The First Trailer for Kristen Stewart’s Princess Diana Film Is Here
The Spencer biopic is headed to theaters this November.
The first trailer for the biopic following the life of Princess Diana is here, and it is serving royal drama!
"Every fairy tale ends," producer NEON tweeted with the poster image. "Kristen Stewart is Diana Spencer. A glimpse at Pablo Larraín's SPENCER."
\u201cEvery fairy tale ends.\nKristen Stewart is Diana Spencer.\nA glimpse at Pablo Larra\u00edn's SPENCER.\nIn Theaters Nov. 5\u201d— NEON (@NEON) 1629903602
According to EW, "the film follows three days in the life of Diana (Kristen Stewart), as she spends Christmas with the royal family at Norfolk's Sandringham estate, and wrestles with the decision to end her marriage to Prince Charles (Jack Farthing) amid rumors of affairs."
The film also debuted a sneak peek Wednesday at CinemaCon. Here's EW's description of the unreleased clip:
"A nearly unrecognizable Stewart and Farthing square off over a pool table in what is presumably a billiards room on the royal estate. The two, who are separated by the length of the table with a series of perfectly cued all-red balls between them, are immediately at odds and arguing about one of their sons shooting with the family. At one point, she barely contains her anger by banging on the pool table in rage. It's quickly clear that the real issue is not the shooting, but various untruths and resentments between the couple. Charles confronts her about everything from wandering the grounds alone, to how she opens curtains, and possible infidelities are implied. But, at the heart of his issues with her, is her apparent lack of desire to conform to royal standards.
'There's two of everyone,' he tells her. 'We are given tasks, you have to be able to make your body do things you hate.'
'That you hate?' she repeats, nailing Diana's whispery tone of voice and accent.
'Yes, for the good of the country,' he says. 'For the people, because they don't want us to be people. That's how it is. I'm sorry I thought you knew.' The confrontation ends with Charles flicking the eight ball to her, which she picks up and subsequently drops. The final shot is of the lonely eight ball on the floor."
Spencer premieres November 5 in theaters. Watch the trailer below: