Produced in Season 6 of Crown expected to close later Queen Elizabeth II dies aged 96 on Thursday.
Peter Morgan, screenwriter of the Emmy Award-winning Netflix drama, has confirmed Limit line that filming would stop “out of respect”.
“Crown is a love letter to her and I have nothing to add at the moment, just silence and respect. I hope we will also stop filming out of respect,” he told the publication.
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Crown Director Stephen Daldry has also previously stated that if the film was in production during the time of the queen’s death, the film would stop shooting.
“None of us know when that time will come but it would be right and appropriate to pay respects to the Queen,” he told Deadline in 2016.
“It’s going to be a simple tribute and mark of respect. She’s a global figure and that’s what we should do. She’s an extraordinary woman and people will be upset. “
Part 5 coming for The crown is slated to premiere on Netflix this November.
The film had three actresses play the Queen: Claire Foy, Olivia Colman and now Imelda Staunton.
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Queen Elizabeth II Passed peacefully at her Balmoral home, Buckingham Palace announced.
The news comes after Buckingham Palace released a statement confirming it The Queen “remains under medical supervision” as the doctors were “concerned about her health”.
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