Hollywood star Kristen Stewart, who is set to play Princess Diana in the upcoming biopic of filmmaker Pablo Laurence, believes the film is an intrinsic poetic fantasy of Britain’s royal story.
Titled Spencer, the film will center around the Prince of Wales’ decision to leave Prince Charles on holiday with the British royalty.
Stewart, who recently appeared opposite Mackenzie Davis in The Happiest Season, discussed the project during an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
“This is a really noticeable project. The 30-year-old actor said he and his story have a lot of perspectives. This is not just a black and white thing and it is very slippery, which is really an emotionally filled story for a lot of people.
“It’s really poetic, really intrinsically imagined before the ‘three days heaviest’ time, because she does something as she leaves the royal family. I like reading every single thing that I do.” And then forget it, because it’s really like an internal story, “she said.
In a separate interview with Jimmy Kimmel Live, Stewart stated that she was really young when Princess Diana died in a car accident in Paris in August 1997.
“It is difficult not to feel protective. she was too little. Everyone’s view is different, and there is no way to get everything right … what is the fact in relation to personal experience, “she said.
Laren, whose directorial credits include critically acclaimed films such as Jackie, Neruda and Emma, ??will direct the film from a screenplay by Peaky Blinders’ Steven Knight.
He will also produce the film alongside Juan de Dios, Jonas Dornbach, Janey Zakowski and Paul Webster. (PTI)