New 'Grace of Monaco' U.K. Trailer: Nicole Kidman's Grace Kelly Misses Hollywood (Video)
The latest look at the film, which has been the subject of a reported tiff between director Olivier Dahan and U.S. distributor The Weinstein Company, shows a sad princess longing to return to acting.
Grace Kelly's princess fairy tale is unraveling in the latest look at the upcoming biopic Grace of Monaco, starring Nicole Kidman.
In a U.K. trailer for the film, Kelly is shown growing unhappy as princess of Monaco, longing to return to Hollywood despite the prince's objections.
"I can be a mother and a wife and hold down two jobs without the people getting too upset, can't I?," an angry Kelly is shown saying at one point, while her driver insists that the prince will never accept the idea of her returning to making movies.
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Later, Kelly is shown telling a confidant, "I don't know how I'm going to keep living with him. I don't know how I'm going to spend the rest of my life in this place where I can't be me. And who is that?"
Amid clips of Kelly looking increasingly despondent, even crying in front of her children, and running away, she also voiceovers, "Everything I do or say is wrong."
The trailer also delves into politics, with Kelly accusing the prince, "Have you thought that de Gaulle is looking for any excuse to take Monaco, even if it means turning you against me?
Her husband then angrily jumps up at a table where they're seated with several other people.
Grace of Monaco is set to hit U.K. theaters on June 6, with Warner Bros. distributing the film there. The film doesn't have a U.S. release date, however, after The Weinstein Company pulled the film from its 2014 calendar in January.
The movie has been the subject of a reported tiff between director Olivier Dahan and Harvey Weinstein, with the former saying that his film is finished but that he doesn't want to sign off on a version The Weinstein Company would like to release.
Meanwhile, the film is set to open this year's Cannes Film Festival.
Watch the full U.K. trailer below.