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It's a shame "Summer in February" isn't playing all over the country , especially after the exposure it got on TV and the press. There's hardly a venue at all in the NW around Manchester. I specially want to see it as my aunt and uncle were in service to the Carter-Woods as maid and chauffeur at their residence in Silloth during the 1930's. My uncle often talked of his days with the C-W's and would be enthralled that their children were the subject of a major film.
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Hello dan stevens how are you did you enjoy Father's Day yesterday with your wife children and family I would like to meet you when you are not busy doing films I like your image your hair you look slimmer then you did in downton abbey I support you and wish you the best with America from Amy Howard a dan stevens fan
Dan, I'm going to love you in anything you do! First saw you on DOWNTON ABBEY (prefer you with more meat on your bones), but I'm going to see everything you do. You are a wonderful actor (and so easy on the eyes)!!!!!
A little side note to all those who are acting as if Dan Stevens just kicked your puppy:
For the love of God, leave the dramatics to the professionals.
This concludes our message of clarity. You may now resume your teeth-gnashing and hand-wringing.
You were wonderful on Downton Abbey, and I'm sure you'll bring your magic along with you wherever you go (films, television, Broadway, etc.)
Also, I don't know if this will mean anything to you, personally, but I thought I'd share, nonetheless. You remind me of a young James Stewart. It's the facial expressions, and you share something almost undefinable with him. Maybe it's the sideways glances, or the almost uneasy/awkward charm. Regardless, it's a compliment.
Thank you for bringing smiles, laughter and a little heart-throbbing on the side, while you were on Downton. Break a leg with your current pursuits!
I am young and my one wish is for you to return to downton. Please, please, please, please
I was in a state of shock over the ending of season 3. I became a fan while tuning into the end of season2. This is the best drama on American TV. It finally paid off to have Infinity cable and I have been able to watch all 3 series. I am a total admirer and am so sad that it ended this way. Can't you recover from a head wound like you did the spinal wound? Think of that poor baby grasping Mary's finger. Please find a way to return. You have done a superb job and best of everything to you no matter what. I look forward to seeing you in whatever you choose to select just don't fall for the movie star stuff like Colin Farrell from Ballykisangel.
I heard such wonderful things about Downton Abbey, so I was thrilled to get involved in the series a few weeks ago. I just finished Season 3, and I am devastated! Then to read it is because Mr. Stevens won't return, even part time, to the series breaks my heart. It seems that as an actor, one would understand how connected the audience gets to a character, especially one involved in a main love plot. It is hard for me to comprehend why an actor leaves a highly popular show. They should be proud of it and give back to the show that brought them so much fame. I hate to say it, but it does ruin the show for me and any anticipation of another season.
Seriously what would possess you to leave what will go down as one of the best shows of all time? Jon Hamm didn't run out on and destroy Mad Men, because why should he sneer at such a once in a lifetime opportunity? Do you really think your DA fans will follow you after you ruined one of the best shows running today in order to try to cash in and try your luck in Hollywood? Undoubtedly you are surrounded by people who make a percentage based on how much you take in and they will pimp you for what it's worth and be on to the next guy in six months. The US will chew you up and spit you out. DA was the one thing you had going for you and you ruined it. In a few years you'll be lucky to get car commercials.
I'm a massive Downton fan and I wanted to say that you did a great job playing Matthew on the show. From what I've read online I think I can safely say I'm one of the few who won't hold it against you for leaving. I highly respect your decision, and however hard it is to see Matthew go I still like the show very much. I hope you have great success in the future, and hopefully we'll be seeing you on screen soon enough!!!
Looking forward to Season 4 of Downton Abbey as well as to all of the other projects:-)Was great to meet Dan the other day;-)
Dear Mr. Stevens,
I just wish to say I am appalled by the people who have the nerve to give you crap for leaving Downton or for your so-called makeover. Especially when it comes from the press (how very unprofessional!) I hope you pay no attention to them. Personally, I loved your portrayal of Matthew Crawley and wish you all the best.
Your affectionate fan
I cannot believe some of the comments on this message board!!!! Though disappointed, I don't have any hard feelings toward the man himself about his decision to move on after three seasons. I am a fan of D.A. (albeit a late-comer) and did not see Matthew Crawley's demise coming either. After that gratifying scene with Mary and their firstborn, I felt the stage had been set for future bliss between those two characters (ALAS!), and I was stunned when Matthew crashes his car a few moments later and dies at the end of Season 3 (GOD!). It's remarkable how upset I felt(a testimonial to how great an actor Dan Stevens is and how excellent a show D.A. is). In the heat of the moment I felt like writing the show off too (SCREW THEM, SCREW THE WHOLE DAMN SHOW!). But I must say, as much as I will miss Matthew Crawley, once the shock wore off, I realized, and said to the person next to me at the time, "Guess he got a better offer." Ha! I thought the same about Sybil (rather the actress who played Sybil). I live in N.J. very close to N.Y.C. and saw a few weeks ago (too late) that Dan Stevens was just on Broadway in Henry James's The Heiress. Anyway, I think he is a wonderful actor--and appears to be a very lovely person. There aren't too many who put the gentle in gentleman the way he does. As an artist, he wanted to move on from Downton. I get it. I don't think it's about the fame but about the work. I wish him the best in all he does. I will be watching! :-)
I guess you just broke this 71 year old heart. I just love you so much as Matthew. I had my whole family watching Downton Abby. I watched part one about 10 times, part 2 about the same, part 3 watched it 1 time, could not believe how disappointed in the whole season 3. Prepaid months ahead and clinged to every thing that came out early and couldn't wait for it to come on in January, counted the days. I've never been so disappointed as I was in the Season 3. Seem like another writer wrote it. Just wasn't the same, wonderful story line. Just wasn't as good. I was very disappointed. Then hen they killed you off in the last scene. That was the straw that broke the camels back.. I wish you and your family the best. But very disappointed that you will be gone. Love you, you were a great Matthew Crawley. I will linger on that last kiss you gave Mary before they killed you. I hope to see you again somewhere.
Dan, I am considered a senior and I recon most people don't pay attention to older folks. But I loved you so much in Downton Abby. I know you are not Matthew, but when you supposedly got killed in the last scene. I said then that was the last time I was going to watch that show. I loved it so much and season 3 was the biggest disappointment to begin with, then when they killed you in the car crash. I said then, I am not watching that show again. We got mr.Bates out of prison, saved Dowton with your money, killed off Sybil, got the Crawleys their heir, killed off the main character( you). There are nothing else that could be brought into the story line that would be interesting, so I closed that story in my mind and going to erase season 1,2,3, from my iPad. I figure the rest of the story will be as boring as season 3. I hated to see you leave the show, you were the main character. I will not be the same without you. So sorry J. Fellows did a sorry job in season 3. Thank you.
I hope that you read these comments in some form. I hope that you have a knowledgable support system in your team/manager. I hope that they will make you understand that you have outraged the public and ruined your career. I hope that you can see what we all do, which is that you failed this character and this show. I hope you can understand how lucky you were to play such a well written character and how insane you are to leave it. I hope that you will realize the best is not yet to come for you, it had come already...and you mucked it up.
Here's hoping that you come to your senses before it is officially too late...
Absolutely can't believe some stuff I read, the person calling Dan selfish!! He is a very talented actor who has a successful career to organise. You would rather he stayed stuck with one character for the sake of a fictional character's happiness so you can enjoy Downton Abbey the way you like it... who is selfish? Congratulations to Dan on a very promising career, I love his work. I wish people would remember that actors are real people, stop falling in love with them and appreciate their hard work for its quality not just their look. Looking forward to following Dan in different roles and hope to get the chance to see him perform live at a theatre one day. Well done and good luck
Congrats on your new projects! As for DA, yes, I was very, very upset with the ending, but really, perhaps your desicion was the right one - I'm thinking the writers shoud've concluded the series with the Christmas special! If Julian's original plan was three series they should've stuck to that! Anyway, good luck and please do more audio books as they are heavenly!
all the best to someone who loves antiquarian books from someone who loves them more (i think).
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