Downton Abbey: A New Era – an historical drama film and the sequel to the 2019 film Downton Abbey


Downton Abbey: A New Era is an upcoming historical drama film and the sequel to the 2019 film Downton Abbey. Both films were written by Julian Fellowes, the creator and writer of the television series of the same name, with the sequel film being directed by Simon Curtis, replacing Michael Engler who directed the first film.


Nathalie Baye, Hugh Bonneville as Robert Crawley, 7th Earl of Grantham, Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick, Laura Carmichael as Edith Pelham, Marchioness of Hexham, Jim Carter as Charles Carson, Raquel Cassidy as Phyllis Baxter, Brendan Coyle as John Bates[8] Hugh Dancy, Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Talbot, Kevin Doyle as Joseph Molesley, Michael Fox as Andy Parker, Joanne Froggatt as Anna Bates, Matthew Goode as Henry Talbot, Robert James-Collier as Thomas Barrow. Harry Hadden-Paton as Herbert “Bertie” Pelham, Marquess of Hexham, Laura Haddock as Myrna Dalgleish, Allen Leech as Tom Branson, Phyllis Logan as Elsie Carson, Elizabeth McGovern as Cora Crawley, Countess of Grantham, Sophie McShera as Daisy Parker, Tuppence Middleton as Lucy Branson (nee Smith), Lesley Nicol as Beryl Patmore, Douglas Reith as Lord Merton, Maggie Smith as Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham, Imelda Staunton as Lady Maud Bagshaw, Dominic West, Penelope Wilton as Isobel Grey, Lady Merton.

Downton Abbey: A New Era was initially set to be released in cinemas on 22 December 2021, before subsequently having its release date moved to 18 March 2022. On 10 November 2021, a teaser for the new film was released. The trailer for the film was screened only in US theatres prior to the film Belfast, on the weekend of 12 November, and the trailer was released online and on television on 15 November 2021.


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