Downton Abbey to go back with 2nd movie this Christmas


Downton Abbey is returning for a 2nd movie this Christmas, it’s been introduced.

The sequel will characteristic the unique forged, which incorporates Dame Maggie Smith, Hugh Bonneville, Laura Carmichael and Jim Carter, with the brand new additions of Hugh Dancy, Laura Haddock, Nathalie Baye and Dominic West.

It all started manufacturing closing week and is about to be launched in cinemas on 22 December, manufacturers stated.

It’s going to be written through Downton author Julian Fellowes and directed through My Week With Marilyn’s Simon Curtis.

Pronouncing the movie, manufacturer and Carnival Motion pictures govt chairman Gareth Neame stated: “After an excessively difficult 12 months with such a lot of folks separated from friends and family, this can be a massive convenience to suppose that higher instances are forward and that subsequent Christmas we will be able to be reunited with the much-beloved characters of Downton Abbey.”

Hugh Bonneville joined in on Twitter through posting an image of himself dressed in a face masks and retaining up an image of the solid with the caption: “Excellent to be again.”

Bonneville, who performs the Earl of Grantham within the display, in the past stated that the COVID-19 pandemic had avoided forged and team making plans a sequel.

Highclere Castle, Berkshire
Highclere Fortress, Berkshire, the place the collection is filmed

He informed The Graham Norton Display: “We would cherish to do it and there’s a nice intent, however slightly factor known as coronavirus helps to keep moving into the way in which.

“There’s a script, however no longer the entire geese are in a row but – they’re under no circumstances within the pond.”

The primary Downton film used to be launched in 2019 to mediocre critiques.

It adopted the vastly common TV collection, filmed at Highclere Fortress in Berkshire, that informed the tale of the aristocratic Crawley circle of relatives and the downstairs servants at their Yorkshire nation property.


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