Kristen Stewart is gearing as much as play Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s upcoming biopic “Spencer,” attributable to shoot early subsequent 12 months, and to organize for the function she’s turned to a different Di-heavy supply of fabric for help: Netflix’s “The Crown.”
“I feel really lucky to have ‘The Crown’ because I’ve emotionally invested in people that to me feel — like, I know that they’re real people, and there’s ample material to reinforce that and sort of remind yourself of that — but now I feel this emotional attachment to these characters and I have this accompaniment that I can go to sleep with and feel like, ‘Oh, God, I already I already have feelings about these people,’” Stewart instructed TheWrap. “That speaks to the show’s credit.”
But whereas she’s a fan of the present, she’s additionally glad that it doesn’t overlap tonally or time-wise together with her upcoming movie.
“Spencer” will have a look at Princess Diana over the course of one among her closing Christmas holidays with the House of Windsor of their legendary Sandringham property. Steven Knight wrote the screenplay. The fourth season of Netflix’s “The Crown” introduces us to a younger Diana Spencer, earlier than she was the princess all of us knew and liked, by her courtship with Prince Charles and the early years of their tumultuous marriage. “The Crown’s” depiction of Diana (performed by Emma Corrin) additionally focuses closely on her wrestle with bulimia nervosa.
Season four of “The Crown” ends in 1990, whereas “Spencer” takes place within the early 1990s.
“Luckily, there’s no overlap time-wise, and also historically, and tonally, they’re very different, so I’m really cool with it,” she stated. “There’s this idea that it could be horrible that we had like two of the same things at the same time. But they do feel so different.”
Stewart is on the brink of head to London for a late January manufacturing begin, and is conscious that the ever-changing panorama because of the coronavirus would possibly impression manufacturing. However, she says she’s impatient to get began.
“Luckily, it’s such a contained movie that our quarantine is going to be really particular and we’re going to have a tiny little bubble,” she stated. “I really hope that nothing gets in our way and messes that up because I’m very much raring to go on, like not in a bad way at all, but I’m like, ‘oh, man, I can’t wait another month!’ I really want to just eat that and have it off the plate. I’d really like that to be behind me, even though I can’t wait to see how it goes!”
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