Characters from both servant quarters and the opulent elite houses of Downton Abbey come together in a new poster for Downton Abbey: A New Era.
A new poster for the upcoming Downton Abbey season premieres this spring: A New Era brings together the workers of the titular estate as well as the estate’s wealthy residents.
Downton Abbey 2 is based on the enormously famous British drama series of the same name that follows both the upstairs and downstairs inhabitants of a stately Yorkshire mansion, and it is written by Julian Fellowes, who was also the creator and writer of the first season. A New Era is a prequel to the 2019 film Downton Abbey, which Fellowes also authored, and is set in the same world.
This week, Downton Abbey: A New Era launched a promotional poster for the highly anticipated film adaptation of the popular television series. Some of the most beloved personalities are represented by the beautiful, statuesque presence of the poster. In Downton, these people are both lower-class members of the servant quarters who live “downstairs” and the elite “upstairs” occupants of Downton, the Crawley family, who live “upstairs.”
Downton Abbey: A New Era tickets are now on sale in both the United States and the United Kingdom. For A New Era, Simon Curtis took over as director from Michael Engler, who had previously directed the film. The Dowager Countess (Maggie Smith) will be the focus of the sequel’s story, which will see her magically acquire a villa in France as a movie set is brought to Downton, and the new poster highlights these two parallel storylines by dividing the large group. Everyone involved seemed to be in for a thrilling ride, and it appears like they will be.
Along with Hugh Bonneville and Elizabeth McGovern, Downton Abbey: A New Era stars Michelle Dockery and Laura Carmichael, among many more actors. Hugh Dancy, Laura Haddock, and Dominic West are among the newcomers to the cast. Downton Abbey: A New Era will be released on April 29, 2022, in the United Kingdom, and on May 20, 2022, in the United States and Canada, respectively.
Why is Matthew Goode Not in the New Sequel of Downton Abbey?
“The Offer,” which premieres on Paramount+ on April 28 and stars Matthew Goode, is ready for the world to see him. He spoke with “Extra’s” Katie Krause about filming the 10-episode series about the making of “The Godfather,” as well as why he isn’t appearing in the next film “Downton Abbey: A New Era,” which will be released in December.
In Seasons 5 and 6, as well as the 2019 film, Goode played Henry Talbot, but the character of Lady Mary’s husband is conspicuously absent from the teaser for “A New Era,” which premiered on March 1.
It turns out that the actor was preoccupied with filming “The Offer,” in which he portrays late studio exec Robert Evans, that he was unable to participate in the current “Downton” instalment. When Katie inquired as to whether or not he makes even a cameo appearance, he responded, “No, I was making it.”
What he believes will be most fascinating about the film is that “there are so many times where you think, ‘Oh, my God, that actually happened?!’ and it is just incredible,” he said, adding that “this is a giant love letter to [producer] Al Ruddy, the film, and a lot of the characters.”
In “The Godfather,” Ruddy, played by Miles Teller, was the lone producer, and director Martin Scorsese described the filmmaker as a “unsung hero” and “perhaps the greatest physical producer of all time.”
Katie inquired about Matthew’s first viewing of “The Godfather,” inquiring as to what aspects of the classic picture stood out to him the most at the time.
My obsession with the lighting was simply due to the fact that I had never seen anything that had been lighted so differently or beautifully…” “I enjoy films that take their time, and that was just stunning for me, and I’ve been in love with it ever since.” “I enjoy films that take their time, and that was just astonishing for me, and I’ve been in love with it ever since.”
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