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.
This is the role that Paul Bettany had been in early talks to play before he abdicated for unspecified reasons.
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.
Although Paul Bettany had been in active negotiations to play Prince Philip in Season 3 of The Crown, he was ultimately unable to sign on the dotted line due to scheduling conflicts.
A quick tour of 11 actors who have portrayed the iconic president on the small screen, with varying degrees of success. It turns out that getting the magnetism and the accent right isn't easy.
Kirby talked to Yahoo Entertainment about Margaret’s tortured journey this season, bringing sexiness to "The Crown," and the comparison to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent engagement.
Historical drama doesn’t get more clever or well-executed than in The Crown, which is now streaming its second season on Netflix. The series starring Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth, created and largely written by Peter Morgan, takes another 10 episodes to chronicle a big batch of history, this time commencing during the 1950s. Early on, it may look as though The Crown might mire itself in sudsy soap opera, with many minutes spent on how unhappy the queen’s husband, Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, has become.
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TV viewers with hearing problems use closed captioning all the time, of course. But have a conversation with those who don’t medically require the aid, and you might be surprised to discover they still employ it — at least while watching certain shows.
It’s time for the Yahooies, Yahoo TV’s second annual reader-voted awards honoring the best — and sometimes worst — of 2016. Each day through Dec. 16, we will announce the nominees for one category, with an accompanying poll. The winners will be crowned on Monday, Dec. 19.
(Credit: Netflix/FX/NBC/HBO) It’s time for the Yahooies, Yahoo TV’s second annual reader-voted awards honoring the best — and sometimes worst — of 2016. Each day through Dec. 16, we will announce the nominees for one category, with an accompanying poll. The winners will be crowned Monday, Dec. 19. The nominees for 2016’s Best New Ensemble Cast are… (Credit: Netflix) The Crown Heavy is the head that wears the Crown, but luckily the luminescent Claire Foy is more than capable of holding her head up high.
Sometimes you can’t get a WiFi signal, and Netflix is here to save the day! Subscribers have been asking about it for years, and there’s been rumors that it’s been in development since June, but on Wednesday, Netflix announced that you’ll finally be able to download select movies and series to watch offline.