Downton Abbey writer says they are articulate about probable sequel

The Downton Abbey film expelled in September, 3 years after a uncover finished on television.

Downton Abbey writer Gareth Neame has suggested that a conversations about a probable supplement are already happening.

The Downton Abbey film expelled in September, 3 years after a uncover finished on television.

“We’re operative on what a story is, and when we competence be means to make it. But it’s a same as a initial time around: We have to try to get everybody behind together again. And that was really challenging,” Neame told The Hollywood Reporter.

The film instrumentation featured a lapse of many favourites from a strange cast, including maestro actor Maggie Smith as unassailable Violet Crawley, Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley, Joanne Froggatt as Anna Bates, Hugh Bonneville as Robert Crawley, Allen Leech as Tom Branson, Elizabeth McGovern as Cora Crawley and Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley.

Neame pronounced a group started vaguely meditative about a second film closer to a recover of a initial movie.

“But we were kind of holding a breath. The greeting to a film, a press debate in a US and a rave to recover were so clever that we’d been meditative about it. And afterwards it was transparent from a initial weekend that this was value holding really seriously.

“It’s not one of those shows that came from TV and afterwards flopped in a cinema. So we consider that will give everybody comfort that, yes, we know it works. But a plea will be, is everybody accessible during a same time? Can we make deals with them? That will be a challenge,” he added.