The BFI London Film Festival revs up tonight with some major British talent expected on the red carpet.
The Crawley family and those who work for them debut on the big screen in Downton Abbey, based on the ITV Sunday night series.
Set in a couple of years after the series ended, the inhabitants of Downton are all a flutter with the news the King and Queen are to visit the house during a tour of Yorkshire.
Victoria’s Tom Hughes has joined the cast of A Discovery of Witches for the show’s second season.
At last, a proper trailer for Downton Abbey has arrived.
It appears they’ve been expecting us.
A whole host of Britsh talent are lending their voices to the UK release of animated film, The Big Bad Fox And Other Tales.
At last, Netflix have released the first trailer and images for the second season of The Crown.
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In book news, we’re talking about Jamie Lee Curtis’s anti-selfie book, Michael Stipe’s photo book and Kevin Hart’s tale of life lessons.
Loads of old Downton Abbey stars are joining forces once again for a new film called The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. Plus, Brie Larson is playing the first women to run for US President (not Hillary), but Amy Schumer’s dropped out of the Barbie movie.
A former Loose Woman is heading to the stage on London, Jessie Wallace is starring in a new stage thriller, and the Mean Girls musical will premiere in Washington DC.
And Carey Mulligan’s returning to TV for the BBC and Rob Lowe and his sons are on the hunt for the unexplained…
Having already swept one high-class Lady off her feet in Downton Abbey, Matthew Goode will be doing exactly the same thing in The Crown.
I’m sure this is entirely coincidental, but Paramount have released a new trailer for Allied featuring Brad Pitt and Mation Cotillard getting married.