Draco Malfoy fans can't handle that he only had 31 minutes of screen time during the entire 'Harry Potter' saga
Draco Malfoy was only 31 minutes on screen in the entire "Harry Potter" film series. Warner bros.
Someone has counted the total minutes of screen time Tom Felton had for Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter series and the fans are shocked.
According to IMDB statistics, Felton was on the screen in 19 hours and 40 minutes of "Harry Potter" footage for 31 minutes and 30 seconds.
Fans are shocked that such a prominent character had so little airtime.
There were also cries of injustice over Sirius Black and the Weasley twins, who only had 20 minutes on screen each.
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Draco Malfoy fans are calling for justice after they learned that Tom Felton's character had only 31.5 minutes of screen time throughout the "Harry Potter" movie saga.
A fan named Alex used IMDB stats to sum up the time some of the main characters were on screen and shared them on Twitter.
"The fact that Draco Malfoy was only in 31 minutes during the WHOLE of the Harry Potter franchise (19 hours and 40 minutes) doesn't suit me," they said.
Some fans can't handle the news, insisting that Malfoy would have had more character development had he been more on screen.
"Draco is definitely the best character," tweeted a fan. "They ended up cutting off the scene where he ran back to Harry. Stupid Mfs pissed him off when he could really have had a character development. PEOPLE ASK MORE SCREEN TIME FOR DRACO. "
Others found it funny how obsessed Harry Potter and his best friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger were with Malfoy when they interacted with him so little.
"Draco Malfoy has the main character's energy," said one fan. "He lives in mine, and Harry Potter's rent frees the whole show."
"It's really wild that Draco Malfoy only had 31 minutes of physical screen time, but the entire series run time of the golden trio was only thinking of him," said another Twitter user. "Certainly negative, but he's still there. In the back of my mind. Literally just posted like he owned the damn place."
Felton's commitment to the role didn't go unnoticed either. Several fans noted that during a decade of filming he bleached his hair to death only to be on screen for half an hour.
"Tom Felton also had to dye his hair for 10 years just to have 30 minutes of screen time," said one fan. "He and Draco deserve better."
While Draco was in Stan 's arms, others used the new information to confirm what they already thought of Malfoy.
"When are you going to accept that he's a supporting character?" asked a Twitter user.
"Girl Harry himself refused to accept that Draco was a minor character," replied a Malfoy fan to the allegations. "All with a touch of shame and Harry was sure it was the blond kid in the snake house."
There were also cries of injustice about other characters and their lack of screen time. Sirius Black and the Weasley twins, for example, were only at the movies for 20 minutes each. Dobby the house elf only had 11 minutes and 15 seconds in total.
At the other end of the spectrum, Harry, Ron and Hermione were on the screen for 539 minutes, 15 seconds, 211 minutes, 45 seconds and 205 minutes, respectively.
Despite Harry being the main character, there are apparently 10 hours out of 19 that Harry isn't even on screen.
Malfoy has seen a resurgence thanks to TikTok
Draco has been on the minds of many fans lately thanks to the popularity of DracoTok - people who post thirsty videos about the Slytherin wizard on TikTok.
Felton himself finally responded to the trend in September with a reaction video titled, "POV: [Tom Felton] is watching him react to your #racracok videos."
POV: See how @ t22felton reacts to your ## dracotok videos? ## amidoingthisrightyet? ## TikTom
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You can follow Felton's further adventures on TikTok here.
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