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The Crawleys Welcome King George V in Film’s First Trailer

The Crawleys play host to a royal visitor of their luxurious return to the display screen. King George V himself is dropping in on the household within the characteristic movie “Downton Abbey” that continues the occasions of the hit present, based on the primary trailer launched Tuesday.

And everyone seems to be available for the event, together with Jim Carter as butler Charles Carson popping out of retirement. Even Maggie Smith’s Dowager Countess has a couple of quips in retailer:

“Do you have enough cliches to get through the visit,” she says.

Julian Fellowes, who created the hit TV sequence, has returned to put in writing the screenplay for the characteristic. It’s nonetheless within the 1920s heydays, however the movie takes place in 1927, 18 months after the occasions of the unique sequence, which ended on New Years’ Eve 1926.

Mary (Michelle Dockery) and her sister Edith (Laura Carmichael) are each settling into married life, Tom Branson (Allan Leech) remains to be operating his car enterprise and adjusting finest to the adjustments within the tradition within the late 1920s, and butler Carson (Jim Carter) is discovering himself in higher well being since being pressured into retirement on the finish of the sequence.

Matthew Goode and Hugh Bonneville are additionally returning to their iconic roles because the heads of the Talbot and Grantham households, and becoming a member of the forged of the characteristic are Geraldine James, Imelda Staunton, Simon Jones, David Haig, Tuppence Middleton, Kate Phillips and Stephen Campbell Moore.

Michael Engler is directing from Fellowes’s script. Carnival Films is producing with Gareth Neame as govt producer, and Focus Features is releasing “Downton Abbey,” first within the U.Ok. on Sept. 13, adopted by a launch within the U.S. every week afterward Sept. 20.

Watch the primary full trailer for the movie above.

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