We are dealing with about 11 years of her life from after she had Harry, when he’s aged about two, and it’s partly from the point of view of her protection bodyguard. The emphasis of this really is authenticity and to discover what she went through. Unless you are a Diana freak, quite a lot of it will be unknown to the audience. The movie’s not saying she is unbelievably wonderful or she’s a pain in the neck, the audience can make their own view.And, particularly about the casting:
It’s a slightly closed book until we get her.So where does the newspaper get their comments on casting from? It’s possible Evans gave them something “off the record,” possible they heard from another source, and, as always, possible they just took a shot in the dark. But here’s what they say:
Actresses rumoured to portray Diana include Charlize Theron, 36, and Carey Mulligan, 26, with Ewan McGregor, 40, lined up to play Wharfe.Sounds like guess work to me, but we’ll see.