For actor Dan Stevens, the Beast presented a set of challenges where he had to reenact his scenes multiple times so the motion capture could be realistic.
Though Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb is billed as the final movie in the fantasy series, it still incorporates some new blood into the mix alongside franchise favorites like Ben Stiller and Robin Williams. The most significant new addition is Dan Stevens of Downton Abbey, who plays Lancelot. Lancelot doesn’t realize that he’s a museum exhibit and in one of the film’s quirkiest moments, he invades a West End production of Camelot
Many know actor Dan Stevens for his role as the chivalrous good-doer Matthew Crawley of Downton Abbey, but this fall the 31-year-old will break out of his golden boy persona with a handful of new roles. Stevens recently spoke with Guardian, sharing that it was a gut instinct to depart the Masterpiece series, one that has worked out in his favor. “Have I had a good time [since leaving]? Yes. Would I have enjoyed it
Dan Stevens, star of the Golden Globe-winning series Downton Abbey, will play the role of “Morris Townsend” opposite Academy Award® nominee Jessica Chastain and Academy Award® nominee and Emmy® Award winner David Strathairn in the Tony Award®-winning play The Heiress. “I couldn’t ask for a more exciting Broadway debut: to work on such a fascinating play, with such fantastic actors as Jessica Chastain and David Strathairn and one of Broadway’s great directors, Moisés Kaufman,” said