Well, not "you", personally, but when it was announced that Kristen Stewart would be playing Diana, Princess of Wales in Jackie director Pablo Larraín's biopic Spencer, we were immediately enthusiastic about the idea and we got some mild mockery on social media for saying so.
Steven Knight, the creator of the excellent/nail-biting British period crime drama series Peaky Blinders, is on board as screenwriter, an aspect that makes me all the more interested in this movie.
"It is a physical assertion of the sum of her parts, which starts with her given name; Spencer".
The late princess has been essayed on screen several times, most recently by Emma Corrin in the fourth season of Netflix's The Crown. Check out the first look at Stewart's version, complete with that ideal side-eye, below.
The film takes place over three days during one of Diana's final Christmases at the House of Windsor in their Sandringham estate in Norfolk, England. All new content on the life of Princess Diana is officially on its way. There's eating and drinking, shooting and hunting.
The photo of Kristen as Diana has heightened the excitement for a preview of the film, as well as its release. During this time, she considers leaving Prince Charles. For Prince Charles, it's another reminder that the treatment of Princess Diana and her untimely death still casts a shadow on the royal family.
While a concrete release date for Spencer has yet to be set, NEON are said to be angling for an arrival in the fall of 2021. Diana knows the game.
Kristen Stewart will next be seen in the movie Spencer that has been helmed by Pablo Larrain.
The film also stars Timothy Spall, Sally Hawkins, and Sean Harris; we're guessing as Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth, and Prince Charles, in that order. "I think it's a different perspective on a story that we don't all know well, but we all feel we now are a part of it", Knight told Variety in an exclusive interview last week.