Tom Felton tears up watching and the Philosopher's Stone

He is known for embracing his fame and creating hilarious wizard-themed videos for his dedicated fans, known as Potterheads.

And Tom Felton's latest video has seen him watching the opening scenes of and the Philosopher's Stone for the first time in nearly 20 years, encouraging fans to watch along with him. 

But the actor, 33, who starred as Draco Malfoy in the eight-movie franchise, hardly managed to make it past the title sequence and theme tune before tearing up.

Emotional: Tom Felton got emotional as he watched the opening scenes of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone for the first time in nearly 20 years in a new fan video

Emotional: Tom Felton got emotional as he watched the opening scenes of and the Philosopher's Stone for the first time in nearly 20 years in a new fan video

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He explained to his fans that it was his first time watching in 'about 20 years' as he was overcome with emotion while returning to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

J.K Rowling's And The Philosopher's Stone was originally published in 1997, before hitting screens in 2001.

The franchise went on to be a series of eight movies following off from seven books, with the second part of And The Deathly Hallows released in 2010.

As Tom prepared to click play and watch the first film in the franchise, he jokingly read out the movie description in case fans 'hadn't heard of' the globally famous .

Teary-eyed: But the actor, 33, who starred as Draco Malfoy in the eight-movie franchise, hardly managed to make it past the title sequence and theme tune before tearing up

Teary-eyed: But the actor, 33, who starred as Draco Malfoy in the eight-movie franchise, hardly managed to make it past the title sequence and theme tune before tearing up

Return: Tom was overcome with emotion while returning to the wizarding world

Joking around: Explaining that the film was about an orphan discovering 'the mystery of his parents' deaths', he pretended to mispronounce Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson's names

Return: Tom was overcome with emotion while returning to the wizarding world

Explaining that the film was about an orphan discovering 'the mystery of his parents' deaths', he pretended to mispronounce Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson's names, adding that 'they sound good'.

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He then watched the first scene, where is left on the Dursley family's doorstep, and immediately teared up before saying: 'What? They are just leaving him on the doorstep?!'

The star desperately tried to hold it together as Albus Dumbledore bid farewell to before the magical title sequence rolled out for the first time.

Tom visibly became teary-eyed and put his head into his hands before saying 'it's mental' as the famous opening music, called Hedwig's Theme, rang out.

A young Daniel, now 31, then appeared on screen for the first time ever, playing the titular character of The Boy Who Lived.

Star: As Tom watched the first film (above, Tom and Daniel Radcliffe in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone), he read out the description in case fans 'hadn't heard of' Harry Potter

Star: As Tom watched the first film (above, Tom and Daniel Radcliffe in and the Philosopher's Stone), he read out the description in case fans 'hadn't heard of'

Memories: A young Daniel, now 31, then appeared on screen for the first time ever, playing the titular character of The Boy Who Lived

Memories: A young Daniel, now 31, then appeared on screen for the first time ever, playing the titular character of The Boy Who Lived

While watching the moment, Tom said in disbelief: 'God look at him! Radcliffe looks about five! Oh good lord!'

He adorably told himself to 'keep it together' as he couldn't help but get emotional while watching his co-stars appear on his screen for the first time in nearly 20 years.

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