Titled ‘Spencer’, the film will centre round the Princess of Wales’ resolution to depart Prince Charles whereas holidaying with the British royals
Actor Kristen Stewart, who is about to play Princess Diana in filmmaker Pablo Larrain’s upcoming biopic, says the position is sort of difficult and she or he is nervous about getting her accent proper.
Titled “Spencer”, the film will centre round the Princess of Wales’ resolution to depart Prince Charles whereas holidaying with the British royals.
During an interview with InModel journal, Stewart, 30, opened up about her prep work for the venture.
“The accent is intimidating as hell because people know that voice, and it’s so, so distinct and particular. I’m working on it now and already have my dialect coach. In terms of research, I’ve gotten through two and a half biographies, and I’m finishing all the material before I actually go make the movie,” the actor mentioned.
“It’s one of the saddest stories to exist ever, and I don’t want to just play Diana — I want to know her implicitly. I haven’t been this excited about playing a part, by the way, in so long,” she added.
Stewart believes that Princess Diana had an “unbridled, open, and intimate exchange” with the those that made her stand aside from the relaxation of the royal household.
“I always thought this person was stolen from us and I always had a curiosity about her. Every day that I unfold this story the more emotionally invested I get,” she added.
Larrain, whose directorial credit embody critically-acclaimed movies reminiscent of “Jackie”, “Neruda” and “Ema”, will direct the film from a script by Steven Knight of “Peaky Blinders” fame.
He may also produce the movie with Juan de Dios, Jonas Dornbach, Janine Jackowski and Paul Webster.