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Downton Abbey: A New Era | May 20, 2022

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https://deadline.com/2020/01/julian-fellowes-downton-abbey-sequel-1202835093/

 

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Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes will start working on a sequel to the ITV and PBS drama’s feature film once he’s finished scripting HBO drama The Gilded Age.

 

Fellowes, speaking after his Winter TCA press tour session to promote Epix and ITV drama Belgravia, said that he is currently in pre-production for that long-gestating drama series and expects to shoot later this year.

 

When asked when he would start writing a movie sequel, he joked, “Give us a break, gov. Not until I’ve finished the scripts for The Gilded Age.”

 

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On 1/26/2022 at 9:24 AM, AdrianL said:

The Batman literally having March to itself... The Lost City should just move up a week and Morbius should move to last weekend of March. 

Let's face it, Downton Abbey is pretty much counter programing anyway. They ain't aiming for the CBM movie crowd.

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On 1/26/2022 at 9:47 AM, filmlover said:

One is going to be sold primarily to older men and the other will be geared primarily to older women. Overlap is pretty much nonexistent. 

I would not put ii in terms of sex, but ,yes, they do appeal to different audiences.

And TG2, if the action scenes are good, has the potential to pull in the younger male demo, which Downtown Abbey has not a chance in hell of doing.

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