Downton Abbey film ‘could be filmed this year’

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The uncover followed a trials and tribulations of a Crawley family and their staff

A large shade chronicle of Downton Abbey could be filmed this year, one of a expel members has said.

Jeremy Swift, who played servant Septimus Spratt, told ITV’s Lorraine that a expel had been sent a book – though that it had given “disappeared”.

He went on: “It’s ostensible to be function – filming – this year, though it hasn’t been sealed down yet.”

The duration TV drama, that was a strike around a world, finished during Christmas 2015 after 6 series.

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Jeremy Swift pronounced he had been emailed a film script

There has been many conjecture about a film version.

Swift said: “There is a film book that we’ve all been sent though it left in a Mission Impossible-stylee from a emails. With a small puff.”

He pronounced “logistics” were causing a problem with filming and that Downton’s success had meant that some expel members had “flown off into a world” to work on other projects.

“It’s only removing everybody in that same space and time,” he added. “I consider there is a outrageous ardour for it.”

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Cast members enclosed Michelle Dockery and Dame Maggie Smith

Carnival Films, that produces a drama, has already reliable that a book for a intensity film is in development.

It told a BBC on Monday: “There are still no organisation skeleton about when a film competence go into production. When a destiny skeleton are certain we will of march make an proclamation during a applicable time.”

In Apr 2016, Downton creator Julian Fellowes pronounced he was already meditative about a tract for a film instrumentation to equivocate being “caught on a hop” if it was given a go-ahead.

Downton Abbey perceived a special Bafta tribute in 2015. It is a many nominated non-US uncover in a story of a Emmy Awards and was shown in some-more than 250 territories worldwide.


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