Downton Abbey Movie Sequence at Carnival Films
In an interview with The Hollywood ReporterGareth Neame, president of Carnival Films, has confirmed that he is already developing a possible sequel to Downton Abbey, which was a continuation of the award-winning series.
The movie opened in theaters last September and grossed more than $ 180 million worldwide. The movie is now available on Digital and will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on December 17, which you can pre-order now. clicking here!
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"We're having these conversations. We're working on what the story is and when we can do it. But it's the same the first time: we have to try to get everyone back together. And that was very challenging." Neame said.
Blu-ray, DVD and Digital bonus features from the first film will include deleted scenes, exclusive cast roundtable interviews, a recap of the series, commentary by director Michael Engler, and articles including The Royal Visit, True to the Twenties, Welcome to Downton Abbey and The Brilliance of Julian Fellowes.
The critically acclaimed show's main cast returned to the film, including award-winning actress Dame Maggie Smith, Hugh Bonneville, Laura Carmichael, Michelle Dockery and Elizabeth McGovern. In addition to the original cast, Oscar nominee Imelda Staunton (Malevolent Doctor Who), Geraldine James (Sherlock Holmes), David Haig (Killing Eve), Tuppence Middleton (Sense8), Simon Jones, Kate Phillips and Stephen Campbell Moore also appeared. in the movie.
Also returning from the series is Oscar-winning creator Julian Fellowes, who wrote the script for the film and also acted as a producer alongside Gareth Neame and Liz Trubridge. Downton Abbey's film was directed by Michael Engler. Series producer Nigel Marchant has also returned to executive production.
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The television series Downton Abbey followed the lives of the Crawley family and the servants who worked for them at the turn of the twentieth century in an English Edwardian cottage. Over 6 seasons, the series has won 3 Golden Globe Awards, 15 Primetime Emmy Awards, a special BAFTA Award and 69 Emmy Nominations in total, making Downton Abbey the most nominated non-American television program in Emmys history – coming up. to win a Guinness World Record for the highest rated TV show along the way.
Downton Abbey's movie is a Carnival Movies production, with Focus Features and Universal Pictures, managed its international distribution.