Added first outtake from Town & Country UK magazine in our gallery. We can only hope to see more of it soon!

DAILY MAIL – Lily James, who plays fun-loving Lady Rose in Downton Abbey, is leaving the phenomenally popular show after she completes filming series five — but she won’t be killed off.

The actress is the title star of Disney’s live-action, big-screen Cinderella, which also stars Game Of Thrones actor Richard Madden (Robb Stark, the King Of The North) as Prince Charming, Cate Blanchett as Cinderella’s stepmother, and Helena Bonham Carter as the fairy godmother. Disney will release the picture next year, around Easter, and they have requested that Lily make herself available to help market the movie around the world.

She would be beginning her duties as a Disney Princess around the same time as Downton Abbey starts filming its sixth season. The Downton overlords don’t want Lady Rose written out of the show, though, so they will have her ‘bubbling’ away, but out of sight, and have urged her to come back and appear in the special Christmas episodes.
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Lily was busy yesterday night, while attending another event in London. I have added high quality pictures of miss James at the Battersea Power Station Annual Party.

Public Appearances > 2014 > Battersea Power Station Annual Party

Lily attends the launch of Town & Country magazine at Fera at Claridge’s Hotel on April 30, 2014 in London, England.

Public Appearances > 2014 > Town & Country Magazine Launch

Behind the scenes video of Lily for Town & Country UK’s June cover shoot!

Lily graces the cover of the first UK Town & Country magazine and she looks gorgeous in this white dress from Ralph Lauren. I’ll try to add scans as soon as possible. On newsstands from May 1st, enjoy!

Lily looked stunning at the Changing Faces Gala Dinner held at Bloomsbury Ballroom on March 27, 2014 in London, England.

Public Appearances > 2014 > Changing Faces Gala Dinner

As said in the previous post, a five minutes footage of ‘Cinderella’ was shown at the CinemaCon, here are some more details about it. The article below contains spoilers!

io9 – Disney’s live action Cinderella movie is so wonderfully beholden to the animated source material, it will make your heart swell. And we’ve seen a large chunk of it, including the Evil Stepmother, Cate Blanchett — who makes her grand entrance with A CAT ON A LEASH.

Today at CinemaCon, Disney gave a large presentation of their upcoming films, and the huge standout hit was Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella. Honestly I had almost forgotten all about this film — well, no more. Move over Maleficent (which had absolutely nothing to show.) Cinderella and her tiny clothes-wearing mice are here to wear the Disney Crown. Here’s everything I saw.

The footage opened as all good fairy tales should, a woman’s voice says “Once Upon A Time there was a Child named Ella.”
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