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Get excited: Matthew Goode refused to be drawn on his participation in Downton Abbey's upcoming long-play version on Thursday morning, but insisted that fans will not be disappointed

Matthew Goode refused to be drawn on his participation in the upcoming long-play version of Downton Abbey on Thursday morning, but insisted that fans will not be disappointed.

The British actor, best known for his role as Henry Talbot, admitted that the new film will contain a series of characters that can not be seen during the serial series of the BBC period.

& # 39; It is a very brilliant new story, the cast has become bigger, & # 39; Goode, 40, told This Morning host to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield. & # 39; I will not tell you who is in it. But there are many great new faces. & # 39;

Get excited: Matthew Goode refused to be drawn on his participation in Downton Abbey's upcoming long-play version on Thursday morning, but insisted that fans will not be disappointed

Get excited: Matthew Goode refused to be drawn on his participation in Downton Abbey's upcoming long-play version on Thursday morning, but insisted that fans will not be disappointed

The actor also admitted Talbot – who was to be seen during the last year of the show – would have limited screen time in the new movie, and added: "No huge amount, I'll tell you." # 39;

Goode has previously revealed that he will play a role in the film, albeit a short one, because he said he just & # 39; ing inside & # 39; due to conflicting work obligations.

However, the actor, who refused to be drawn on the overall plot of the film, may have given the hosts a red herring because fans know very well that Talbot married Lady Mary in the last series – suggesting that they could play a key role. play.

Extensive cast: the British actor, best known for his role as Henry Talbot, admitted that the new film will contain a series of characters that can not be seen during the serial series of the BBC period.

Extensive cast: the British actor, best known for his role as Henry Talbot, admitted that the new film will contain a series of characters that can not be seen during the serial series of the BBC period.

Extensive cast: the British actor, best known for his role as Henry Talbot, admitted that the new film will contain a series of characters that can not be seen during the serial series of the BBC period.

Extensive cast: the British actor, best known for his role as Henry Talbot, admitted that the new film will contain a series of characters that can not be seen during the serial series of the BBC period.

Extensive cast: the British actor, best known for his role as Henry Talbot, admitted that the new film will contain a series of characters that can not be seen during the serial series of the BBC period.

Let's talk: & # 39; It's a very brilliant new story, the cast has become bigger, & # 39; Goode, 40, told This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield

Let's talk: & # 39; It's a very brilliant new story, the cast has become bigger, & # 39; Goode, 40, told This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield

Let's talk: & # 39; It's a very brilliant new story, the cast has become bigger, & # 39; Goode, 40, told This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield

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On Wednesday, Lady Mary herself, actress Michelle Dockery, unveiled a first glimpse of the series of the period drama.

She talked to her Instagram page and shared a snapshot from behind the scenes of the film, which will continue where the immensely popular ITV show stayed in December 2015.

In addition to an image of a clapperboard on a set, Michelle, who plays Lady Mary Crawley, wrote: & # 39; And … we're gone & # 39;

Volatile moments: the actor also admitted Talbot - who was on show during the last year of the show - will have limited screen time in the new movie, and adds: "No huge amount, I'll tell you tell & # 39;

Volatile moments: the actor also admitted Talbot - who was on show during the last year of the show - will have limited screen time in the new movie, and adds: "No huge amount, I'll tell you tell & # 39;

Volatile moments: the actor also admitted Talbot – who was on show during the last year of the show – will have limited screen time in the new movie, and adds: "No huge amount, I'll tell you tell & # 39;

Suspicious: Anyway, Goode, who refused to let herself be drawn on the general plot of the film, may have given the hosts a red herring because fans know very well that Talbot married Lady Mary in the last series.

Suspicious: Anyway, Goode, who refused to let herself be drawn on the general plot of the film, may have given the hosts a red herring because fans know very well that Talbot married Lady Mary in the last series.

Suspicious: Anyway, Goode, who refused to let herself be drawn on the general plot of the film, may have given the hosts a red herring because fans know very well that Talbot married Lady Mary in the last series.

The plot for the new film is kept in the wraps, but it is confirmed that Michelle is accompanied by the original co-stars Maggie Smith, Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern and Laura Carmichael.

Imelda Staunton, Geraldine James, Simon Jones and Stephen Campbell Moore are among the new additions to the cast.

Michelle was not the only cast member to express their joy when she was back, while Joanne Froggatt also shared a picture of her trailer with the name of her character.

Behind the scenes! On Wednesday, Lady Mary herself, actress Michelle Dockery, unveiled a first glimpse of the series of the period drama

Behind the scenes! On Wednesday, Lady Mary herself, actress Michelle Dockery, unveiled a first glimpse of the series of the period drama

Behind the scenes! On Wednesday, Lady Mary herself, actress Michelle Dockery, unveiled a first glimpse of the series of the period drama

Good to be back: the actress, 36, went to her Instagram page to share a snapshot from behind the scenes of the film, which will continue where the immensely popular ITV show ended

Good to be back: the actress, 36, went to her Instagram page to share a snapshot from behind the scenes of the film, which will continue where the immensely popular ITV show ended

Good to be back: the actress, 36, went to her Instagram page to share a snapshot from behind the scenes of the film, which will continue where the immensely popular ITV show ended

Excited: Michelle was not the only cast member to express their joy when she was back, while Joanne Froggatt also took a picture of her trailer, which showed the name of her character

Excited: Michelle was not the only cast member to express their joy when she was back, while Joanne Froggatt also took a picture of her trailer, which showed the name of her character

Excited: Michelle was not the only cast member to express their joy when she was back, while Joanne Froggatt also took a picture of her trailer, which showed the name of her character

After having played Anna Bates in all six seasons of the period drama, it is no wonder she is back for another chapter.

Allen Leech and Hugh seemed to spend some quality time together, as the latter revealed that they were the first day of filming for Downton Abbey & # 39; skipped to see a play in Bath.

Allen, who renames his role as Tom Branson in the film, wrote: & # 39; Fast catching up after 9 holes of golf ……. after rehearsals, rehearsals and scene-study! & # 39;

The film from Downton Abbey was confirmed in July after months of speculation from enthusiastic fans.

Outing: Allen Leech and Hugh Bonneville spent some quality time together, when the latter revealed that they & # 39; the first day of filming for Downton Abbey & # 39; skipped to see a play in Bath

Outing: Allen Leech and Hugh Bonneville spent some quality time together, when the latter revealed that they & # 39; the first day of filming for Downton Abbey & # 39; skipped to see a play in Bath

Outing: Allen Leech and Hugh Bonneville spent some quality time together, when the latter revealed that they & # 39; the first day of filming for Downton Abbey & # 39; skipped to see a play in Bath

Spoiling: All, who resumed his role as Tom Branson in the film, wrote: & # 39; Fast catch up after 9 holes of golf ....... after rehearsals, rehearsals and scene-study! & # 39;

Spoiling: All, who resumed his role as Tom Branson in the film, wrote: & # 39; Fast catch up after 9 holes of golf ....... after rehearsals, rehearsals and scene-study! & # 39;

Spoiling: All, who resumed his role as Tom Branson in the film, wrote: & # 39; Fast catch up after 9 holes of golf ……. after rehearsals, rehearsals and scene-study! & # 39;

Enjoying their day: Hugh and Allen were on show at dinner with friends in Bath, including actor Ralf Little (second left) and co-star Elizabeth Down McGovern (center)

Enjoying their day: Hugh and Allen were on show at dinner with friends in Bath, including actor Ralf Little (second left) and co-star Elizabeth Down McGovern (center)

Enjoying their day: Hugh and Allen were on show at dinner with friends in Bath, including actor Ralf Little (second left) and co-star Elizabeth Down McGovern (center)

Joanne Froggatt wrote on her Twitter page: & # 39; Happy to announce that we are bringing the band together again! #DowntonMovie #DowntonAbbey. & # 39;

Downton Abbey's Twitter also posted: & # 39; Welcome back to Downton! We are excited to announce that #DowntonAbbey is coming to the big screen. The film production starts this summer. & # 39;

Michelle also wrote on Instagram: & # 39; The secret is gone … Glad to announce that Downton Abbey is coming to the big screen. & # 39;

Downton Abbey followed the lives of the Crawley family and the servants who worked for them at the beginning of the 20th century in an Edwardian English country house.

According to Vanity Fair, the film script written by showmaker Julian Fellowes Focus and Universal Pictures International were distributed.

Reunion: Although he is unlikely to return surprise, Michelle and Allen had a mini-reunion with their former castor Dan Stevens in Los Angeles in August

Reunion: Although he is unlikely to return surprise, Michelle and Allen had a mini-reunion with their former castor Dan Stevens in Los Angeles in August

Reunion: Although he is unlikely to return surprise, Michelle and Allen had a mini-reunion with their former castor Dan Stevens in Los Angeles in August

Brian Percival, who has directed several episodes of Downton, including the pilot, will control the film, but no plot data are known yet.

The producer of the film, Gareth Neame, said in a statement: "When the television series came to an end, it was our dream to have the millions of fans worldwide make a film and now, after aligning many stars, we will soon be in production.

The Julian script is charming, exciting and entertaining and in the hands of Brian Percival we want to deliver everything you would hope for when Downton comes to the big screen & # 39 ;.

The last episode of Downton was broadcast on ITC on 25 December 2015.

The show is the most nominated non-American television show in the history of the Emmy & # 39; s, of which 15 are on their name.

They earned a trio of Golden Globe Awards and a special BAFTA prize.

Joanne had said before: "Selfish, it would be great to be together for ten weeks and to hold a little reunion," & # 39; said Froggatt. & # 39; I think we all want to do it all. & # 39;

Popular: Downton Abbey followed the lives of the Crawley family and the servants who worked for them in an Edwardian English country house at the beginning of the 20th century

Popular: Downton Abbey followed the lives of the Crawley family and the servants who worked for them in an Edwardian English country house at the beginning of the 20th century

Popular: Downton Abbey followed the lives of the Crawley family and the servants who worked for them in an Edwardian English country house at the beginning of the 20th century

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