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Downton Abbey Television Videos

Downton Abbey Television Videos

DEADLINE – ITV has set a premiere date for the next trip to the Grantham estate. Season 5 of Downton Abbey will debut in the UK on September 21 at 9PM local. (The U.S. premiere was previously announced for January 4, 2015 on PBS Masterpiece.) Season 5 kicks off in 1924 as Ramsay MacDonald becomes Britain’s first ever Labour Prime Minister. As I’ve previously reported, Lady Mary, who dealt with the demise of her husband Matthew in S4, will deal with defining how her life moves forward. Guest stars this year include Richard E Grant and Anna Chancellor. Executive producer Gareth Neame recenty told me, “We’re always doing twists and turns. I hope we will have a few things that will surprise this year.” Change is a big theme, as evidenced in the trailer.

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After being nominated by Matt Smith, Lily shared on her official instagram three videos of her ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. She is absolutely adorable!

Downton Abbey Television Videos

While promoting ‘Downton Abbey’ series 5, the cast joke about what their characters would be like if they time-travelled to 2014.

Cinderella Movies Videos

Watch below a great interview with Cinderella‘s director Kenneth Branagh. Enjoy!

Interviews Photoshoots Videos

HARPER’S BAZAAR – Go behind the scenes with the female cast of Downton Abbey during their cover shoot for the August issue of Harper’s Bazaar. Shot against the beautiful backdrop of Firle Place in Sussex, watch as photographer Alexi Lubormirski captures the actresses in a series of beautiful gowns and fine jewellery, listen to interviews with actresses Laura Carmichael and Lily James, and witness the theatrical photo shoot come to life – from hair and make-up, to costume, set and lighting.

Interviews Photoshoots Videos




On the July issue of Vanity Fair, cover star Shailene Woodley headlines a portfolio of up-and-coming stars we like to call “The New Wave.” Photographed by Miguel Reveriego, these rising talents have a huge variety of major projects on the horizon, from new spins on classic fairy tales to high-profile sequels to some of the summer’s biggest potential blockbusters. And they come with just as much variety in their backgrounds; some, like Jaden and Willow Smith, are children of Hollywood royalty, while others, like Jack Reynor and Eve Hewson, have traveled from overseas to work with some of our biggest directors. No matter where these actors and actresses came from, we only see them going one place from here: Up. And up. And up. See them all in the July issue—available this week on newsstands in New York and L.A. and for download in the digital edition—and scroll down for a sample of what’s inside.