Recording for the fifth season of “The Crown” has already begun and on Friday, July 30, Netflix released the first official image of what will be the next Queen Elizabeth II in the series.
The revelation took place through digital platforms dedicated to promoting the series, whose photo was accompanied by a simple caption. “Early disclosure of our new Queen Elizabeth II, Imelda Staunton‘, but not three notes official.
The concerned actress, known for her participation in films such as “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”, where he gave life to the teacher Dolores Umbridge, where Shakespeare’s Passion, to embody the character in the last two seasons of the series – and thus the successor Claire Foy NS Olivia Colman.
When it was known that Staunton would give life to the Queen, the actress released an official statement in which she spoke about her participation in a series that, as she explains, has always loved seeing it.
“I’ve always loved seeing The Crown, and as an actress, it was a pleasure to see how Claire Foy and Olivia Colman brought something unique and special to Peter Morgan’s screenplay. So talented to help bring the series to a gracious conclusion,” she explained.
Although the new season of the Netflix series has already been taped, there is still no official return date. However, it is only expected to debut in 2022.
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