Stephen Fry Wants To Return For Red, White & Royal Blue 2 And As A Fan Of The First Film I Hope It Happens


Stephen Fry is an iconic actor on the screen and stage who has played several memorable roles over his multiple decades-long career. It’s not uncommon for someone with his expansive filmography to hold some characters close to their heart, eager to reprise them if given the chance. Few would have guessed that the role he’s dying to reprise is King James in the sequel to Prime Video’s successful book-to-screen adaptation of Red, White, and Royal Blue. However, as a fan of the original movie and Fry’s performance, I can totally see why he’d want to step back into the role, and I hope it actually happens.

Fry recently sat down with Variety to discuss his new dramedy Treasure but also took time out to bring up his desire to appear in Red, White, and Royal Blue 2. The BAFTA-nominated actor had high praise for the film, especially when it came to how it portrayed the healing nature of the queer love story between Prince Henry and First Son of the United States, Alex Claremont-Diaz. When asked if he’ll be returning, Fry said:

Matthe’s become a friend, and he’s told me he’s doing it. I’m hoping that he hasn’t left me out. We need the king. You’ve got to have the king.

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