• Reply to: The Catastrophist: Film Catalogue details   5 years 46 weeks ago

    I am so looking forward to this movie! What character is Dan playing in this movie?

  • Reply to: Download Downton Abbey and Josephine Hart poetry apps!   5 years 46 weeks ago

     Really? That is sad :(

  • Reply to: Download Downton Abbey and Josephine Hart poetry apps!   5 years 46 weeks ago

    In the newest update of the Josephine Hart app Dan doesn't seem to be in it :(

  • Reply to: Which of Dan's projects are you most looking forward to?   5 years 46 weeks ago

    So looking forward to "Summer in February", from all I have learned, it will be a beautifully romantic story, and with Dan's involvement, wonderfully well acted and filmed. Quality, for this intelligent actor who deserves a perfect showcase for his unique talents. There are very few, is any, who can match him.
    from the USA

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey episode 2 and Emmys tonight   5 years 46 weeks ago

    OF THAT BEAUTIFUL COUPLE, FROM THIS "YANK" WHO MUST WAIT PATIENTLY (?) TILL JANUARY TO "ATTEND " THE WEDDING. AFTER ALL THE MURDER AND MAYHEM OF MOST OF THE NOMINATED EMMY SHOWS, I CANNOT GET ENOUGH OF THE ELEGANCE, INTELLIGENCE AND SHEER DELIGHT OF "DOWNTON.." ( AND DAN STEVENS EPITOMIZES ALL OF THAT) THANK GOODNESS FOR DVD'S, I SHALL HAVE THEM WORN OUT BY THE TIME SEASON 3 FINALLY ARRIVES ON OUR SHORES.
    from the USA

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey episode 3 trailer & ratings   5 years 46 weeks ago

    I absolutely agree with above comments. I can't get to NY either so the prospect of Summer in February and more Dan audiobooks will have to suffice. Of course, we have more brilliant Sunday DA episodes to come yet, and maybe a Christmas Special?

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey episode 3 trailer & ratings   5 years 46 weeks ago

    Didn't doubt that Downton series 3 would achieve top viewing figures. I have all the previous dvd's and have watched them many times and series 3 does not disappoint. It is so exciting and fresh.
    Congratulations to Dame Maggie on her Emmy Award. She is such a treasure. Everyone loves her.
    Good luck Dan on your new ventures. The Heiress and Summer in February are two of them. Wish I could get to New York to see The Heiress. Afraid not, but will certainly be seeing Summer in February when it is released.
    Well done to everyone associated with Downton Abbey.

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey episode 2 and Emmys tonight   5 years 46 weeks ago

    The wedding dress is gorgeous .

  • Reply to: Review of Casino Royale   5 years 47 weeks ago

    Oh yes, I totally agree. A really good book to listen to, and even more so by the fact that it is so well read by Dan. Even if you are not a Bond fan you will appreciate this. His accents, pronunciation and the feeling that he puts into it really makes this rather special. Thank you. I shall be listening again very soon ! Also looking forward to his latest award winning release - The Time Keeper.

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey episode 2 and Emmys tonight   5 years 47 weeks ago

    This is a beautiful photograph. Thank you for posting.

    Also, good luck and best wishes for tonight's Emmy awards. Glad that John Lunn won the Creative Emmy for the wonderful Downton Abbey music. Very well deserved.

  • Reply to: Vamps: a trailer at last!   5 years 47 weeks ago

    I like the look of this!

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey and Dickens Confidential   5 years 47 weeks ago

    Radio drama at its best with Dan Stevens playing the role of Charles Dickens. Really very good.

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey and Dickens Confidential   5 years 47 weeks ago

    Brilliant....just brilliant. Well worth 45 minutes a day.

  • Reply to: Poetry App screenshot   5 years 47 weeks ago

    I HAVE THE POETRY APP ON MY I-PAD, SINCE DAN STEVENS MENTIONED IT IN A MONTHLY ARTICLE OF HIS IN THE TELEGRAPH. IT IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND ENJOYABLE APP I HAVE. DAN'S VOICE AND PERFECT DICTION DOES TRUE "POETIC JUSTICE" TO THE ONES HE READS. THERE ARE MANY OF MY FAVORITES INCLUDED, BUT I ESPECIALLY ENJOY DAN'S EXCELLENT READINGS. AGAIN, HE SIMPLY DOES NOT DISAPPOINT. THANK YOU, DAN!
    from the USA

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey 3: episode 2 trailer   5 years 47 weeks ago

    Yes, absolutely excellent, and up there with the best. I too hoped to see more of the wedding , there are some lovely photos in the Radio Times. Greatly looking forward to the next episode.

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey 3: episode 2 trailer   5 years 47 weeks ago

    As ever the show is great and Julian and the actors have captured the period beautifully. Wish we could have seen a bit more of the wedding but next episode looks up to par.

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey 3: episode 2 trailer   5 years 47 weeks ago

    I think the previous person is confusing todays easy ways with sex and the rather repressed ways in the early part of the 20th century - if you read books from that era you will see Julian is not a prig but
    as usual, historically correct.

  • Reply to: The Heiress: earlier start date   5 years 47 weeks ago

    Go for it Dan and break a leg! - make us Brits proud of you ( as if we can be any more then we are already!!) Such a lovely person in every single way.

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey 3: episode 2 trailer   5 years 47 weeks ago

    The heck with money--Where's the sex? When are we going to see Mary and Matthew have fun? All we have seen in the first two series are a couple of chaste kisses and fights! Enough already! People so deeply in love don't act that way- they usually jump on each other! What a prig Julian Fellowes is!
    A Big Fan.

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey: Creative Emmy Award wins & 9 million tune in to new series   5 years 47 weeks ago

    So well deserved - congratulations.

  • Reply to: Download Downton Abbey and Josephine Hart poetry apps!   5 years 47 weeks ago

    Dan, I wish you all the best for a most successful in Broadway but please come back to Downton Abbey. The show cannot do without you and Michelle Dockery as Matthew and Mary, who are my favourite characters and love story...
    Congrats to you and your lovely wife on your newborn son.

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey: series 3 commissioned   5 years 47 weeks ago

    Jane Austen never mentioned the horrendous maternal and child morbidity and mortality of her day, nor the ongoing wars between Britain and France, nor the grinding poverty experienced by many in England then. Doesn't stop her popularity still, nor the popularity of the many adaptations of her work. Downton Abbey is a drama, not a documentary, and has the licence to be whatever Julian Fellowes wishes. It being make-believe and everything, not a gritty reflection on social mores. 

    Luckily 10 million viewers just in UK agree. Enjoy series 3 :D

    Admin (not Dan)

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey: series 3 commissioned   5 years 48 weeks ago

    Dear Dan,

    I love Downton Abbey. I love the fact that all the working class people are either honourable forelock tuggers, prepared to hurl themselves in front of exploding artillery shells in order to save the lives of their betters OR are chain smoking cowardly self-wounders (to get out of the WWI trenches) & evil schemers who'll do something like place a bar of soap on the floor to rob the Lord & Lady of a beloved male heir.

    I love how the show totally ignores the dire, grinding poverty the vast majority of people lived in in those days, without the vote, health services, welfare , education, Morrisons to wander around in their pyjamas or inside toilets. In those halcyon, carefree days of one long fancy dress garden party for the right sort of people, His Lordship of the-Tory-fundraiser (yes, he received his peerage for raising money for the Tory party) Julian Kitchener Fellowes, show us, over & over again, just how so much, much better things were back then, when the Tories controlled everything, just as God had always intended. Hurrah!

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey 3: introducing series 3   5 years 48 weeks ago

    of the long awaited series 3 of this marvelous series. How will we in the States, the world's most impatient people, to manage waiting till January?? The brilliant cast may be thrilled with the response over here, but not nearly as thrilled as those of us who love it are to welcome and enjoy it. Dan Stevens is a lovely, lovely young man, both a gifted actor and a fine, fine writer. I have no doubt he will make a notable mark on Broadway this fall in "The Heiress", and in all his future endeavors as well. I will be watching with pleasure, and "great expectations"!
    from the USA

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey 3: introducing series 3   5 years 48 weeks ago

    Tonight - ITV3 8.00pm Behind the Scenes Downton Abbey narrated by Hugh Bonneville.
    Got to be a MUST to watch.

  • Reply to: Sunday Telegraph September column & Sunday Times interview   5 years 48 weeks ago

    Also welcome to New York CIty from me, Dan. Hope you and your family had a good trip. So happy you will be appearing in person in an American play- have tickets and will see you next month. If you have any question about the CIty let us all know and we will try to answer them!

  • Reply to: Sunday Telegraph September column & Sunday Times interview   5 years 48 weeks ago

    All the best for your time in the States - your dedicated fans here in the UK will miss you a great deal but will be rootin' for you over there. Enjoy your time and of course your family. Wishing you huge success with The Heiress and all the 'adventures' to come.

  • Reply to: Sunday Telegraph September column & Sunday Times interview   5 years 48 weeks ago

    What a lovely choice of name for the newest Stevens. And welcome to the States for all the family. Dan, though you will be playing an American in The Heiress, please don't lose that exquisite British accent of yours. I would miss it terribly. Downton #4, 5, or not, you have made a place for yourself in the hearts of all of us who love the series. Your family is so dear, please don't lose sight of "the things that matter and the things that don't". Best of luck in all your new ventures...and most of all...keep writing!!
    from the USA

  • Reply to: Which of Dan's projects are you most looking forward to?   5 years 48 weeks ago

    Welcome to NY to you and your family. May your new adventure be terrific for you all. Can't wait to see the heiress. How fortunate we are to have you on this side of the pond!! Enjoy and break a leg! All the very best to you.

  • Reply to: Downton Abbey 3: feature and interviews in The Sun   5 years 49 weeks ago

    Thank you for the heads up!! And also the kind words. It is true, very few interviews in the press are actually word for word transcripts, sadly. I can think of only one journalist, who writes for The Scotsman, whose interviews are always totally honest and without bias. So rare. K x

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