Downton AbbeyThe second film released today is subtitled A new erabut could this be the end of the franchise?
The cast have already talked about how difficult it can be to get everyone together for the movies, and – no spoilers here – there are parts of the new entry that make it feel like a send off.
When it comes to creator Julian Fellowes, however, things could go either way.
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Talk to Sky Newshe said, “I don’t know the answer [to questions about the future]the truth is, if they want more and the actors want to do more, then I’m sure we’ll find a way to do more.
“But I don’t mind if it runs its course, I think that’s fair enough too. And if we’ve given people pleasure over the years, then that makes me very happy. I really am quite a soul. simple .”
Fellowes also spoke about the huge changes in the TV and film industry with the dominance of streaming services, saying, “I choose to think that I’m living in a very interesting time rather than a time that drives me crazy, but you can’t know how something is going to be in five years…
“I mean, we already give Oscars to movies, in quotes, that have been in theaters for a week and are really made for television. Is that a good thing or a bad thing? I don’t know, I I couldn’t answer you.”
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He admitted he doesn’t know what the future holds, but thinks the number of different platforms is “out of control” and some will have to come together.
Downton Abbey: A New Era is out in theaters now.
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