Run time: 125 mins

The follow-up to the 2019 film adaptation of the period phenomenon was originally planned for Christmas. After what must have felt like a gruelling wait, the new era is finally upon us.


Julian Fellowes is back on board as curator, and he had the following to say: "It really is a new era. The further the ’20s went along, the more the world was changing in so many ways. Everything from entertainment to transport was really different by the end of the ’20s. As we know from the last film, Mary may not be the titular head of the household, but she is effectively running the show. We take that further. We’re trying to mark the change — the fact that Crawleys of Downton are nearly in the 1930s, which is merely the beginning of the modern world."

The first film featured the Crawley family receiving a visit by the King and Queen to their family estate. There were plenty of questions left over that need to be addressed too: How is Mary handling the responsibility of managing the Crawley estate? Did Lady Edith Crawley safely deliver her child? Downton fans won’t be disappointed. (Jack Whiting)


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