British actress Phyllis Logan has revealed she ''definitely'' wants to make a 'Downton Abbey' movie.
Phyllis Logan ''definitely'' wants to make a 'Downton Abbey' movie.
The 59-year-old actress - who stars as housekeeper Mrs Hughes in the popular period drama - has added her voice to calls for the iconic TV show to be transformed into a movie, but she acknowledged there are several obstacles that first need to be overcome.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz about making the much-discussed movie, Phyllis said: ''Well, I definitely would. It would be lovely. But logistically it's quite complex because there are so many of us.''
The actress, who was speaking at the launch of the show's sixth and final series, explained: ''If we were all going to be the same old team getting back together - which would make sense - just working out everybody's part in it and where they would be [would be tough]. And because Jo's going on to do another job, several other people are, who knows what would happen beyond that.
''So getting us all together might be a bit ... it's tricky enough at the best of times, but cajoling us all might be a bit of a challenge. But no, I would be up for it.''
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