The Royal Family enters a new decade after its fifth season on November 9th, posing the biggest challenge they may have faced: justifying their role in ''90s Britain. We have a new set of preview pictures as well as a review of their respective roles.
Viewers of the Crown are given a Season 5 "Who''s Who" rating by The Crown.
The upcoming season stars include: Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Dominic West as Prince Charles, Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Jonny Lee Miller as John Major, and Mohamed Al Fayed. Now, here''s all of the cast''s roles in the fifth season:
"I''m really hoping that Imelda Staunton gets the best of both," she says of Queen Elizabeth II: "I''m sure they''ll see her again." "So, let''s hope that works out for them, because I''ve done it. Nothing I can do about it now!"
"Doing this and looking into Philip''s background and discovering what made him the guy he was," Jonathan Pryce says of Prince Philip''s Duke of Edinburgh: "I''m more interested in their lives and their emotional life," he adds.
Dominic West as Charles and Prince of Wales says, "I believe people understand because the cast has changed every two seasons, that this is not an imitation. This is the evoking of a character." The obvious answer is that we don''t, but we have an incredible writer, a dramatist, who is genuine in the show''s fascination.
"That''s the real pleasure of playing these people at this moment," Elizabeth Debicki told the Princess of Wales. In the ''90s, everything had begun to be filmed, and it was the birth of the 24-hour news cycle, thus there''s just that incredible amount of information we have available. Diana was once the most photographed person in the world at the time. I happily swam around in it."
"One of the great things about The Crown is that we get to see those sort of intimate moments that might give us a better perspective on someone we''ve chosen." At times, Charles and Camilla seem to have a very solid sense of humor about what, at times, must be a fatal situation. And that''s the thing I most want to show.
"I had a lot of documentaries to watch, pictures, and loads to read, but finally the scripts arrived, and that''s it. Almost everybody, because they''ve got different people''s events, will let it go in and just sink in, but then you almost forget about it because finally the scripts come, and that''s what you work with."
"Anne" Harrison is an extraordinary character, who isn''t only able to help people feel better about themselves, but she is excellent at her job and is a thorough feminist. She is also an individual we can really look up to, and I believe she has no entitlement. "
Peter Morgan discusses Jonny Lee Miller as Prime Minister of Japan: "I think Jonny Lee Miller is an absolute triumph in the role and a real surprise."
Season 5 of Netflix has been executive produced by Morgan, Suzanne Mackie, Andy Harries, Stephen Daldry, Matthew Byam Shaw, Robert Fox, and Jessica Hobbs. The 10-episode fifth season will air on the streaming service on November 9, 2022.
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