Downton Abbey 2 FIRST LOOK: Teaser takes fans back to the 1920s

teaser trailer for Downton Abbey A sequel was released on Wednesday, taking fans back to the 1920s.

The second fifteenth clip shows sweeping views of the famous fictional Yorkshire estate and crowd favorites Lady Mary Crowley and Tom Branson, played by Michelle Dockery and Alan Leech respectively.

Other Downton Abbey: Disturbing New Age scenes included members of the Crowley family elegantly looking out for a tennis match and a stunning speedboat cruising across a body of water.

Teaser: A trailer for Downton Abbey was released Wednesday, taking fans back to the 1920s (Pictured: Hugh Bonneville’s Robert Crowley and Sir Marie-Michel Dockery

The teaser was also shared on Downton Abbey’s official social media pages along with the caption: “The trailer for #DowntonAbbey: A New Era will be exclusive in theaters on belfastmovie this weekend.”

As indicated on Twitter, a longer trailer will be released in cinemas this weekend.

Available to audiences watching Belfast, Kenneth Branagh’s semi-autobiographical film inspired by the early childhood of the BAFTA winner grew up in Northern Ireland surrounded by a large extended family.

A series of stills was also released on Wednesday.

Wow: The fifteen-second clip features sweeping views of the famous fictional Yorkshire estate

Wow: The fifteen-second clip features sweeping views of the famous fictional Yorkshire estate

Striking: The Other Downton Abbey: Scenes from a new age that featured a stunning speedboat buzzing across a body of water

Striking: The Other Downton Abbey: Scenes from a new age that featured a stunning speedboat buzzing across a body of water

In one, Robert Crowley (played by Hugh Bonneville) and his daughter, Lady Dockery, stand at the top of their grand staircase.

Another shows Bertie Pelham (Harry Haden Patton), Lady Edith (Laura Carmichael), Lucy Smith (Tobins Middleton) and Tom Branson (Allen Leech) walking to a tennis game while Myrna Dalglish (Laura Haddock) can pull off a tennis game. car elsewhere.

The release of the teaser follows the news that the release date for the sequel has been pushed back by three months.

Wedding Bells: Downton Abbey fans can expect a lavish wedding

Wedding Bells: Downton Abbey fans can expect a lavish wedding

Family photo: The Crowley family all cut out clever characters while taking a photo at the family wedding in jest

Family photo: The Crowley family all cut out clever characters while taking a photo at the family wedding in jest

The drama was originally scheduled to hit screens around Christmas, but the release date has been pushed back to March 18, 2022, it was reported in July.

The screenplay is directed by Downton Abbey author and Academy Award winner Julian Fellowes, BAFTA and Emmy Award nominee Simon Curtis.

Not much is known about the upcoming movie, but it has been confirmed that Hugh Dancy, Laura Haddock, Natalie Bay and Dominic West will be joining in.

Although some scenes were filmed in studios and at various locations, the cast and crew spent most of their time at Highclere Castle – the home of the 8th Earl and Countess of Carnavaron, whose family has lived there since 1679.

The Countess of Carnarvon welcomed the decision to film the sequel at Highclere, explaining that although it saves her a lot of extra work, the hustle and bustle makes the castle “alive.”

Tennis: One still shows Bertie Pelham (Harry Haden Button), Lady Edith (Laura Carmichael), Lucy Smith (Tobins Middleton) and Tom Branson (Allen Leech) walking into a tennis match

Tennis: One still shows Bertie Pelham (Harry Haden Button), Lady Edith (Laura Carmichael), Lucy Smith (Tobins Middleton) and Tom Branson (Allen Leech) walking into a tennis match

Stills: Another sees Myrna Dalglish (Laura Haddock) getting out of an old car

Stills: Another sees Myrna Dalglish (Laura Haddock) getting out of an old car

Late release: The period drama was scheduled to hit screens around Christmas time, but the release date has been pushed back to March 18, 2022, reported in July

Late release: The period drama was scheduled to hit screens around Christmas time, but the release date has been pushed back to March 18, 2022, reported in July

She told the Daily Mail that when filming was taking place — February through June for all of Downton’s six series and an additional two months for the film — it was off.

Constantly in the wings, show the crew how to move the furniture—”take a girl in your arms and a chair under it”—and remind people to wipe their feet and respect the rugs.

However, despite all the adulation, Ms. Carnarvon is thrilled. We are all used to each other. We had a good routine. It was like a new semester in school – “Here they come!”

Text: Text that reads:

Text: The text that reads: “Take a first look at Downton Abbey: A New Era, only in Belfast theaters this weekend” Flashes at the end of the teaser

After all, a house like this used to be crowded and full of life. It comes alive with people and without it things go wrong.

Downton Abbey: A New Era starts where the first movie left off.

Watch Downton Abbey Beloved characters Robert (Hugh) and Cora Crowley (Elizabeth McGovern) are told they will be visited by the King and Queen and that the estate should prepare for the royal visit.

However, the family has to deal with a number of setbacks and problems along the way including an attempted assassination of a suspect.

Photographer: In one part of the teaser, a photographer takes a picture with an old camera

Photographer: In one part of the teaser, a photographer takes a picture with an old camera

Although the plot of the sequel has been kept secret, creator Julian told her so People magazine This week: “It really is a new era. As the twenties progressed, the world changed in so many ways.

“Everything from entertainment to transportation was really different by the end of the twenties. That’s what we’re referring to in that.

He added, “As we know from the last movie, Mary may not be the head of the household, but she is effectively managing the show. We take that further.

It was reported in August that a notable character would be killed in the sequel.

Iconic Death: A notable character dies in the much-anticipated Downton Abbey sequel, according to reports.

Iconic Death: A notable character dies in the much-anticipated Downton Abbey sequel, according to reports.

The death is said to be ‘very touching’ and fans of the Crowley family will undoubtedly fear Dame Maggie Smith’s elderly Dowager Countess character.

the sun She stated at the time: “Those who watched the scenes said they were very emotional.”

A source added to the newspaper: “They’re really going to leave fans in the flood. It’s sad at Highclere Castle and there won’t be a drought in cinemas.

Julian created the original series that aired on PBS, and ran for six seasons from 2010 to 2016.

The show followed the life of the Crowley family, who owned a sprawling estate in the English countryside in the early 1900s, and their servants.

Fan Concerns: The death is said to be 'very touching' and fans of the Crowley family will undoubtedly fear the Dowager Countess character played by Lady Maggie Smith.

Fan Concerns: The death is said to be ‘very touching’ and fans of the Crowley family will no doubt fear for Dowager Countess, played by Lady Maggie Smith.

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