Watch: 'Grace of Manaco' Gets New UK Trailer Before Cannes Premiere
Originally slated for release last year around awards season, The Weinstein Company decided to delay Grace of Monaco to a March release. However, the film was pulled from that release as well in favor of a premiere at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival this summer. That might mean that The Weinstein Company is looking to give the film an awards season theatrical run this year instead, but we'll have to wait and see how the film does at its festival debut overseas. In the meantime, we have a new trailer from the United Kingdom to see how Nicole Kidman fares as Grace Kelly, getting involved with the monarchy in Monaco. Watch it!
Here's the new UK trailer for Olivier Dahan's Grace of Monaco from Warner Bros. UK:
Grace of Monaco is directed by Olivier Dahan and written by Arash Amel. Set in 1962, six years after her celebrated Wedding of the Century, the film follows a year in the life of the twentieth century's most iconic Princess - Grace Kelly (Nicole Kidman) - as she strived to reconcile her past and her present, a yearning for a return to the big screen with her newfound role as a mother of two, monarch of a European principality and wife to Prince Ranier III (Tim Roth). The film will premiere at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, but the film doesn't have a new theatrical release date yet. Stay tuned for more information about the film's release.
Let's hope this film lives up to the cinematography shown here and that people remember this film, in at least that category, come award season. Love the old school projection screen background during the diving scenes.
ccoleman on Mar 6, 2014
*Grace of Monaco - title line typo
avconsumer2 on Mar 6, 2014
This movie needs to be parodied with Jack Black as Grace Kelly and Clooney as Prince Ranier. Hmmm, maybe not, they might be more believable in the roles.
Ross Carroll on Mar 6, 2014
Does anybody proofread these things before they're posted? "Manaco"? Good grief.
octopus9498 on Mar 7, 2014
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