The stars of Downton Abbey shine in New York City

The stars of Downton Abbey shine in New York City

do you have another Downton AbbeyAlready seen the movie? Here in Europe we’ve been enjoying the Crowley family’s comeback for several weeks, but it’s only now the United States’ turn. Time for another glamorous premiere party!

New York City

After a stunning premiere in London at the end of April, New York City was also allowed to cast the stars on May 15 Downton Abbey to receive. The last movie was shown on Sunday night new era It is for the first time in the big Apple. Another fashion party with DowntonActors? We won’t say no either!

We’re just making another first offer!

out of the stars Downton A great opportunity to pull the sparkle again. Here we have Michelle Dockery and Laura Carmichael, also known as the movie sisters of Lady Mary and Lady Edith.

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Their film mother, Cora Crowley, actress Elizabeth McGovern, was present in New York City. It’s always good to discover new ways to wear diamonds: like pins on you high heels† True Downton Glamor!

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Joanne Frogget, better known as lady maid Anna Bates showed off her impressive muscles in her black sequin ensemble.

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“Lord Grantham,” actor Hugh Bonneville, could also pass as a businessman visiting Manhattan. Not a lot of charm, but a nice gesture to pin it on a Ukraine pin.

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Allan Leech showed that it’s not like working as a man on the red carpet. The actor who plays ex-driver Tom in Downton Abbey-The range chosen for a suit in a modern color palette.

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Downton Part 3

With the movie premiere now over, but it’s coming Downton AbbeyStory end with that? Julian Fellowes, the mastermind behind the series and movies, happily doesn’t rule out a third movie.

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“You never know if people want more. After every season, after the first movie and now after the second movie, I say a heartbreaking goodbye to these people… and now we’re back,” he said recently in an interview with Radio Times† “I can already hear people talking about plays or more films. It will become clear to me if there is a strong demand for it. If people want it, I will not argue with it.” Sounds optimistic for all fans, right?

Source: Radio Times, Daily Mail | Photo: BrunoPress

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