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Elizabeth Debicki Wins Best Supporting Actress for 'The Crown' at Golden Globes 2024!

Elizabeth Debicki is a winner!

The 33-year-old won the Best Supporting Actress award in the TV category for her portrayal of Princess Diana in The Crown at the 2024 Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday (January 7) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

“Thank you so much! Thank you to the creatives of this show for trusting me with this part,” Elizabeth said in her acceptance speech. “To cast and crew, to my beautiful pretend children who I just adore, to my mom and my dad… My partner Kristian who said don’t thank me so that I’m not on television but I’m gonna thank you anyway. Who else? Goodness, maybe that’s it.”

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Dominic West Reveals Why Prince Harry Stopped Speaking to Him

Dominic West is speaking out about his falling out with Prince Harry.

The 54-year-old actor is playing the future King Charles on The Crown, and did a promo interview where he was asked about being pals with Prince Harry.

“We sort of [lost touch because] I said too much in a press conference, and so, we didn’t speak after that,” Dominic said during an interview with Times Radio.

Keep reading to find out what exactly Dominic West said during that press conference..More Here! »

'Stranger Things' Stage Play Premiere Brings Out David Harbour Along With Special Guests Hugh Jackman, Jennifer Garner & More!

Stranger Things is now a stage play in London and a star-studded crowd stepped out for the world premiere’s opening night performance.

The TV show’s star David Harbour was joined by wife Lily Allen at the event on Thursday night (December 14) at the Phoenix Theatre in London, England.

Stranger Things actors Matthew Modine and Cara Buono were also in attendance, as were the show’s creators the Duffer Brothers.

Hugh Jackman and Jennifer Garner were both at the opening, as were Daniel Dae Kim, James McAvoy and wife Lisa Liberati, Heartstopper‘s Joe Locke and Tobie Donovan, Micheal Ward, and The Crown stars Dominic West, Meg Bellamy, and Ed McVey.

Hugh was seen hanging out with his director friend Shawn Levy and theatre producer Sonia Friedman.

Here is the play’s synopsis: “Hawkins, 1959: a regular town with regular worries. Hopper’s car won’t start, Bob’s sister won’t take his radio show seriously and Joyce just wants to get out as soon as she can. When new student Henry Creel and his family arrive, they find a fresh start isn’t that easy… and the shadows of the past have a very long reach. Brought to life by a multi-award-winning creative team, who take theatrical storytelling and stagecraft to a whole new dimension, this gripping new adventure will take you right back to the beginning of the Stranger Things story — and to the beginning of the end.”

Check out some scoop on the upcoming season of the TV show!

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Princess Diana Stars Elizabeth Debicki & Emma Corrin Unite at 'The Crown' Series Finale Screening - See Every Cast Member in Attendance!

The stars are stepping out for The Crown’s Finale Celebration!

Elizabeth Debicki and Emma Corrin, who both played Princess Diana on the hit Netflix show, attended the screening of the finale episodes on Tuesday (December 5) held at The Royal Festival Hall in London, England.

Fellow stars in attendance included actors that appeared on The Crown throughout the show’s six seasons.

Season six, part two of The Crown premieres on Netflix on December 14, 2023. You can stream the first half of the final season already. Watch the trailer for the final episodes here!

Head inside to check out all of the past and present cast members in attendance… More Here! »

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Dominic West Reveals Why His Son Didn't Return to 'The Crown' Season 6

Dominic West is explaining why his son Senan was replaced in The Crown season 6.

In the Netflix show’s fifth season, which aired in 2022, Dominic took over the role of Prince Charles, while Senan played a young Prince William.

The Crown season 6 sees Dominic return to his role, though Senan was succeeded by Rufus Kampa in Part 1 and Ed McVey in Part 2.

Keep reading to find out why Senan didn’t return…More Here! »

'The Crown' Recreates Kate Middleton's Sheer Lingerie Fashion Show Moment

Kate Middleton‘s lingerie moment is being recreated in the final episodes of The Crown‘s sixth season!

If you don’t know, the moment did actually happen in real life. The future Princess took part in a fashion show while in college and Prince William was in the audience at the time. It’s said their romance blossomed after that.

Here’s the synopsis for the final episodes: Prince William (Ed McVey) tries to integrate back into life at Eton in the wake of his mother’s death as the monarchy has to ride the wave of public opinion. As she reaches her Golden Jubilee, the Queen (Imelda Staunton) reflects on the future of the monarchy with the marriage of Charles (Dominic West) and Camilla (Olivia Williams) and the beginnings of a new Royal fairytale in William and Kate (Meg Bellamy). Luther Ford portrays Prince Harry.

Season six, part two will debut on December 14, 2023. Season 6, part 1 is currently available to stream on Netflix.

Browse through the gallery to see all of the first look photos…More Here! »

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Every Season of 'The Crown' Ranked From Worst to Best (Including Just-Released Season 6)

The Crown‘s sixth and final season is finally here, and the reviews are in!

The Emmy-winning Netflix series chronicles the history of the British royal family beginning from the onset of Queen Elizabeth II‘s reign in the 1950s.

The Crown is unique among popular TV shows in that it casts new actors every two seasons to reflect the changing ages of its characters, as each season takes place a decade later than the last.

Lead actors include Claire Foy and Matt Smith, who portrayed the Queen and Prince Philip in seasons 1 and 2. The pair were succeeded by Olivia Colman and Tobias Menzies in seasons 3 and 4. Imelda Staunton and Jonathan Pryce starred in seasons 5 and 6.

Among other notable cast members are Emma Corrin and Elizabeth Debicki, who played Princess Diana in seasons 4 and 5 respectively, and Josh O’Connor and Dominic West, who portrayed the future King Charles in seasons 4 and 5.

With season 6 now streaming on Netflix, here are all of the Rotten Tomatoes scores in order from worst to best.

FYI: If you don’t know, Rotten Tomatoes ranks a movie “fresh,” when “at least 60% of reviews for a movie or TV show are positive,” and ranks a movie “certified fresh” with “a steady Tomatometer score of 75% or higher,” and “at least five reviews from Top Critics,” among other qualifiers.

Keep reading to see the official ranking of The Crown’s six seasons…