Did you lose Downton Abbey in the British fog? Catch up here
NEW YORK (AP) — Does it feel like forever since we lost the style, splendor and scandals of "Downton Abbey?"
Well, dust off your jewels and put on the kettle because the twists and turns at...
Lady Mary signals filming begins for ‘Downton Abbey’ movie
NEW YORK (AP) — Filming has begun for the "Downtown Abbey" movie.
Michelle Dockery, who plays Lady Mary in the global hit, posted a photo on Instagram with the caption, "And...we're off."
The film will reunite the Crawley family on the big screen. Series creator Julian Fellowes wrote the screenplay and will produce.
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Michelle Dockery considers herself a widow after fiance’s death
Michelle Dockery considers herself a "widow" following the death of her fiancé.
The 'Downton Abbey' star's partner John Dineen passed away in December 2015 at the age of 34 after battling a rare form of cancer and Michelle said the pair were "married at heart".
She told The Guardian newspaper: "I refer to myself as a widow, yes. We were engaged, and married at heart, and so I do consider myself a widow.
"That's the first time I've said that, and it's a bit of a relief to say so."
Michelle Dockery on TNT’s ‘Good Behavior’: ‘There’s never a dull moment’
Michelle Dockery gets bombarded with fan mail from prisoners.
The 35-year-old actress' role as drug addict and con artist Letty in US TV show 'Good Behaviour' has attracted her a new legion of fans behind bars, and she tries to answer all the letters she receives from her jailed supporters.
She said: "I still get letters about 'Downton Abbey' but now I get letters from people serving time in prison, saying how they relate to Letty."
This week in arthouse cinema: British drama, stop-motion animation and Tarantino’s debut
A novel British drama full of stars, a new Oscar-nominated animated film and Quentin Tarantino’s first film are highlights on this week’s arthouse-cinema schedule.
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“The Sense of an Ending”: A brilliant British cast of Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling and Michelle Dockery star in this drama about an elderly man forced to look back at a moment in his past and how it will shape his legacy.
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NC-produced show with Michelle Dockery gets 2nd film grant
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The television series featuring a star of "Downton Abbey" has been approved for a state film grant for its second season.
North Carolina officials say the TNT series "Good Behavior" starring Michelle Dockery is one of three productions getting a grant. The show is filmed in the Wilmington area and is eligible for up to $9 million.
A film about a multimillion dollar book heist is eligible for up to $1.7 million. "American Animals" is being filmed in the Charlotte area.
Wilmington lands 2nd season of TV series ‘Good Behavior’
WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) — A TNT television series featuring a star of "Downton Abbey" will film a second season in Wilmington.
The StarNews of Wilmington reports (http://bit.ly/2j0NeQ1) TNT officials said "Good Behavior" starring Michelle Dockery has been renewed.
The executive vice president of EUE/Screen Gems Studios, Bill Vassar, then confirmed the series would return to Wilmington for the second season.
‘Downton’s Dockery is great being bad in ‘Good Behavior’
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — "Good Behavior" is replete with bad behavior.