Kristen Stewart Role As One Of The World’s Most Iconic Women: Princess Diana

Kristen Stewart Role As Late Princess Diana

Kristen Stewart channels Princess Diana, mother of Prince William and Prince Harry, in the first trailer for “Spencer,” an upcoming biographical drama by Pablo Larraín about the beloved royal.

The film portrays Diana’s Christmas occasion with spouse Prince Charles at his mom Queen Elizabeth II’s Sandringham domain in Norfolk, England. During their time there, the Princess of Wales, some time ago known as Lady Diana Spencer, wrestles with the choice to end her union with Prince Charles, which was played by Jack Farthing.

Photo of the Remarkables mountain range in Queenstown, New Zealand.

Spencer is a dive inside an emotional imagining of who Diana was at a pivotal turning point in her life,” Kristen Stewart uncovered.

Her resemblance with the Princess is uncanny and obviously the entertainer has gone through a significant change for the job. She will be joined by BAFTA Award candidate Timothy Spall, Academy Award chosen one Sally Hawkins, and Sean Harris (Mission: Impossible – Fallout).

Kristen shared her considerations with respect to the forthcoming film in her guesting in Jimmy Kimmel Live! back in November 2020 and said that it’s hard not to feel protective over the Princess.

“She was like so young and obviously she comes out to here. I mean, everyone’s perspective is different, and there’s no way to get anything right because like what is fact in relation to personal experience.”

“My movie takes place over like three days, and it’s this like really poetic internal imagining of what that might have felt like rather than giving like new information so we kind of don’t have a mark to hit, we just also love her,” she continued.

The anticipated film has announced its release date and it will premieres at Venice Film Festival on September 3 ahead of its November 5 cinema release. It has also been added to the lineup for the Toronto International Film Festival as one of the Special Event screenings.

Diana and Prince Charles married in 1981 and separated in 1992, before divorcing in 1996. Only one year after their separation was concluded, Diana died from injuries she suffered in a car crash in Paris which remained a mystery up until this day.

Reactions to Kristen Stewart Role As One Of The World’s Most Iconic Women: Princess Diana

wait, kristen stewart as PRINCESS DIANA??? this is something I have to see!!! 😩

@obsceneprince

Remember what people said about Heath Ledger being cast as the Joker for The Dark Knight? Give Kristen Stewart a chance as Princess Diana. Maybe she'll surprise all of us.

@bchang92

kristen stewart as princess diana. my brain is malfunctioning

@emsjaime

Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana. I don’t know what to think of that. #MixedFeelings #Spencer

@TiffCLockhart

KRISTEN STEWART IS PLAYING AS PRINCESS DIANA ???! 🤩🤩🤩

@joannanotjoanna

Kristen Stewart!?!? The most basic person to play an ICON/LEGEND!?!?!? #PrincessDiana

@isuxel

Whatever else Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana sounds interesting to us. And we're waiting for it too, even if she never wins any awards ...

@counterweights

i hate that kristen stewart is playing princess diana. there. i said it

@sleepynsunny

my whole tl going fERAL over kristen stewart saying “they don’t” in princess diana’s accent,,,AS IT SHOULD

@hannuuhniceday

now who really looked at kristen stewart and said right she’s the perfect fit for princess Diana 😐

@erinc41

I’ve never liked Kristen Stewart (don’t dislike her per se either) but I am HOPING she kills it as Princess Diana. I can imagine how intimidating and stressful taking on a role such as that is and I’ve got mad respect for her for accepting it.

@tenandb00bies

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