Downton Abbey film sequel is coming next spring
People can’t have enough mid-20th century drama, but they’re just going to have to wait a little longer, Deadline confirms. the Downton abbey The sequel to the film, a Focus Features project, which has been confirmed for December 2021, is now set for March 18, 2022.
Hugh Dancy, Laura Haddock, Nathalie Baye and Dominic West join the cast for the September 2019 sequel Downton abbey movie. Simon Curtis (My week with Marilyn) directs the film, written by Downton series creator Julian Fellowes, Gareth Neame and Liz Trubridge.
Original message, 12/02/19
Turn on the kettle and dust off the porcelain: tea on a possible Downton abbey the rest is here. After six seasons on PBS and a reunion movie in 2019, producer Gareth Neame has confirmed Hollywood journalist that the team behind the British series is “working” on another component.
Fans have been clamoring for a sequel since the film’s release in September and have shown their passion at the box office, with the film making $ 185 million worldwide. Neame said THR, “We’re working on what the story is, and when we might be able to do it. But it’s the same as the first time: we have to try to bring everyone together again. And it was. very difficult.”
Back in September, before Downtonthe arc of the big screen, Hollywood journalist Neame asked about the possibility of a sequel. His response at the time? “All we have to do here is get the fans out of their homes and buy tickets to go see it, because people are used to watching at home… And if it works really well then we would do another, “he said, adding:” We have early ideas of what we might do next, if that happens. ”
While getting the cast together upstairs and downstairs for a sequel can prove to be an obstacle, a few of the cast have already confirmed they will commit. In September, Allen Leech (who plays Tom Branson), Michelle Dockery (Lady Mary), Laura Carmichael (Lady Edith) and Sophie McShera (Daisy) confirmed THR that they would be open to return. “It would be very interesting to see what happens,” Leech said. “I think we’d all be willing to do it. It all depends on how this one does it. If people really like it and there really is an appetite, then why don’t we? “
Neame confirmed that while discussions about a sequel were “vaguely” before release, the team members were “kind of holding our breath.” He added: “The reaction to the film, the press tour of the US and the preparation for the release was so strong we thought about it. And then it was clear from the first weekend that it was worth it. ‘to be taken very seriously. “
While discussions of a continuation are still tentative, don’t count Maggie Smith (Dowager Countess) out of the sequel. Asked by THR about the film’s ending, which suggested his character was terminally ill, he proposed, “All I would say is that one of the things that has been commented on over the years about Downton is that we had a lot of medical diagnostic errors. “
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