Hugh Bonneville doubts one other ‘Downton Abbey’ film will likely be made.
The 58-year-old actor performed Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham in each the interval drama TV sequence and the 2 movies, however believes the franchise has “in all probability run its course”.
Talking to Display Rant, Hugh stated: “This can be a fictional world, as a result of I do not suppose there’s one other. I have been pondering for some time that (there can be); we’re all up for it, and we will go. However I feel I’ve in all probability adopted its working now. And it has been a implausible 12 on-and-off years that we have visited this household. However I feel that is in all probability sufficient.”
The ‘Paddington’ star continued: “If it did proceed, I do not know the place it will go subsequent. On the premise that every of the final iterations has taken a couple of 12 months, or for a 12 months, we’d be in 1929.
“What occurs then? It is the Wall Avenue Crash, and the enjoyment of the ’20s will cease. So, it will be doubtlessly fairly bleak. I do not know. And as for Robert? Effectively, he’ll die. So, a very good loss of life can be good.”
Hugh admitted that filming the sequel ‘Downton Abbey: A New Period’ was a “nice pleasure” as a number of solid members traveled to the south of France.
He stated: “We needed to quarantine for every week, which was a bit annoying, but it surely was a pleasant sufficient week to spend by a pool.
“As soon as we bought to the set it was arduous work as a result of it was scorching, but it surely was good and it was very satisfying. it will have been the identical.
“We had been very fortunate and sure, it was an awesome pleasure.”