Sneak peek: Naomi Watts resurrects Lady Di in Diana

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  • Updated: Jun 14, 2013 19:17 IST
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    Caught In Flight is due to release in 2013.

A first and rather solemn teaser trailer has come out for this biopic about the late Princess of Wales, Diana Spencer.

MSN's UK portal has obtained exclusive rights to premiere this sneak peek at the upcoming biopic by Oliver Hirschbiegel (Downfall), which is due out in the fall in the UK.

Naomi Watts will play Lady Di in 1995, three years after her divorce from Prince Charles. Having become a prominent figure in charity work and the fight to ban landmines worldwide, she became romantically involved with Pakistani heart surgeon Hasnat Khan (played by Naveen Andrews) while contending with daily harassment by the ruthless paparazzi.


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