Downton Abbey film releases dramatic SNEAK PEEK featuring two fan-faves

It's out on the 13th September

Downton Abbey film

by Anna Sky Hulton |
Updated on

We're just a couple of weeks away from the highly-anticipated Downton Abbey film, the spin-off from the ever popular TV series, which ended four years ago. And now fans have been treated with a new clip from the upcoming film.

The clip titled, 'We'll Have It Out', has been shared by Universal Pictures and sees Dame Maggie Smith, Imelda Staunton and Tuppence Middleton in action. In the clip, an awkward exchange takes place between Imelda's Lady Bagshaw and Maggie's Dowager Countess of Grantham.

As the Countess enters the room, she sees Lady Bagshaw sitting at her dressing table next to her maid Lucy Smith. The scenes starts with Lady Bagshaw saying, "How clever of you to find me...", to which, the Countess replies, "Well not really, I lived here 40 years."

Watch the new clip from Downton Abbey below:

This latest clip follows the official trailer for the film, which was released earlier this year. In the Downton Abbey trailer fans had the chance to see Hugh Bonneville's character, Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham, announce the news that King George V and Queen Mary would be visiting the family.

Announcing this news causes all of the house workers to fall into chaos - but everyone snaps back into shape when Carson returns to the Abbey.

The original run of Downton Abbey aired on ITV between 2010 and 2015, with the series finishing in 1926, this new film will pick up in 1927.

Not sure who everyone is in Downton Abbey? Here's a quick recap:

The Downton Abbey film: See the character posters

Gallery

RADIO Downton Abbey film posters stacked

Downton Abbey film1 of 10
CREDIT: u00a9 Focus Features

Hugh Bonneville as Robert Crawley, 7th Earl of Grantham and Elizabeth McGovern as Cora Crawley, Countess of Grantham

Downton Abbey film2 of 10
CREDIT: u00a9 Focus Features

Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Talbot and Maggie Smith as Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham

Downton Abbey film3 of 10
CREDIT: u00a9 Focus Features

Harry Hadden-Paton as Herbert Pelham, 7th Marquess of Hexham and Laura Carmichael as Edith Pelham, Marchioness of Hexham

Downton Abbey film4 of 10
CREDIT: u00a9 Focus Features

Jim Carter as Charles Carson and Phyllis Logan as Elsie Hughes

Downton Abbey film5 of 10
CREDIT: u00a9 Focus Features

Joanne Froggatt as Anna Bates and Brendan Coyle as John Bates

Downton Abbey film6 of 10
CREDIT: u00a9 Focus Features

Lesley Nicol as Beryl Patmore and Sophie McShera as Daisy Mason

Downton Abbey film7 of 10
CREDIT: u00a9 Focus Features

Michael C. Fox as Andrew 'Andy' Parker and Rob James-Collier as Thomas Barrow

Downton Abbey film8 of 10
CREDIT: u00a9 Focus Features

Allen Leech as Tom Branson and Matthew Goode as Henry Talbot

Downton Abbey film9 of 10
CREDIT: u00a9 Focus Features

Douglas Reith as Richard Grey, Baron Merton and Penelope Wilton as Isobel Grey, Baroness Merton

Downton Abbey film10 of 10
CREDIT: u00a9 Focus Features

Kevin Doyle as Joseph Molesley and Raquel Cassidy as Phyllis Baxter

Downton Abbey is in cinemas from 13th September. Not long to wait!

If you’re a sucker for the Spice Girls and love a bit of One Direction, you need heat Radio in your life.

We’re online at heatradio.com, and you can still get us on the free app on your Android, iPhone or tablet. Tune in on Freeview channel 716 on the telly or get us on your smart speaker by asking it to "play heat radio."

Download our heat Radio app on Android.

Download our heat Radio app on iOS.

Just so you know, whilst we may receive a commission or other compensation from the links on this website, we never allow this to influence product selections - read why you should trust us