“It is very strange to make it official especially since we are talking about it in the future perfect,” he says, with a laugh.
“I am not sure exactly what tense it is, but it is something very weird.” That is an almost perfect Dan Stevens joke.
“I think it was harder for the people who had to react to me getting out of the chair,” says Stevens, with a grin.
“That was a particularly strange point in the narrative.
Morris Townsend is a little bit different, and that for me is good enough.” His voice trails away, and he looks down at his hands.
I think there were some justifiable criticisms of series two and its pace.
I think from what I have seen, series three has been a lot stronger.
Downton, playing on his boyish handsomeness and his passionate affair with the stand-offish Lady Mary, has made him a star, both in the UK and America.
When he walks on stage in New York, he commands a round of applause just as great as that of his movie-making co-stars.