Downton Abbeys Jim Carter is up for sequel movie if it makes a lot of money

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Downton Abbeys Jim Carter has revealed he might be up for a sequel to the beloved period dramas upcoming movie – if it makes a lot of money.

Fair play, Jim. Fair play.

With the main cast reprising their roles for the film, which is set to hit the big screen on 13 September, fans are already wanting more.

And the 71-year-old isnt ruling anything out, explaining: If this goes down well and, lets face it, makes lots of money, who knows?

Speculating about a possible plot, he said: I know if there is a second one it will start with a funeral and people walking away very solemnly from a graveyard and there will be a panning shot along six headstones of those who werent available for the film and that is how it will start, (it will be a case of) who let the dowager drive?

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If people love it, why wouldnt you do it? he added to PA. It will be driven by peoples enjoyment.

Consider us well and truly intrigued.

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Butler Charles Carson retired from Downton Abbey due to ill health at the end of the final series to the sadness of many viewers.

But loyal fans will be happy to know he will be returning to duty for a royal visit and nothing could be better than that for him, according to Jim.

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The main cast are set to reprise their roles (Picture: Getty Images)

Speaking to the Mirror, he said: For Lady Mary to ask him to come back to serve the King and Queen, it was going burst his buttons.

Sounds painful.

Set in 1927, a year after the events in the TV series, the Downton Abbey movie – aptly called Downton Abbey – will hit the big screen very soon.

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Most of our faves look set to return, including Dowager Countess Violet Crawley (played by Dame Maggie Smith), Lady Edith (Laura Carmichael), Countess Cora Crawley (Elizabeth McGovern), Earl Robert Crawley (Hugh Bonneville) and, of course, Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) and her dashing husband Henry Talbot (Matthew Goode).

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