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How to Watch ‘Spencer': Is the Princess Diana Movie Streaming?

Kristen Stewart’s portrayal of the late British icon hits theaters Nov. 5

More than 20 years after her death, Princess Diana remains one of the most beloved and enduring figures of the British monarchy — and of pop culture. The latest screen adaption of her life is “Spencer,” a biopic that charts the fateful weekend in 1991 when the princess formerly known as Diana Spencer decided to leave her husband, Prince Charles.

With Kristen Stewart starring and “Jackie” director Pablo Larraín at the helm, the film has been generating plenty of buzz ahead of its release. The historical drama also stars Jack Farthing, Sally Hawkins, Timothy Spall, Jack Nielan, Freddie Spry, Stella Gonet and Richard Sammel.

For Diana fans looking to catch the film on its premiere date, here’s everything you need to know about how to watch “Spencer.”

When Does “Spencer” Come Out?

“Spencer” premieres on Friday, Nov. 5.

Where Can You Watch “Spencer”?

The film is being released exclusively in movie theaters by U.S. distributors Neon and Topic Studios.

Is “Spencer” Streaming?

As of now, “Spencer” is not available on any streaming platforms. Stay tuned for updates in the next few weeks, as the film should be available to rent on VOD in the near future.

Where are Kristen Stewart’s other movies streaming?

  • “Twilight” series – all five are streaming on Netflix
  • “Zathura” – Netflix
  • “The Runaways” – Netflix
  • “J.T. LeRoy” – Netflix
  • “Charlie’s Angels” – Hulu
  • “Happiest Season” – Hulu
  • “Panic Room” – Amazon Prime
  • “Seberg” – Amazon Prime
  • “On The Road” – Hulu
  • “Still Alice” – Hulu
  • “Lizzie” – Amazon Prime
  • “Adventureland” – Hulu
  • “Into The Wild” – Netflix
  • “Underwater” – HBO Max, Hulu, Amazon Prime
  • “Snow White and the Huntsman” – Amazon Prime

Who Else Has Played Princess Diana?

Over the years, many actresses have brought Princess Diana to life for the screen, including:

  • Herself (archival footage) in “The Queen” (2006)
  • Naomi Watts in “Diana” (2013)
  • Emma Corrin in “The Crown” (2020)

Does “Spencer” Have a Trailer?

Check out the official trailer here.