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Elizabeth McGovern Dished About The New 'Downton Abbey' Movie

Elizabeth McGovern chatted to 'The Project' about the hotly-anticipated 'Downton Abbey' movie.

The actor, musician, and producer answered some very important questions about the film adaptation of the popular TV series.

"Fans are desperate to know what happens," said Project panellist Tim Blackwell. "Is it true that everyone dies?" he asked.

"No" the actress known for her role as Cora Crawley said, keeping it extremely professional in not giving away any script secrets from the historical drama.

"I can tell you that not too much has changed, we haven’t jumped forward in time, all the characters are there," she said.

"I think the fans will be happy," McGovern added.

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(The Project).

Hamish Macdonald pointed out that McGovern, who stars in the upcoming feature The Chaperone is a huge fan of period dramas, asking what she has against the modern era.

"Nothing!" McGovern promised. "Tell somebody to give me a part where I wear tight trousers and combat boots! I'd be there in a second".

The Chaperone is in cinemas now, and the Downton Abbey film is set for release later this year. 

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