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Downton Abbey to be made into 3rd movie

16:13, May 14

A third film will be made based on Downton Abbey. The beloved period drama will see the return of fan favorites including Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern, Michelle Dockery, and Laura Carmichael.

The news was confirmed by the show's organizers, who announced that there would be a "third film in the beloved Downton Abbey franchise."

Simon Curtis will return to direct after directing the second movie. He directed 2022's Downton Abbey: A New Age, which follows the Grantham family as it is revealed that Lady Violet Crawley has been given a villa in the south of France. Much of the film takes place in this idyllic location, and the family learns that Violet will bequeath the property to her great-granddaughter, Sybbie.

Almost nothing is known about the plot of the new movie, which will also feature exciting new actors Joely Richardson, Alessandro Nivola, Simon Russell Beale, Artie Fruschan, and many other fan favorites.

The first two Downton Abbey films grossed a whopping £220 million at the box office.

In the first movie of 2019, Hugh Bonneville and Elizabeth McGovern played the Earl and Countess of Grantham. Along with Maggie Smith as the Dowager Countess, the two are back in the 2022 sequel, Downton Abbey: A New Age.

The ITV drama series itself debuted in 2010 and ran until 2015, with the first of two films released in 2019.

But just weeks after The Daily Mail reported that a seventh season of the series would be airing after an eight-year hiatus, The Sun reported that the shooting on a third movie was also scheduled to begin.

The filming of the sequel will reportedly begin in the summer, with an international release scheduled for 2025.


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