We can't get enough of Dame Maggie Smith this week. For one, the accomplished British actress stars in the highly-anticipated "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," which opens this Friday. She also made headlines when she revealed to The Sunday Times that she's likely to leave "Downton Abbey" after next season. Show More Summary
This weekend, Hugh Jackman stars opposite a newly programmed, independent police droid in Neill Blomkamp's "Chappie," Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, and the gang is back in the sequel "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," and Vince Vaughn...Show More Summary
Season 5 of "Downton Abbey" was filled with a lot of family intrigue and romance. Lady Mary rejected two suitors and found an interesting new candidate, while Rose got married. It was also revealed that the Dowager had a past with a Russian prince, and at the season finale, Mr. Show More Summary
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Maggie Smith worried "Downton Abbey" fans earlier this week when she implied that she was leaving the show after its upcoming sixth season."They say this is the last one, and I can’t see how it could go on," the 80-year-old actress told The Sunday Times. "I mean, I certainly can’t keep going.
It’s been three years since a group of aging British expats moved into The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, but they’re back this week in screenwriter Ol Parker’s follow-up to 2012’s surprise international hit. Parker chatted with Vulture about the first film’s success, the process of writing a sequel he never... More »
Maggie Smith made some comments over the weekend which suggested she would be leaving Downton Abbey after next season. Now, however, the 80-year-old actress’ rep is stating that she actually did not mean that she would be leaving the show and that she was just speaking lightheartedly. “[Maggie] has always been on the record as [...]
In what is otherwise known as a “Tuesday morning,” beleaguered publicists for Maggie Smith had to rush in and clean up the damage wrought by the 80-year-old Downton Abbey star, after she made comments implying she would be leaving the series after next season. Show More Summary
Post by Adriana Velez. Oh... I... I cannot find the words to say how I feel -- to quote the Dowager Countess. Sit down, everyone, I'm afraid I have some dreadful news: Dame Maggie Smith says she's leaving Downton Abbey. How will they...Show More Summary
A hardworking, dedicated woman: actress Maggie Smith, who recently turned 80 on December, says that despite age she still desired to work for television and film for fear of "missing out."
Is Maggie Smith leaving Downton Abbey? Will the show come to an end after Season 6? Maggie Smith feels the answer is "yes" to both questions. The post Maggie Smith Leaving ‘Downton Abbey’ After Season 6 appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
“I just don’t think I could cope with it. Almost every Wednesday and Saturday I wake up relieved it’s not a matinee.. … It’s hard enough doing film and television, but at least you know it’s not day, after day, after day. I just found it so exhausting.” (By the way, what she actually said […]
Maggie Smith (Minerva McGonagall) recently sat down for a couple of Sunday Time’s interviews. (If you have a subscription to The Sunday Times you can read the full articles here and here). Smith talked of her character on Downton Abbey, saying that the series must be coming to an end, and she doesn’t “see how...read more!
Things around Downton Abbey may be getting a little warmer after next season. Actress Maggie Smith, who plays the Dowager Countess on the PBS hit drama, says she's likely done after the upcoming sixth season of the show. Smith also hinted that the series itself could call it quits after Season 6. Show More Summary
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Notorious bad girl Maggie Smith, the Charlie Sheen of British costume dramas, has revealed that she plans on leaving her series Downton Abbey in the lurch after next season, selfishly looking to pursue her off-screen antics of gracefully growing old. Show More Summary
"Downton Abbey" fans, you may want to sit down before reading this: Maggie Smith may be ready to leave the show.
Maggie Smith is ready to leave Downton Abbey. The veteran actress has played the Dowager Countess on ITV?s hit series for five seasons, now, and the show is already in production, once again. Regardless, Smith recently spoke out to say that the upcoming sixth season will be the Dowager Countess? last.Click To Continue Reading
Maggie Smith has decided she will no longer be on Downton Abbey past season 6. During an interview with the Sunday Times, Smith revealed that Downton Abbey simply can’t go on forever, which means she doesn’t see the show going on past season 6. Show More Summary
“They say this is the last one, and I can’t see how it could go on."