KRISTEN Stewart’s fans are blown away by the stunning new teaser trailer and poster for the actress’ upcoming Princess Diana movie, Spencer.
The 31-year-old transformed into the late royal in the new clip, which features the actress going all in on her accent as the Princess of Wales.
The emotional Spencer trailer features the first footage of Kristen as Princess Diana, with the full movie set to come out on November 5.
The short, one-minute clip includes an overview of a lot of the scenes that will be shown throughout the upcoming movie, but only a small glimpse of Kristen’s take on the late royal.
It was just enough, though, to have fans praising her for looking exactly like Princess Diana and even sounding like her, too.
One happy viewer tweeted: “kristen stewart saying, ‘they don’t’ in the most perfect princess diana voice is the only thing engraved in my mind now”
Another wrote: “It doesn’t even look like Kristen Stewart!!! She looks so much like Diana, my goodness.”
In the new movie poster, the star is all glam in a strapless white gown that takes up more than half of the image, and fans are speculating Kristen is going for an Oscar with this new role.
Neon, the distribution company behind the new movie, tweeted alongside the poster: “Every fairy tale ends. Kristen Stewart is Diana Spencer. A glimpse at Pablo Larraín’s SPENCER. In Theaters Nov. 5”
Fans immediately fell in love with the gorgeous image, with one saying it’s “genuinely one of the best posters I’ve seen in forever.”
A second gushed: “This is perhaps the most exquisite and captivating movie poster I’ve seen in my life.
“As a person who used to buy and sell these for collectors, I’m wowed by this.”
Another said they could tell just from the poster alone that Kristen might have some award nominations coming her way for her role in Spencer.
“Best actress nomination in the bag,” the excited fan wrote. “That’s my girl!”
While people didn’t think the dress Kristen’s wearing in the poster looks anything like Princess Diana’s wedding dress, aside from the long train, they had some other suggestions.
Many said they don’t think it’s meant to be an exact copy of any real-life ones Princess Diana wore, though they noted it still resembles a couple different ones.
The late royal stunned in a similar strapless white gown with gold embellishments to the premiere of the James Bond film, The Living Daylights, in London in 1987.
She also wore a pearl necklace, which the Twilight actress appears to be wearing in the poster, as well.
In 1988, she also wore a white-and-gold dress to a dinner at the Elysee Palace in Paris, though this one was much more conservative and included a matching jacket.
With the poster and teaser now out, many are hoping for the full Spencer trailer to be released soon, so they can get an even better glimpse of K-Stew’s portrayal of Princess Diana.
CinemaCon attendees were treated to a first look at the trailer, as well as an extended clip.
Many of those who got the sneak peek gave Kristen early praise on Twitter for her acting and for her accent as the Princess of Wales.
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
The late royal died on August 31, 1997 in a car crash at the age of 36 while fleeing from the paparazzi in a tunnel in Paris, France.
The new biopic will focus on Prince William and Prince Harry’s mother near the end of her life, just as she’s deciding to leave her husband, Prince Charles, and their marriage behind them.
The two ended up getting divorced in 1996, just a year before her death.
The first official photo of Kristen as the late royal was released in January, with the Happiest Season actress recreating one of her most iconic looks.
She posing in a red coat over a black turtleneck with a tie detailing, capping off the outfit with a broad-brimmed black hat adorned with a net veil covering the front of her face as she looked off to the side.
Kristen’s blonde hair’s styled short with slight waving as it comes down around her chin.
Lady Di wore a very similar look while attending Christmas Day services at Sandringham Church in 1993.
Aside from Kristen, the Spencer movie – named after Diana’s maiden name – also includes Timothy Spall, Sally Hawkins and Sean Harris in its cast.