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Downton Abbey movie ‘will be 84 year old Maggie Smith’s last appearance as Lady Violet Crawley’ – even if there is a sequel

Downton Abbey movie ‘will be 84 year old Maggie Smith’s last appearance as Lady Violet Crawley’ – even if there is a sequel

DAME Maggie Smith will make her “last appearance” as Lady Violet Crawley in Downton Abbey the movie. The 84-year-old actress has reprised her role as Dowager Countess of Grantham for the hotly anticipated film, which followed the success of the TV series , but she will not be returning if the franchise gets a sequel. Dame Maggie Smith will make her

Will there be a Downton Abbey movie sequel? Julian Fellowes hints this isn’t the end

Will there be a Downton Abbey movie sequel? Julian Fellowes hints this isn’t the end

THE Downton Abbey film has only just hit cinemas but already fans want to know if there will be a sequel. We take a look at the possibility of second trip to the famous mansion. Fans are already hoping for a Downton Abbey 2 film AP:Associated Press Will there be a Downton Abbey film sequel? Although it hasn’t been confirmed, there is a good possibility

Downton Abbey movie could get a sequel before the film is even out says show butler Jim Carter

Downton Abbey movie could get a sequel before the film is even out says show butler Jim Carter

DOWNTON Abbey butler Jim Carter has teased a movie sequel saying: “There’s plenty of room for more.” The acclaimed actor, who plays Mr Carson in the beloved drama, told This Morning hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby that the cast would love to return to the franchise. Downton Abbey’s Jim Carter teases movie sequel as there’s ‘plenty of room

Downton Abbey movie is pure fan service

Downton Abbey movie is pure fan service

Watch the new trailer now for the Downton Abbey Film, only in theatres this September. If you haven’t seen at least some of the six series of TV put out about the toffy Crawley family and the mishmash of downstairs servants, you’re not going to get anything out of this movie sequel. But if you have followed the various dramas of Robert Crawley, the

The Downton Abbey movie was inspired by a real-life royal visit of King George V and Queen Mary – and it was just as dramatic

The Downton Abbey movie was inspired by a real-life royal visit of King George V and Queen Mary – and it was just as dramatic

THIS weekend, fans will flock to the cinema to watch the highly-anticipated Downton Abbey film . But did you know the movie is actually inspired by a real-life royal visit to an aristocrat’s home in 1912? It’s based on a real-life visit to Wentworth Woodhouse Alamy In fact, the Mirror report that the movie plot was actually based on the King and Queen

The Downton Abbey film was inspired by a real-life royal visit of King George V and Queen Mary – and it was just as dramatic

The Downton Abbey film was inspired by a real-life royal visit of King George V and Queen Mary – and it was just as dramatic

THIS weekend, fans will flock to the cinema to watch the highly-anticipated Downton Abbey film . But did you know the movie is actually inspired by a real-life royal visit to an aristocrat’s home in 1912? It’s based on a real-life visit to Wentworth Woodhouse Alamy In fact, the Mirror report that the movie plot was actually based on the King and Queen

How did Downton Abbey end and where does the movie pick up?

How did Downton Abbey end and where does the movie pick up?

FANS are quite literally chomping at the bit for the Downton Abbey film. It’s been almost four years since we have had a glimpse of the Grantham family and their fabulous home – here’s what happened in the last episode and what you can expect from the movie. The Downton Abbey film is hitting cinemas AP:Associated Press How did the Downton Abbey TV