November 27, 2020 1:20:27 pm
Hollywood star Kristen Stewart, who is ready to play Princess Diana in filmmaker Pablo Larrain’s upcoming biopic, believes the film is a poetic inner imagining of the UK royal’s story.
Titled Spencer, the film will centre across the Princess of Wales’ determination to depart Prince Charles whereas holidaying with the British royals.
Stewart, who most not too long ago featured reverse Mackenzie Davis in Happiest Season, mentioned the challenge throughout an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
“It’s a really meditative project. There are so many perspectives of her and of her story… it’s just not a black and white thing and it’s a very slippery, really emotionally-packed story for a lot of people,” the 30-year-old actor stated.
“This is a really kind of poetic, really internalised imagining of ‘maybe the heaviest three days’ time before she does something as gnarly as leaving the royal family. I’m just sort of reading everything that I can and then forgetting it, because it’s kind of a really internalised story,” she added.
In a separate interview with Jimmy Kimmel Live, Stewart stated she was really younger when Princess Diana died in a automobile accident in Paris in August 1997.
“It’s hard not to feel protective of her. She was so young. Everyone’s perspective is different, and there’s no way to get everything right … what is fact in relation to personal experience,” she added.
Larrain, whose directorial credit embrace critically-acclaimed movies comparable to Jackie, Neruda and Ema, will direct the film from a script by Steven Knight of Peaky Blinders fame.
He may even produce the film with Juan de Dios, Jonas Dornbach, Janine Jackowski and Paul Webster.