First Teaser Trailer for Hirschbiegel's 'Diana' Starring Naomi Watts
The most famous woman in the world. The first UK teaser trailer has been unveiled for Diana, the Princess Diana film starring Naomi Watts, which was shot late last year to much paparazzi hoopla. This is pretty much everything you'd expect for a trailer for a film about Diana, with triumphant music for "The People's Princess" and plenty of paparazzi in the film, plus lots of smiling and emoting and the oh so typical running-while-upset scene. Watts actually looks good as Princess Di, but she's the only one they show, obviously. The cast includes Naveen Andrews as Dr. Khan, but he isn't featured yet. Anyone curious should take a look.
Here's the first official UK teaser trailer for Oliver Hirschbiegel's Diana, originally from MSN UK:
Diana, originally Caught in Flight, is directed by German filmmaker Oliver Hirschbiegel (The Experiment, Downfall, The Invasion) described as the "love story between a princess locked in a tower and an ordinary man." The script from Stephen Jeffreys (The Libertine) is said to focus on Diana's secret two-year love affair in the mid-1990s with heart surgeon Dr. Hasnat Kahn that wasn't revealed until 2008. The cast includes Naveen Andrews as Dr. Khan. Production took place late in 2012, filming around Europe. Entertainment One will be releasing Diana in the US, but haven't set a release date yet. Hitting UK cinemas in September.
Reader Feedback - 6 Comments
Wow. This could be powerful.
DAVIDPD on Jun 12, 2013
She was trying to tell us something with the note she wrote...but then "they" killed her!! RIP
Rince on Jun 12, 2013
Looks kinda interesting.
Nielsen700 on Jun 12, 2013
Can't believe the aliens abducted her, she was an angel.
Carpola on Jun 12, 2013
I'm sure Watts immersed herself in the role. I look forward to seeing this.
Quanah on Jun 12, 2013
I looking forward for this film. And if you want to know: The music is an instrumental version of the song "Salvation" by Gabrielle Aplin.
Håkan on Jun 15, 2013
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