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Kristen may be a Stewart after all, or former Windsor, as Lady Diana in SPENCER

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent

Zeitgeist moments happen with movies, and Pablo Larrain’s upcoming Netflix release SPENCER starring Kristen Stewart may just be that spark that brings back the power of Lady Diana into the world.

KstewLdyDiSpncrArt2021 Forgive the hyperbole. With the House of Windsor fractured, meaning Prince Harry in California and HRH Prince William as the King-in-the-making back home in the UK?

There couldn’t be a better time to reintroduce the woman who set a thousand tabloids aflutter. SPENCER is scheduled for a Fall 2021 release date.KstewDiEyesart2021

Oddly, Kristen Stewart’s last name is connected to the Stuart family, and the Windsors with a Scottish connection.

But with an Australian mother in the business and entertainment industry father, the lineage is up for grabs. What’s not up for grabs is that Kristen Stewart is the only American actress to win a “French Oscar” or The César Award, and uniquely suited to portray a personal journey from innocence to ignominy courtesy of the tabloids.

It’s not worth going into the hashtags of #Kstew’s rise and fall. It is a deep Google rabbit hole.While her career has been one of big steps, missteps, and a psychic apology tour in the US and abroad, there has been no public acknowledgement of her return to normal. The moviegoer memory is elephantine.

Perhaps SPENCER will finally be the pivot point for acceptance, also a realization that this brave, new Kristen Stewart 2.0, with all of her gender identity and experiments in film genres, is truly a remarkable talent. So, win. lose, or draw, the plaudits might come from the public, or maybe award season voters next.

Here’s a look from NEON, which is producing Larrain’s SPENCER for Netflix

This is an AI compilation of SPENCER details with a robot-land voiceover

 

 

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