Spencer’ releases 5 new posters, including Kristen Stewart as Diana and Jack Farthing as Prince Charles.
While the film premiered at the 78th Venice International Film Festival on September 3, 2021, it is set for a theatrical release in the United Kingdom and the United States on November 5, 2021
The developers of the upcoming biopic drama film Spencer have published five new posters from the film, showcasing the main characters, after much anticipation.
While the film premiered at the 78th Venice International Film Festival on September 3, 2021, it is set for a theatrical release in the United Kingdom and the United States on November 5, 2021.
‘Spencer’ drops 5 new
Spencer, one of the most eagerly awaited new films, chronicles Princess Diana’s and the British Royal Family’s tumultuous existence. Five of the movie’s characters, including Kristen Stewart as Diana, Princess of Wales, Timothy Spall as Equerry Major Gregory, Sean Harris as Chef Darren, Jack Farthing as Charles, Prince of Wales, and Sally Hawkins as Maggie, were recently revealed in the movie’s posters.
Spencer shines at Film Festivals
After its premiere at the Venice International Film Festival, Spencer, directed by Pablo Larran and written by Steven Knight, received favorable reviews from reviewers. Even Kristen Stewart’s portrayal of Princess Diana has sparked interest among viewers, with others eagerly anticipating the film’s debut. Princess Diana’s decision to divorce Prince Charles and quit the Royal Family is shown in the film.
The film was also shown at the Telluride Film Festival and the Toronto Film Festival, in addition to the Venice Film Festival. It is also expected to screen at upcoming film festivals in London, San Diego, and Zurich.
Apart from the five pivotal characters featured in the previously published posters, the film will include a slew of additional brilliant actors in key parts. Jack Nielen portrays Prince William, Freddie Spry portrays Prince Harry, Stella Gonet portrays Queen Elizabeth II, Richard Sammel portrays Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Thomas Douglas portrays John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer, Duchess of York, Mathias Wolkowski as Prince Edward, Oriana Gordon as Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, Amy Manson as Anne Boleyn, Niklas Kohrt as Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Elizabeth Berrington as Anne, Princess Royal.