Julian Fellowes
Watch composers Rupert and Harry Gregson-Williams, costume designer Kasia Walicka-Maimone, and production designer Bob Shaw discuss depicting the wealth of America's original 1 Percent.
The sequel features a plot about a movie star with a voice at odds with the characters she plays, but writer Julian Fellowes and director Simon Curtis tell IndieWire it wasn't all inspired by the classic film.
Julian Fellowes blends PBS vibes with HBO grandeur in a drama series as opulent as it is chaste.
Despite Robert Altman and a cast of British acting royalty, it was the buzzy young actor's name that secured the final necessary financing for the 2001 film.
Watching veteran actors Tamsin Greig and Harriet Walter face off in period regalia is the highlight of this production from the “Downton Abbey” team.
Julian Fellowes returns to form with a cinematic event that will put fans in a royal dither while also providing the farewell they demanded.
The "Downton Abbey" creator's latest drama will still be a 10-episode season, but now on a different network.
And other observations from the "Downton Abbey" creator, like his impeccable eye for casting and new Louise Brooks movie, "The Chaperone."
Brian Percival, who directed the "Downton Abbey" pilot episode, is returning to the franchise to direct the feature film.
Fellowes thinks "The Crown" is "beautifully acted," but there's just one problem with the Netflix original.
Netflix also announced new "Stranger Things" cast members Carey Elwes and Jake Busey, and a comedy starring Idris Elba called "Turn Up Charlie."
Fellowes also admits that the production still needs the green light.
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