we went to see iron man 3 with friends today
i found it ironic that the guy who watched downton abbey was called happy
Dan Stevens as Matthew Crawley and Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley in Downton Abbey (2010).
Of all the characters, Mary is the one who undergoes the greatest metamorphosis over the course of the three series. When we first met her she appeared to be a hard-hearted, rather cold and ambitious elder daughter of an earl. Blighted by having been born a girl rather than a boy, she needed to prove that she could make a success of herself just as much as any male heir would have. Mary’s closest relationships are with men: her father, Matthew and Carson. This stems, perhaps, from her feeling that she should have been born a boy. If she wasn’t one, then she was going to be as near as dammit. Her admirable qualities are ones that would have been considered masculine in 1920: she’s an adventurer, brave, an excellent horsewoman and a natural leader. In many ways, a woman of her disposition at that time would have been frustrated by the stemming of her potential. — Jessica Fellowes, The Chronicles of Downton Abbey
Gary Carr, a regular on British TV, joins the hit costume drama as its first recurring black cast member
Carr will be the show’s first recurring black cast member, playing a “charming and charismatic” young jazz singer, Jack Ross.
Gareth Neame said: “His [Carr’s character] addition will bring interesting twists to the drama which we can’t wait for viewers to see in [season four].”
Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley in Downton Abbey (2010).
Have you any idea how scared they are? How scared they all are?