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“Downton Abbey: A New Era – Poster, Release Date, Trailer & More”
Focus Features has released a new Downton Abbey: A New Era poster, which follows the acclaimed ITV historical drama series of the same name.
The Crawley family are entering a new era as they prepare to return to the big screen on May 20, 2022. The hit show Downton Abbey has had a devoted following since it first aired 12 years ago, with viewers engaged in the difficulties and tragedies of the family.
Downton Abbey: A New Era: release date
The film will be released in the UK on April 29, 2022 and in the US on May 20, 2022.
Downton Abbey: A New Era: Plot
Before entering the living room scene, the viewer is treated to a breathtaking view of the fictional Yorkshire estate. One of the most essential plot elements is leaked here. “Years ago, before you were born, I met a guy, and now I’ve become the owner of a villa in the south of France,” says Lady Violet (Maggie Smith), to everyone’s surprise the world around her.
Downton Abbey: A New Era: Poster
Downton Abbey: A New Era: Cast
The majority of the main actors from the original film and the series return in the sequel. (According to Focus Features, “the original lead actors will all return for the sequel.”) Hugh Dancy, Laura Haddock, Nathalie Baye and Dominic West will all join the cast as new roles.
- Hugh Bonneville – Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham
- Elizabeth McGovern – Cora Crawley, Countess of Grantham
- Michelle Dockery – Lady Mary Talbot, Crawley’s eldest daughter
- Laura Carmichael – Edith Pelham, Marchioness of Hexham and middle daughter Crawley
- Maggie Smith – Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham
- Allen Leech – Tom Branson, the widowed husband of Crawley’s youngest daughter, Sybil
- Jim Carter – Charles Carson, the retired butler
- Phyllis Logan – Elsie Carson, the housekeeper formerly known as Mrs. Hughes
- Robert James-Collier – Thomas Barrow, the current butler
- Joanne Froggatt – Anna Bates, Lady Mary’s Maid
- Lesley Nicol – Beryl Patmore, head chef
- Sophie McShera – Daisy Mason, cook’s helper
- Penelope Wilton – Isobel Gray, Baroness Merton and Mary’s former stepmother
- Samantha Bond – Lady Rosamund Painswick, Robert’s sister
- Harry Hadden-Paton – Bertie Pelham, Marquess of Hexham and husband of Edith
- Matthew Goode – Henry Talbot, Mary’s Husband
- Douglas Reith – Dickie Gray, Baron Merton and Isobel’s husband
- Kevin Doyle – Joseph Molesley, former footman and teacher
Michael Fox – Andy Parker, Footman
Imelda Staunton – Lady Maud Bagshaw, Robert’s cousin
Tuppence Middleton – Lucy Smith, Tom’s fiancée and Lady Bagshaw’s heiress
Laura Haddock – Myrna Dalgleish