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Netflix suspended filming of the sixth season “out of respect for the Queen”

“As a show of respect, for now The filming of the sixth season of ‘The Crown’ has been suspended. Filming will also be suspended on the day of Her Majesty’s funeral the Queen,” the producers of the hit Netflix series said today in a statement. Yesterday there were many rumors about it but there were no official data.

The Emmy-winning series, created by Peter Morgan, focuses on the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. The fifth season is scheduled to premiere in November. and will cover the events of the monarch’s reign, who died this Thursday at the age of 96, during the 21st century.

Imelda Staunton in the role of Elizabeth II in the last two seasons of the Netflix series.

Imelda Staunton in the role of Elizabeth II in the last two seasons of the Netflix series.

In the last two seasons, the role of Isabel II is in charge of Imelda Stauntonwhich takes up the baton left by its colleagues and predecessors, Claire Foy who played the queen in the first two seasons and Olivia Colemanwhich he did in the third and fourth.

Olivia Colman and the Queen in 1973. Photo: Netflix and AP

Olivia Colman and the Queen in 1973. Photo: Netflix and AP

Both Foy and Colman won Primetime Emmy Awards for their performances.

National duel

On the other hand, it was thought that the sixth season would be the last of the saga and thus close the story that placed The Crown among the best series of all time. It is expected that from the platform they will confirm when the recordings suspended during the days of mourning in Great Britain will be resumed.

The death of Elizabeth II, the monarch who maintained her reign the longest, for more than 70 years, forced the filming of the sixth season episodes that are in full production to be suspended.

The sovereign, who ascended the throne in 1952, died surrounded by her family at Balmoral, her palace in the Scottish Highlands, the royal house announced on Thursday. She is succeeded by her eldest son, King Carlos III.

His death occurs before the premiere of the fifth season which, as happened with the previous ones, has a completely new cast. In addition to Imelda Staunton in the role of Elizabeth, there are Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Dominic West as Prince Charles and Elizabeth Debicki as Lady Di.

Olivia Colman as Elizabeth II in the third and fourth seasons of The Crown, Photo Netflix via AP.

Olivia Colman as Elizabeth II in the third and fourth seasons of The Crown, Photo Netflix via AP.

In addition, Olivia Williams participates, chosen for the role of Camilla Parker Bowles, today consecrated as queen consort of Carlos III and Jonny Lee Miller who will appear as Prime Minister John Major.

Although details have been kept under wraps, the season will apparently focus on the 1990s, which concluded with Diana’s tragic death in 1997, in a car accident in Paris, and amid her conflicts with the British royal family.

the last batch

The sixth season, for its part, chose Rufus Kampa16 years old, like Prince Harry already Ed McVey21, as Prince William, hinting that the season will explore the consequences of Diana’s death on the lives of her two children, in the early 2000s.

Prince Harry in 1998 and actor Rufus Kampa.  Photo: Netflix

Prince Harry in 1998 and actor Rufus Kampa. Photo: Netflix

Although Queen Elizabeth II never spoke publicly about The CrownClaire Foy, who played her in the show’s 2016 first season, declared a year later that she “would hate the idea of ​​her seeing it.”

“When you play a real person, you never want to be ghoulish,” he told Town & Country in an interview. at that moment. “I don’t want to destroy a person. I want to invent someone. So, I would hate for her to see it and think I dramatized too much.”

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