The hero of Top Gun: Maverick will officiate in a giant spectacle in honor of the 70 years of reign of Elizabeth II, revealed the HollywoodReporterThursday, April 21.
1300 artists, 500 horses and Hollywood actors… These will be the ingredients of the Royal Windsor Horse Show, a show organized in honor of Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee. A gigantic historical reconstruction in which Tom Cruise will participate in particular, revealed the HollywoodReporter, Thursday, April 21. The actor should indeed play a role in this show organized for the 70 years of reign of the sovereignand shown on ITV on Sunday May 15, as part of ‘The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee’.
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For her part, Helen Mirren will resume her role as Elizabeth I – she had already played the monarch in a 2005 series – during the ceremony. Damian Lewis (Billions, Homeland) should also officiate during the event. The show will cover the period from the reign of Elizabeth I to the coronation of Elizabeth II. All set to music played by a 75-piece orchestra, with special performances by singers Keala Settle, Gregory Porter and Katherine Jenkins. A real spotlight for Tom Cruise, who will then fly to the Cannes Film Festival to present his new film. Top Gun: Maverick. And to celebrate, for his part, more than four decades of career.