Eats to order “magic.”
Suddenly, his doorbell rings, and a magic wand levitates from an Uber Eats bag.
Tom Felton Becomes A “WANTED MAN” Due To Magic
Sadly, returning to his magical roots causes him to become a man on the run!
In the commercial, Felton accidentally incinerates his neighbor, “Jim Murray,” while trying to help make his bag of leaves disappear with his wand.
A massive search party gets underway, and everywhere Felton looks… he’s reminded of his misdeed to “Jim.”
SPOILER ALERT AHEAD.
The commercial ends with Felton’s face pressed against a cop car before being transported back home.
He enjoys a bowl of ice cream with Ice Magic chocolate syrup.
The ad reads, “Magic… NO. Ice Magic… YES.”
Fans of Felton, ‘HP,’ and Malfoy praised his performance in the comments section of YouTube.
One fan wrote, “One of the best ads in the world.”
“Magic, Ice Cream, and Tom. What more could you possibly want?” another commenter wrote.
“It’s the best thing I have ever seen,” an additional comment read.
And the cherry on top of the Ice Magic ice cream is, “Best video I’ve seen this week.”
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“Derry Girls” and “Bridgerton” breakout star Nicola Coughlan also stars as Uber Eats Australia’s latest celebrity ambassador.
Coughlan finds herself watching “Pride & Prejudice” and craving a “period romance.”
Upon searching it in her Uber Eats app, the doorbell rings, and she’s met by her own strapping young “Mr. Darcy.”
While this seems like a dream come true to Nicola, unfortunately, the “Mr. Darcy” sent to her has a fetish for her bare ankles. He can’t seem to get a grip.
What’s worse, he pees in various “chamber spots” and contemplates what dowry he’s set to receive.
Nicola’s ‘Period Romance’ Isn’t So Romantic!
The ad concludes with “Mr. Darcy” carrying his urine down in a rice maker and Nicola telling him, “Not a chamber pot.”
“Period Romance… NO. Period Relief… YES,” the ending shot of the ad reads.
Once again, Uber Eats hit the mark with its audience.
“I wish all commercials were this great. This is brilliant. Funny! Loved it!” one person wrote.
Another added, “Thank you for FEEDING US a Bridgerton Crumb during the long wait for Season 3.”