Get everyone into the library for this announcement: A “Downton Abbey” movie is officially happening

Hide all the good china, because we’re having a decidedly un-ladylike reaction to the news that there’s definitely a Downton Abbey MOVIE coming our way.

Michael Edelstein, president of NBCUniversal International Studios, told the Associated Press during the opening of Downton Abbey: The Exhibition that he’s hoping to reunite the entire cast for an upcoming film.

“We are working on getting the script right and then we’ve got to figure out how to get the [cast] together," he said. "Because as you know, people go on and do other things. But we’re hopeful to make a movie sometime next year.

This bit of amazing news was actually lost on some of the cast members, who were also on hand for the exhibition opening.

“Oh, well, you’ve got confirmation before us. We have no idea if that’s happening,” Sophie McShera, who played Daisy Mason, told the AP.

Laura Carmichael, who played Lady Edith Crawley, was equally startled.

"Well, tell my agent, because we're still waiting to know," she said. "We're hoping that will happen soon."

Yup, looks like we’re all in agreement here! This needs to happen soon.

If you can’t wait that long to see the Crawleys together again, take comfort in knowing that the cast actually have their own mini-reunions.

“We bump into one another,” Phyllis Logan told People. “We did have a meetup recently. Some of us were all there — 30 of us. We had dinner.” What goes down at those dinner parties, though, is sadly top secret.

“Woah, we can’t say,” Logan quipped. “Off the Richter scale!”

Pardon us, while we go scheme to get ourselves an invite.