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'Downton Abbey' Movie Is Coming This September And The First Look Photos Are Here

'Downton Abbey' Movie Is Coming This September And The First Look Photos Are Here

The exquisite photoshoot has many familiar faces including Hugh Bonneville, Laura Carmichael, Michelle Dockery, Maggie Smith, and several others and it is all you need to get you into the Downton Abbey spirit.

The Crawleys are finally here and fans can't wait to witness the royal mania hit Downton Abbey. And we now have the first look photos of the much-anticipated movie based on the popular British TV series. Yes, sadly, we may not be getting a new season of the iconic period drama but hey, a movie sounds just about exciting. 

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Just months after we were graced with the first trailer of the Downton Abbey movie, the cast reunites once again for a magnificent photoshoot for Vanity Fair and it has just piqued our curiosity to know what's in store for us. The first-look photos manage to beautifully present almost all the cast members from the period drama based on the lives of those who lived upstairs and downstairs in the prestigious estate of Downton Abbey.

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The photoshoot has many familiar faces including that of Hugh Bonneville, Laura Carmichael, Michelle Dockery, Maggie Smith, and several others. These shoots are all you need to get you into the Downton Abbey spirit and honestly, we can't wait for the movie to release. Captured by Mark Neville Studio, the Crawleys and the staff of Downton look exquisite as always and we are all set to see the drama unfold.  

Check out some of the pictures here: 



 

 

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The show was inspired by the 1970s BBC series "Upstairs, Downstairs" and it is about what really happens between the upstairs nobles who interact with the downstairs servants. The series creator Julian Fellowes has penned the movie’s script, while Michael Engler — who directed finale of the show in 2015 — will serve as the director. 

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In its six seasons, the series has amassed 3 Golden Globe Awards, 15 Primetime Emmy Awards, and 69 Emmy nominations in total. And this is a mere testament to the accolades that the show has received over the years. Downton Abbey even earned a Special BAFTA award and a Guinness World Record for the highest critically rated TV show along the way. 

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Laura Carmichael, who plays Lady Edith in the Downton Abbey movie, said that she was overwhelmed by the upcoming movie. “I can’t imagine that anyone feels about Downton the way that I do,” she told Harper's Bazaar. “It changed my life in the most dramatic way possible. If I hear the theme music, I can get a bit emotional."

“The shoot was fun, we had a really good time. It felt very comfortable going back and lovely to be with everyone again. There’s so much affection for the show and we feel that as well,” Laura added. The upcoming Downton Abbey movie is releasing on September 20 and you can watch the trailer here: 

 



 

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