'The Crown' May Have Found Its New Princess Margaret For Season 3!

Jan 06, 2018, 01:19
'The Crown' May Have Found Its New Princess Margaret For Season 3!

Both she and Colman portrayed the Queen Mum: Colman in films Hyde Park on Hudson and Bonham Carter in the Oscar-winning film The King's Speech. Though there are surely plenty of actors who would love to score the plump part of the queen's husband, it will take someone formidable to hold their own against Colman and Bonham Carter. It's also proven to be a solid ratings hit, with nearly 3 million Netflix subscribers tuning into the season two premiere within the first three days of its release, according to Nielsen.

Season 2 of The Crown premiered on Netflix on December 8, 2017, and is one of the best series that the streaming platform has to offer.

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"You can't ask someone to act middle-aged", Morgan told the outlet.

Series creator Peter Morgan has always said that he meant to replace key cast members in later seasons, to better portray the main characters as they age. The feelings we all have as 50-year-olds are different than the feelings we all have as 30-year-olds.

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What do you think about Helena Bonham Carter joining The Crown season 3? Bonham Carter knows how to play misfits, outsiders, and posh upper-crust dwellers-and a multi-episode arc as Princess Margaret would surely be one of her juiciest roles to date. But as synonymous as Foy, Matt Smith, Kirby, and the others have become with their roles, they have worthy successors.

However, Princess Margaret veers more to the side of the rebellious roles that Carter has occupied before, especially the wild, reckless version played in the early seasons by Kirby.

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"In Season 3, without giving anything away-it's on the record, it's history-we'll see the breakup of this extraordinary marriage between Margaret and Snowdon", he said.