The Crown returns on Nov 17 with a new queen

first_img Share your voice TV and Movies Originally published Aug. 12, 7:21 a.m. PT.Update, 11:03 a.m.: Adds more background on The Crown. Olivia Colman and Tobias Menzies will play Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip in the upcoming season of The Crown. Sophie Mutevelian/Netflix The Crown is coming back to Netflix, but this time with a new queen. Netflix on Monday revealed that season 3 of the series will return on Nov. 17. This will be the first season with Academy Award winner Olivia Colman taking on the role of Queen Elizabeth II. Netflix also released a short teaser video showing Colman as the queen. She’s dressed in an evening gown with a royal blue sash and crown, along with a serious look on her face. Colman told Vanity Fair last November that it’s been a challenge to summon Queen Elizabeth’s steely stoicism.  Post a comment Tags The third season of the historical drama will feature an all-new cast in the lead roles. Colman takes over for Claire Foy, who won an Emmy for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth, while Tobias Menzies steps in for Matt Smith as Prince Philip and Helena Bonham Carter takes over for Vanessa Kirby as Princess Margaret.The third season of The Crown will span the years 1964 to 1977, according to Netflix. This time period covers royal family events like Prince Charles’ coronation as the Prince of Wales, as well as cultural moments like Winston Churchill’s funeral and Beatlemania.Season 1 and 2 of The Crown are available to stream now on Netflix. center_img 0 2:31 What’s new to stream in August 2019 Now playing: Watch this: Netflixlast_img read more

Moudud Sanaullah get anticipatory bail in 3 cases

first_imgBNP senior leader Moudud Ahmed. Prothom Alo file photoThe High Court on Tuesday granted anticipatory bail to BNP standing committee member Moudud Ahmed and its law affairs secretary Sanaullah Miah in three separate cases filed with Hatirjheel and Khilgaon police stations.An HC bench of justice Muhammad Abdul Hafiz and justice Kashefa Hossain passed the order after the BNP leaders surrendered before the court and prayed for bail in the cases.Of the cases, two was filed with Khilgaon police station against Sanaullah Miah on 20 September on charges of preventing police from discharging their duty and the other was filed against Moudud with Hatirjheel police station on 1 October for “instigating” subversive activities.AKM Ehsanur Rahman, who stood for the BNP leaders, said the HC granted them bail until the submission of the charge-sheets in the cases.last_img read more