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Downton Abbey movie: Dame Maggie Smith & Dowager Countess Crawley and Downton Abbey newcomer Imelda Staunton await a new test battle in a new dramatic new teaser clip from the upcoming movie
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The much-anticipated film version of Downton Abbey will be in the cinema next month.

And Lady Maggie Smith & Dowager Countess Crawley and Downton Abbey newcomer Imelda Staunton face a fight of wills in a new dramatic new teaser clip from the upcoming movie.

Violet Crawley, famed for her sharp aversion to the series, goes to meet the old enemy Lady Maud Bagshaw during a meeting at the mansion – with the countess inviting her to have a later & # 39; chat & # 39; to make.

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Downton Abbey movie: Dame Maggie Smith & Dowager Countess Crawley and Downton Abbey newcomer Imelda Staunton await a new test battle in a new dramatic new teaser clip from the upcoming movie

Downton Abbey movie: Dame Maggie Smith & Dowager Countess Crawley and Downton Abbey newcomer Imelda Staunton await a new test battle in a new dramatic new teaser clip from the upcoming movie

Fury: Violet Crawley, famed for her sharp aversion to the series, fights against old enemy Lady Maud Bagshaw during a meeting at the mansion - with the countess inviting her to have a later & # 39; chat & # 39; to make

Fury: Violet Crawley, famed for her sharp aversion to the series, fights against old enemy Lady Maud Bagshaw during a meeting at the mansion - with the countess inviting her to have a later & # 39; chat & # 39; to make

Fury: Violet Crawley, famed for her sharp aversion to the series, fights against old enemy Lady Maud Bagshaw during a meeting at the mansion – with the countess inviting her to have a later & # 39; chat & # 39; to make

Lady Maud says: & # 39; How smart of you to find me &, while Violet replies: & # 39; Well not really, I have lived here for 40 years, I assume this is your maid? & # 39 ;

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Maud says: & # 39; Yes, this is Lucy Smith. & # 39;

Maud then says: & # 39; Is there anything you want & # 39; with an icy violet replies: & # 39; Just to see that you feel comfortable and confirm our little chat for later? & # 39;

& # 39; I live my own life Violet. I am not what I was, my father is gone, my husband is gone. I see no reason not to do what I want & # 39 ;, says Maud.

First look: the trailer also sees the first appearance of maid Lucy Smith, played by Tuppence Middleton

First look: the trailer also sees the first appearance of maid Lucy Smith, played by Tuppence Middleton

First look: the trailer also sees the first appearance of maid Lucy Smith, played by Tuppence Middleton

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Violet says: & I think Lady Merton is right, we will release it once and for all, but now I have to go to her majesty. & # 39;

The trailer also sees the first performance of maid Lucy Smith, played by Tuppence Middleton.

Hugh Bonneville teased the possibility that a second Downton Abbey movie would be made in the future, while discussing the long-awaited adaptation of the TV series with The mirror earlier this month.

The actor, 55, seemed very excited to return to the franchise because he admitted: & When we started filming, I thought this would be a nice point, but there is so much appetite, I see it carry on. I would never say never! & # 39;

Hugh added that getting out on the film set was no different than making the beloved British TV show, because it just felt like & # 39; a larger table & # 39 ;.

Oh dear: Lady Maud says: & # 39; How smart of you to find me & # 39; while Violet answers: & # 39; Well not really, I've lived here for 40 years, I assume this is your girl? & # 39;
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Oh dear: Lady Maud says: & # 39; How smart of you to find me & # 39; while Violet answers: & # 39; Well not really, I've lived here for 40 years, I assume this is your girl? & # 39;

Oh dear: Lady Maud says: & # 39; How smart of you to find me & # 39; while Violet answers: & # 39; Well not really, I've lived here for 40 years, I assume this is your girl? & # 39;

Chat; Maud then says: & # 39; Is there anything you want & # 39; with an icy violet replies: & # 39; Just to see that you feel comfortable and confirm our little chat for later? & # 39;

Chat; Maud then says: & # 39; Is there anything you want & # 39; with an icy violet replies: & # 39; Just to see that you feel comfortable and confirm our little chat for later? & # 39;

Chat; Maud then says: & # 39; Is there anything you want & # 39; with an icy violet replies: & # 39; Just to see that you feel comfortable and confirm our little chat for later? & # 39;

Bye: Violet says: & I think Lady Merton is right, we will release it once and for all, but now I have to go to her majesty & # 39;

Bye: Violet says: & I think Lady Merton is right, we will release it once and for all, but now I have to go to her majesty & # 39;

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Bye: Violet says: & I think Lady Merton is right, we will release it once and for all, but now I have to go to her majesty & # 39;

And when he returned to the characters in a playful setting, he said: & We were all here eight years later. When we looked through the room, there were grins from & # 39; you can believe we are back again & # 39 ;! & # 39;

The actor confirms his role as Lord Grantham in the film, a role he first played in 2010, and plays alongside Dame Maggie Smith, Michelle Dockery and Laura Carmichael.

The film is set to follow the characters as they try to stay afloat following the announcement of a royal visit from King George V and Queen Mary, which will be played by newcomers Simon Jones and Geraldine James.

The TV series, broadcast on ITV from September 2010 to Christmas Day 2015, followed the life of the aristocratic household in the early 20th century.

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Earlier this year Michelle could not hide her joy of returning to her iconic role while discussing the new film.

Speak against In style magazine, she said: & # 39; Three years, but it felt like no time had passed. [I realized] I had taken some things for granted. Like the drive to that house [the backdrop for Downton Abbey], it was really breathtaking. & # 39;

While Oscar-nominated actress Imelda Staunton said the experience with filming the project & # 39; a nice box of chocolates & # 39; used to be.

She said to The Mirror: & It was like a nice box of chocolates. It was just luxury. I did hardcore theater for seven years, where it just beats me all the time, but this was great. & # 39;

Downtown Abbey: The Movie is scheduled for a September 13 release in the UK.

Coming soon: Downtown Abbey: The Movie is scheduled for a September 13 release
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Coming soon: Downtown Abbey: The Movie is scheduled for a September 13 release

Coming soon: Downtown Abbey: The Movie is scheduled for a September 13 release

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