Tom Felton has an interview with Australian local newspaper The Chronicle, talking about moving on from Harry Potter and how his career has changed since then.
On moving on from portraying Draco Malfoy, Felton says, "I'd be lying if I said I didn't miss him. It was a great ability to vent all the frustration and anger of day to day life through him. He was very good fun and it got more interesting as the years got on, which was nice.(At the end of the series) there was an inkling of hope for him, a lot of it is left unsaid which is one of the beauties of the book. It is kind of left up to the audiences interpretation. It was nice to see some good side of him at least."
He also adds that his upcoming roles, saying they’re very different to Potter - "Right now I am working on an English period drama called Belle," he said. A lot of the things I have been working on the release dates are a bit up in the air for next year, so lots of things to look forward to including a film called Therese and mini TV series Labyrinth. The one I am playing now is not such a nice guy. But I won't lie, I do enjoy playing people that aren't so friendly or nice. But I actually have some other chances to play other things as well, one quite heroic and one very sickly meek child type role, so very different and very contrasting and I am hoping that broadens my horizons."