The Queen

Dryly funny and unexpectedly poignant, Stephen Frears' restrained comedy of manners weaves together decorous gossip and a fascinating look beneath the facade of pomp and ritual to capture Britain's royal family — particularly Helen Mirren's vivid Queen Elizabeth II — enmeshed in a crisis they're blithely unaware is unfolding around them. Frears and screenwriter...read more

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The Queen, an intimate revealing and often humorous portrait of the British royal family in crisis immediately following the death of Princess Diana, stars Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth II, James Cromwell as Prince Phillip and Michael Sheen as Tony Blair. The film is written by award-winner Peter Morgan and is produced by Andy Harries, Christine Langan and Tracey Seaward, and executive produced by Francois Ivernel, Cameron McCracken and Scott Rudin.

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01:03 — Trailer for the short film Queen. Nikki Holiday, a drag queen cabaret star, tries to fill the void in her life after her plans to start a family fall (more…)
International Trailer
01:47 — The international trailer shows addition scenes from The Queen, and, unlike the domestic version, begins with press reports on Princess Diana's death.
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