The primary teaser of Kristen Stewart-starrer Spencer is right here, and it takes us again to the tragic lifetime of Princess Diana after she entered her royal marriage. Spencer depicts a fictionalised model of a weekend on the Sandringham Property, that sealed her premature destiny. And, the primary footage offers us an ideal sneak peek into what is about to unfold within the film.
The minute-long teaser is gloomy but intriguing. It takes us into the corridors of the royal household’s vacation residence throughout a Christmas weekend in 1990. This was additionally the time when the Princess was fighting exaggerated media consideration and marital troubles with Prince Charles. The teaser units the temper for the period proper. However it’s Kristen Stewart who grabs consideration within the titular function.
Because the royal household awaits Princess Diana on the eating desk, a servicewoman knocks on the door and utters “Ma’am, they’re ready for you.” The phrases strike laborious and echo in your ears as they get the ball rolling and one can solely guess as to what might need occurred in Diana’s life going ahead.
Spencer is being touted as Kristen’s most anticipated function thus far, and the little that we get to see of her within the clip solely proves why followers are already calling it her career-defining efficiency. From her physique language to accent, the actor has nailed each side of stepping into the character.
The official synopsis of Spencer reads, “The wedding of Princess Diana and Prince Charles has lengthy since grown chilly. Although rumors of affairs and a divorce abound, peace is ordained for the Christmas festivities on the Queen’s Sandringham Property. There’s consuming and consuming, capturing and searching. Diana is aware of the sport. However this yr, issues might be profoundly totally different. Spencer is an imagining of what might need occurred throughout these few fateful days.”
Directed by Pablo Larrain, who beforehand helmed Jackie, Spencer additionally stars Jack Farthing as Prince Charles. It’ll launch in theatres on November 5.