Tom Felton is going to try his hand at being a rapper now that his famous film franchise is coming to an end as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 hits theaters.
Meanwhile, Daniel Radcliffe will continue to pursue his Broadway and movie career; Emma Watson has a couple of film projects lined up; and Rupert Grint simply wants to land a role that will allow him to kiss Juliette Lewis (he also has a few movies in the works, so there's a chance that he'll get the chance sometime in his career). In short, Felton's costars are taking advantage of their Harry Potter fame to keep the acting jobs coming in.
Not to say that Tom Felton is suffering from any shortage of movie roles -- he's been cast in The Apparition with Twilight star Ashley Greene and in Rise of the Planet of the Apes with James Franco, after all. However, he risks throwing away his chance at a serious acting career by taking up rapping -- it's generally not the best thing to get into once you're already famous (you've got to start from the street).
However, bad boy Draco Malfoy could perhaps carve a niche for himself doing wizard rap -- he could turn spells into beats that apply to street. He's hoping to do some N-Dubz style stuff, but it's hard to see how he'll be taken very seriously, considering the fact that the N-Dubz members all grew up around drugs, gang culture, and poverty. It also doesn't help that he makes comments like this: "I'm going to change my image - backward caps, the lot." If Tom Felton thinks he'll be taken seriously because he wears his hat backwards, boy, is he in for a surprise (and it's even worse that he's talking about making the image change). So instead of following in the footsteps of his idol Dappy, T-Felt is more likely to become a laughingstock like K-Fed.
It's just a shame that Tom Felton can't wave a magic wand around and give himself rapping skills (or at least cast an Obliviate spell on himself to rid his mind of the idea of becoming a rapper).