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Julian Fellowes hints at third ‘Downton Abbey’ film

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Creator and screenwriter Julian Fellowes has suggested that a third ‘Downton Abbey’ movie could follow after the release of the sequel.

The hit period drama returns to the big screen with the sequel ‘Downton Abbey: A New Era’ which is slated for release in March and the show’s creator Fellowes claims that another movie could follow, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

The 72-year-old screenwriter told the Radio Times magazine: “We were lucky to reassemble our cast. I think for them it’s become a sort of club. They say goodbye, everyone cries and two years later, we’re back at it!”

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Julian added: “I think each time it’s goodbye, but whether it is or not, who knows?”

The first ‘Downton Abbey’ film was released in 2019 and proved to be a box-office hit and stars Hugh Bonneville, Michelle Dockery and Dame Maggie Smith are all reprising their roles in the latest project.

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The movie was filmed at Hampshire’s Highclere Castle last year and was originally scheduled for release, last month before the pandemic led to a delay. It was previously reported that a much-loved character would be killed off in this movie and the scenes would be tear-jerking for fans.

The insider added to The Sun newspaper: “Those who have seen the scenes said they are so emotional. They will really leave fans in floods. It’s heartbreak at Highclere Castle and there won’t be a dry eye in cinemas.”

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