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Downton Abbey's cast will return for a feature-length film

Downton Abbey's cast will return for a feature-length film

No details yet about where the story will pick up with the Crawley family.

The original cast is set to return for the movie, which was written by series creator Julian Fellowes.

The long-rumored movie has been greenlit and is heading into production. Julian " s [Fellowes, who created the show] script charms, thrills and entertains and in Brian Percival's hands we aim to deliver everything that one would hope for as "Downton' comes to the big screen".

Several stars of the series have publicly spoken about their eagerness for a movie, and once the production was made public, they posted their excitement, including Michelle Dockery (who played Lady Mary) and Hugh Bonneville (Robert Crawley). The show's narrative started in 1912, at the time the Titanic sunk, and followed the Crawleys through the horrors of World War I, and left us at the tail end of 1925.

The Crawleys are returning. this time to the big screen.

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Joanne Froggatt, who played Anna Bates, tweeted a photo of herself with co-stars Michelle Dockery and Dame Maggie Smith.

The outlet notes that "not every recurring character" will appear in the Downton Abbey film - which is understandable considering that the series' main, recurring character, and guest cast lists rival the size of Game of Thrones'.

The gamechanging Downton Abbey followed the lives of the Crawley family and the servants who worked for them for six seasons on the UK's ITV and PBS' Masterpiece in the USA, garnering a massive worldwide following and helping to kick-off the so-called new golden age of television while making period drama chic again - we also learned terms like "entail" and, famously, mused "what is a weekend?"

Carnival Films is a division of NBCUniversal International Studios and one of the UK's leading drama producers. Remember when the Turkish diplomat Kemal Pamuk (Theo James) suddenly died of a heart attack in the most intimate, arguably scandalous of moments, or when Lady Sybil (Jessica Brown-Findlay) passed away after giving birth, or when Matthew (Dan Stevens) flipped his auto over and died (a lot of characters were killed off on Downton Abbey)? It won three Golden Globes and 15 Emmys from 69 nominations, according to The Guardian.

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