In news that would make the Dowager Countess clutch at her pearls, it has been revealed that the Downton Abbey movie could be happening as early as 2017. That's this year, you guys!
Jeremy Swift, who played Septimus Spratt in the hit show, has revealed that the film could be made very soon.
"There is a film script which we’ve all been sent, but it disappeared in a Mission: Impossible stylee from our emails. With a little puff," he said during an appearence on ITV's Lorraine. "It’s supposed to be happening, filming, this year but it hasn’t been locked down yet."
The only problem, aside from the missing scripts? Getting all the actor's schedules in line.
"It’s just getting everybody in that same space and time. I think there is a huge appetite for it," he revealed.
Before you go ahead and get too excited, we must alert you to the fact that Carnival Films, which produces the drama, told BBC that there are no definite plans.
"There are still no firm plans about when a film might go into production," they said. "When the future plans are certain we will of course make an announcement at the relevant time."
We'll be standing by in our coziest knits with some tea and crumpets, however, in the hopes the film sees the light of day very soon.