What Hugh Bonneville Had to Say About a "Downton Abbey" Movie Will Make Fans Very, Very Happy

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It's been a little over two years since credits rolled on the final "Downton Abbey" episode -- and it's safe to say that fans still aren’t over it.

That’s why the desire for a "Downton Abbey" movie is REAL.

So, what does the show’s leading man, Hugh Bonneville, have to say about the odds of it happening?

(Spoiler: If you're a fan, you’re going to want to keep reading.)

"Put it this way," he says, “there’s a lot of goodwill towards the idea, because there’s still certainly a lot of love for the program.”

"I can imagine a world in which a film would happen," the actor affirms.


Now, if you still need something to fill the void until a film actually comes to fruition, a “Downton Abbey” exhibition opened in NYC at the end of last year -- and Hugh totally approves! 

In fact, he even filmed some video — in character — for it! 

"I have to say," he says of visiting the exhibition (which may move to other cities, according to the site), "I did get a little bit nostalgic."

"It's beautifully done," he continues. 'For those who followed the show, they would love it. They really would."

Hear him rave about it more in the video above!

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