Creator Julian Fellowes and actor Allen Leech discuss the television series' movie follow-up, which conquered the weekend box office.
Maggie Smith, Michelle Dockery and Hugh Bonneville are all expected to return.
Downton Abbey's Julian Fellowes talks about TV being the most interesting thing in show business.
Set in the 1850s, Doctor Thorne largely revolves around Mary Thorne (Stefanie Martini) (photo above....all photos from Weinstein
The finale of "Downton Abbey", the bonanza of a television series for many of us all over the world, was so striking in its point of view.
Downton Abbey wasn't just wrapped up last night, it was swept away in a tsunami of schmaltz.
If you haven't seen it... try it. It's addictive -- not in the way binge watching video can be, but more in the way that we return to great stories and experience them again and again with the knowledge that we won't be let down, because the story will sustain us, like Star Wars with butlers. (C-3PO! hello!!!)
First the announcement: the kids in School of Rock bringing down the house at the Winter Garden Theater are playing their
Season 6 does, however, promise closure.
I think we are trying to create a world in itself, a kind of universe. We want people to become involved with that world, and they do it in their relationships with these fictional characters. And sometimes their relationship can be surprisingly powerful, almost alarming. People pray for my characters.
I sat down with Jessica Fellowes, author of three juicy coffee table books about the award-winning series and niece to show creator Julian Fellowes, to get the inside scoop about the new season.
After spending months of being sporadically photographed with basically every woman in the world except Paula Patton, Robin
How is it that a writer who seems so determined to examine issues of sexual orientation, racial discrimination and gender inequality can promulgate one of the most dangerous stereotypes of all?
In a successful drama, particularly one with such deeply-written and beloved characters as Downton Abbey it hurts much more to see the personality-lobotomies that have occurred since Matthew's reckless driving/acting career move.