Olivia Colman and Claire Foy of the Crown will battle their work together as Queen Elizabeth II in the BBC’s upcoming Cinderella Virtual Panto.
Helena Bonham Carter, who played Princess Margaret on the Netflix show, will add to the solid crown taste. However, the Queen’s Gambit star, Anya Taylor-Joy, who plays Cinderella, is set to stand up as the legitimate ruler shortly
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Tom Hollander Olivia (46) plays Baron Hardup and plays the fairy godmother in founding Cinderella, while Helena (54) will be the wicked stepmother.
In snapshots from the exhibition, Olivia wears a charisma and wings. While Helena, whose character name is Lady Devilia, wears a fur wrap, huge sunglasses and a fascinator. The Queen’s Gambit star, Anya Taylor-Joy, plays Cinderella in the Panto, which will air on BBC2 on Christmas Eve at 8:15 p.m.
Real sister and siblings Daisy May and Charlie Cooper are the Evil Step Sisters, while Guz Khan plays Buttons. Tom Hollander appears as Baron Hardup, Rege-Jean Page plays Prince Charming. Jimmy Akingbola as Dandini. Little British star David Walliams is Major Domo and comedian Aisling Bea appears as Mrs. Snitch. The BBC guarantees “astonishment and apparitions galore” – and even an emulated horse.
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The cast gathered on the internet, and the handyman Quentin Blake made boundaries to rejuvenate the panto for viewers. Will have the opportunity to post Comic Relief Ventures while watching. BBC2 regulator Patrick Holland said this was a particular surprise towards the end of a year when we need an overall lift.
“It will be extraordinarily interesting and fun – and also an exceptional opportunity to raise urgent assets for the work. It will help the most vulnerable at home and abroad. Especially now that Covid has made it harder for some than ever before.