A New Era NYC Movie Premiere Photos

The new Downton Abbey motion picture has practically arrived! While the movie, titled Downton Abbey: A New Era will never officially hit theaters on this aspect of the pond right up until Wednesday, the stars of the beloved upstairs-downstairs drama hit the red carpet previous evening for the film’s NYC premiere at Lincoln Heart, and suffice to say that there had been no dowdy maids frocks in sight. Here, just take a look at some of the nights biggest red carpet moments.

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Hugh Dancy, who seems in the movie as a Hollywood director, and his wife, Claire Danes.

Elizabeth McGovern, who plays Cora, sported her breathtaking silver locks on the red carpet.

Lady’s Maid no more, Joanne Froggatt (Anna) shone in a sequined black crop leading and skirt.

Raquel Cassidy (Skip Baxter) produced a significant statement in a ruffled floral range.

Kevin Doyle, who plays Mr. Molesley.

Laura Carmichael aka Edith wore a black robe with a ruffled texture.

No one would mistake glamorous Phyllis Logan for her housekeeper character Mrs. Hughes.

Michelle Dockery (Mary) and Laura Carmichael (Edith) shared some sisterly adore on the crimson carpet.

Allen Leech and Jessica Blair Herman seemed sweet is complementary shades of rose.

Elizabeth McGovern (Cora) and her on-display screen husband Hugh Bonneville (Robert) created very the couple on the pink carpet.

Downton Abbey writer and creator Julian Fellowes.

Downton was not the only Julian Fellowes generation to make an appearance on the crimson carpet. Various actors, like Christine Baranski, from Fellowes’s The Gilded Age had been also in attendance.

Cynthia Nixon, who also appears in The Gilded Age.

Donna Murphy, one more Gilded Age star.

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