Also, in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II passing away, we imagine that there will be a tribute-of-sorts to the late Monarch. With that in mind, we bring to you the report that The Crown may be staging an epic reunion featuring some actresses from the past.
According to an unconfirmed reports from The Sun out of the UK, Claire Foy and Olivia Colman (who played the Monarch for past seasons of the show) could be coming back for some sort of appearance in the final season, which helps to tie up the overall story of Elizabeth. Meanwhile, there are also claims in there that Viola Prettejohn of The Nevers could be playing an even younger, wartime version of the character. (Imelda Staunton, pictured above, is currently playing Elizabeth in the primary timeline of the series.)
We would imagine that if this report is true, there is some sort of retrospective within the final episodes where we see all of the different phases of this character’s life, and there are a lot of emotional moments that go along with it.
While The Crown as a series has been the subject of criticism for its occasional depiction of events, at the same time we do feel like it does hold a certain admiration for its main character. We know that they paused production following her passing, and we do think whatever is being planned here is meant to show a certain degree of respect and reverence. We’ll just have to wait and see what it looks like.
Do you think this particular idea could work rather well for The Crown season 6?
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This article was written by Jessica BunBun.