Downtown Abbey: A New Era is a Historical Drama Film inspired by a TV Show of the same name and is a sequel to the 2019 movie Downtown Abbey. This film follows the events before the Royal Visit in the first Movie.
The story goes over several new avenues and continents to bring you an excellent experience. Like the last film, this one also gained worldwide praise and reviews from critics were positive in the majority. The Movie made over 55 million at the Box Office, which is a decent amount considering the budget.
Where To Watch The Movie
The Movie was released on the 29th of April 2022 in the United Kingdom. However, in the US, the release date was the 20th of May, 2022. The movie has a run time of 125 minutes. Furthermore, the show has an IMDB rating of 7.7/10 and a rotten tomatoes rating of 85%.
We regret to inform you that the Movie is not on any popular streaming services. If you want to watch a movie, the big screen is the only way. Go to the Downtown Abbey official website to learn of all new developments. And let’s hope the movie will be up for streaming soon.
Meet The Cast
First, we have French Film and Stage actress Nathalie Baye as Madame Montmirail. Then we have English actor Hugh Bonneville in the role of Robert Crawley, English actress Samantha Bond as Lady Rosamund Painswick also English Film and TV Actress Laura Carmichael in the role of Edith Pelham.
Next, we have English Actor James Carter as Charles Carson, English actress Raquel Cassidy as Phyllis Baxter, British Actor Jonathan Coy as George Murray, English-Irish actor Brendan Coyle as John Bates, English actor Hugh Dancy as Jack Barber, English TV and Film actress Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Talbot, English Actor Kevin Doyle as Joseph Moleskey, English actor Michael Fox as Andy Parker, British actress Joanne Frohhatt returning as Anna Bates, British actor and model Robert James-Collier returning as Thomas Barrow and British actor Harry Hadden-Pato retuning as Bertie Pelham.
A film production company shows interest in shooting a silent picture using Downtown. Even though Robert is opposed to the idea, Mary says that the payment they receive will help do much good for Downtown. But due to unfortunate circumstances, the Movie is cancelled, saying silent movies have no future; Lady Mary suggests that they can salvage the Movie by dubbing in the dialogues which they accept.
Using Molesey’s ability to lip-read, they reconstruct the dialogues and create an impromptu script. However, when the film’s extras were quite suddenly, the staff downtown was more than happy to step up to the plate. The film gets completed successfully, and Mr Molesey gets a job offer as a screenwriter.
Downton Abbey Post Credit Scene
This time around, the Movie did not have a post-credit scene, indicating that this might be the last Downtown Movie. However, nothing has been confirmed or denied, so there is nothing we can do but wait. But since the previous movies did have a post-credit scene pointing to the future film and this one not following the pattern is worrisome, let us keep an open mind.