The 2021 BFI London Film Festival features dozens of impressive projects but here are 14 movies and two TV shows to look out for.
Princess Diana biopic 'Spencer' looks set to inflict another excruciating recreation of the royal family's most damaging scandal after its premiere in Venice.
Kristen Stewart is the latest actress to take on the role of Princess Diana. The Twilight star will portray the princess in the highly anticipated "Spencer."
Princess Diana's toxic royal marriage fallout continues to damage the monarchy on the 24th anniversary of her death with new biopics in the pipeline.
Spencer, directed by Pablo Larraín, follows three days in the life of Diana, Princess of Wales, with Stewart's portrayal eagerly anticipated by movie buffs.
The novel retells the story of Stephanie Meyer's first book from Edward Cullen's point-of-view, and sold 1 million copies in its first week.
Emma Corrin, Kristen Stewart and Naomi Watts are just some of the actresses to take on the role of Princess Diana in film and television over the years.
Emma Corrin currently portrays Princess Diana in the Netflix show "The Crown," while Kristen Stewart will play the late royal in the upcoming film "Spencer."
"Happiest Season" on Hulu was promised as perhaps the first major lesbian Christmas rom-com—so why does the whole thing feel so sad?
The new Princess Diana biopic starring Kristen Stewart frames the story of her break up as a decision by the royal to not become queen. Experts tell Newsweek the film makers have got it wrong.
Odds for Stewart to take home an Academy award have surged since news she will play Princess Diana in a new movie was announced.
"Plenty of British actresses who would have been better for this role," one person wrote on Twitter.
"Life is a huge popularity contest," Stewart said.
There has been controversy about footwear rules at Cannes Film Festival after women in flats were allegedly denied entry to a screening in 2015.
"We will stop normalizing these horrific situations," Lawrence said.
Kristen Stewart is phenomenal as the still center of Olivier Assayas's modern ghost story.
Kelly Reichardt's film also stars Laura Dern and Michelle Williams.
The notoriously relentless critics at Cannes rounded on Olivier Assayas' film.
How a Variety video mess-up brought the Internet's wrath on Kristen Stewart.
Juliette Binoche plays a nervous and unstable actress facing her age opposites Kristen Stewart and Chloë Grace Moretz.