This review was first published on Steven’s brilliant website Popcornaddiction.com. Make it your next stop. Prior to her untimely death on August 31st, 1997, when the vehicle she was travelling in crashed in Paris’ Pont de l’Alma road tunnel, Diana (Naomi Watts) embarked on a relationship with London-based Pakistani surgeon Hasnat Khan (Naveen Andrews). This…
Naomi Watts’ portrayal of the People’s Princess has drawn widespread ridicule from the British press, because it’s awful. So where are we to go to for our easily-digestible snapshots of Diana’s life? Netflix, obviously. Here are our top 5 reasons to spurn Diana and head instead for Diana: Her True Story.
Queens are allowed to be late.
Queen of Farts, more like! …too soon…?
Pattinson set to star as T. E Lawrence in Queen of the Desert