“Dorks,” Dockery, 36, wrote alongside a black-and-white picture of the trio smiling collectively on Sunday.
Stevens, who performed Matthew Crawley within the acclaimed tv sequence earlier than his character’s (spoiler alert!) premature demise, appeared to jokingly tease his personal involvement within the movie, which is ready to begin manufacturing this summer season.
“Ought to Matthew have a mustache for the #DowntonAbbeyMovie…?” the 35-year-old actor wrote alongside the identical picture. “Vote under.”
Days earlier, Leech shared of himself and Dockery, writing, “Look who’s in LA.”
Seemingly hinting that the pair would start filming the film shortly, he added that Dockery was “Quickly to be my sister-in-law once more.” The actor went on to make use of the telling hashtag “backtotheabbey.”
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The tv sequence, which received three Golden Globe awards and 15 Primetime Emmy awards throughout its six-season run, happened within the 20th century and adopted the lives of the elite Crawley household and the servants who labored of their dwelling.
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Although plot particulars for the movie have but to be introduced, a lot of the unique forged is ready to look within the upcoming film, together with Dockery, Leech, Maggie Smith, and Hugh Bonneville.
— Downton Abbey (@DowntonAbbey) July 13, 2018
Nevertheless, not each forged member shall be within the massive display reunion.
“I’m sadly not, however I’m so excited for it — I’m going to be entrance row,” James, 29, mentioned.
The British actress went on to clarify that bringing her character again simply wouldn’t make a lot sense.
“My character Rose moved off to New York, so it will be farfetched to deliver her again,” she mentioned.
“I might have beloved to have come again for a scene, however for a film it could actually’t be like a Christmas particular and it must be a targeted storyline,” James added, noting, “There was no house for Rose.”