“The Crown” queen is virtually unrecognizable as she takes over the role of Lisbeth Salander from Rooney Mara in the long-coming “Dragon Tattoo” sequel.
Claire Foy is being paid back-pay for her work on 'The Crown' after it was revealed that she made significantly than her costar Matt Smith.
After it was first revealed that Smith was paid more than the show’s star Claire Foy, the actor is now speaking out in support of his co-star’s right for pay parity, as well as a “more even playing field” for all.
Claire Foy has opened up about the drama surrounding the pay gap between herself and her "The Crown" co-star Matt Smith.
We've yet to see a first look at her as Lisbeth Salander, but the star of “The Crown” and Steven Soderbergh's new iPhone-filmed psychodrama “Unsane” offers us a promising description.
Left Bank Pictures, producer of Netflix's "The Crown," has issued a statement apologizing to Claire Foy and Matt Smith for fallout from comments made last week about the salaries of the series' stars.
“You know gender pay gaps are a problem when even the Queen isn’t paid fairly,” say the organizers of a public petition calling on actor Matt Smith to donate the difference between his and Claire Foy’s salary from “The Crown” to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund.
Producers Suzanne Mackie and Andy Harries confirmed the pay gap at the INTV Conference.
Actress addresses her departure from the series weeks after Sony announces that Claire Foy will take over iconic role in "Dragon Tattoo" sequel.
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Easily one of the most entertaining productions Netflix has ever streamed, The Crown is a royal soap opera on a grand scale. Lavishly produced by creator-writer Peter Morgan, the drama is one of Netflix’s most expensive series to date, and it features fittingly lavish performances — most prominently by Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth and Doctor Who’s Matt Smith as her husband, Philip Mountbatten. The 10-part series, which begins streaming Friday on Netflix, delves into more British backbiting, snobbiness, and snippiness than a season’s worth of Downton Abbey.