Downton Abbey: A New Era TRAILER: A First Look at Dominic West

Downton Abbey: A New Era TRAILER: A First Look at Dominic West

Downton Abbey: A New Era has released its full-length trailer, which shows actor Dominic West as a 1920s Hollywood actor for the first time.

The film was originally scheduled for a March 18 release, but due to Covid, it was pushed back to April 29 in the UK and May 20 in the US.

And in a teaser trailer for the 2019 film’s sequel, the Crowley family heads to the south of France to solve a mystery at a villa donated to Dowager Countess of Grantham Violet Crowley, while the aspiring director plans to film in Downton.

TRAILER 'Downton Abbey': 'New Era': First look at Dominic West as a 1920s Hollywood actor as Leawood attacks the Crawley family... and hints at trouble in one couple's paradise

Worth watching: Downton Abbey: A New Era has released a full-length trailer that shows Dominic West as a 1920s Hollywood actor for the first time.

The trailer opens with fan favorite Dame Maggie Smith speaking as Violet, “I own a villa in the south of France.

“Many years ago, before you were born. I met a man. It is then revealed that the widow Grantham and her lover “spent a few days together and he gave her a house”.

Much-loved actors will return in the upcoming sequel, including Hugh Bonneville, Penelope Wilton and Michelle Dockery.

And it looks like Lady Mary (Michelle) might be in trouble in heaven as she talks about the hardships of marriage in the trailer.

And it looks like Lady Mary (Michelle) might be in trouble in heaven as she talks about the hardships of marriage in the trailer.

Money: And in the teaser for the 2019 sequel to the film, the Crowley family heads to the south of France to solve a mystery in a villa given to the Dowager Countess of Grantham.

Money: And in the teaser for the 2019 sequel to the film, the Crowley family heads to the south of France to solve a mystery in a villa given to the Dowager Countess of Grantham.

Fling: The trailer opens with fan favorite Dame Maggie Smith speaking as Violet, “I own a villa in the south of France.  “Many years ago, before you were born.  I met a man

Fling: The trailer opens with fan favorite Dame Maggie Smith speaking as Violet, “I own a villa in the south of France. “Many years ago, before you were born. I met a man

He's a hit!  The slender mustachioed Dominic, who plays a 1920s Hollywood actor, becomes a real heartthrob among the staff.

He’s a hit! The slender mustachioed Dominic, who plays a 1920s Hollywood actor, becomes a real heartthrob among the staff.

And it looks like Lady Mary (Michelle) may be in trouble in heaven as she talks about the difficulties of marriage in the trailer.

Lady Mary is seen talking to Hugh’s character, saying, “You don’t need me to tell you that marriage is a romance full of plot twists.”

And fans have taken notice of the absence of Lady Mary’s husband Henry Talbot (Matthew Goode) on the official posters.

Hollywood comes to Downton: The trailer also shows the estate as the setting for the film, but some members of the Crowley family are unimpressed.

Hollywood comes to Downton: The trailer also shows the estate as the setting for the film, but some members of the Crowley family are unimpressed.

Interesting: Lady Mary talks to Hugh's character, saying,

Interesting: Lady Mary talks to Hugh’s character, saying, “You don’t need me to tell you that marriage is a romance full of plot twists.”

Crush: One of the chefs says,

Crush: One of the chefs says, “He’s got something in him, he’s like a wild animal ready to jump.”

One wrote: “Where is Henry Talbot???”.

While another added: “WHERE IS HENRY TALBOT? I may have to walk around the grounds to ponder this mystery.”

A third added: “I just noticed that the #DowntonAbbeyANewEra movie poster is missing one main character. Where is Henry Talbot?

Downton Abbey: A New Era TRAILER: A First Look at Dominic West Downton Abbey: A New Era TRAILER: A First Look at Dominic West Missing: Fans have taken note of the absence of Lady Mary's husband Henry Talbot (Matthew Goode) from official posters.

Missing: Fans have taken note of the absence of Lady Mary’s husband Henry Talbot (Matthew Goode) from official posters.

Wow!  The trailer opens with a close-up shot of the iconic Yorkshire estate before Violet Crawley, the Dowager Countess of Grantham (played by Maggie Smith), delivers a bombshell sound.

Wow! The trailer opens with a close-up shot of the iconic Yorkshire estate before Violet Crawley, the Dowager Countess of Grantham (played by Maggie Smith), delivers a bombshell sound.

Action!  Mr. Barber, a producer and director, begins filming, but Grantham Earl Robert Crowley (Hugh Bonneville) is unimpressed by the fanfare.

Action! Mr. Barber, a producer and director, begins filming, but Grantham Earl Robert Crowley (Hugh Bonneville) is unimpressed by the fanfare.

The trailer also shows how the estate becomes the setting for the film, with the slender mustachioed Dominic, who plays a 1920s Hollywood actor, becoming a real heartthrob among the staff.

One of the cooks says: “There is something in him, he is like a wild animal, ready to jump.”

Mr. Barber, a producer and director, begins filming, but Grantham Earl Robert Crowley (Hugh Bonneville) is unimpressed by the fanfare.

“I think it’s a terrible idea. The actresses are covered in make-up, and the actors are just covered in makeup,” he says as the scene cuts to a Hollywood cast interrupting daily life at Downton.

Wedding Bells: The trailer also hints that fans will finally get to see widower Tom Branson find love again with maid Lucy Smith as the couple tie the knot in romantic scenes.

Wedding Bells: The trailer also hints that fans will finally get to see widower Tom Branson find love again with maid Lucy Smith as the couple tie the knot in romantic scenes.

The trailer also hints that fans will finally see widower Tom Branson find love again with maid Lucy Smith as the couple tie the knot in romantic scenes.

Downton creator Julian Fellows has previously teased some details about the film, which is based on the hit TV series.

Speaking about the project, Julian shared: “This is really a new era. The further the 20s went, the more the world changed in many ways. By the late 1920s, everything from entertainment to transportation was very different. This is what we mean.”

Fascinating: Downton creator Julian Fellows has previously teased some details about the film based on the acclaimed series.

Fascinating: Downton creator Julian Fellows has previously teased some details about the film based on the acclaimed series.

Julian sees the Downton films as a continuation of the popular television series that ran for six seasons between 2010 and 2015, and he explained that the new film will pick up where the 2019 film left off.

He said: “As we know from the last movie, Mary may not be the head of the family, but she runs the show effectively. We’re moving on.

“We’re trying to celebrate a change – the fact that Crowley is from Downton almost in the 1930s, which is just the beginning of the modern world.”

They are back!  Much-loved actors will return in the upcoming sequel, including Hugh Bonneville, Penelope Wilton and Michelle Dockery.

They are back! Much-loved actors will return in the upcoming sequel, including Hugh Bonneville, Penelope Wilton and Michelle Dockery.

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