Cannes Film “Unlawful Killing” previews Diana Death Photo
Princess Diana of England is not dead to the film industry. A filmmaker is showing a film at Cannes about details of Diana’s death and included a photo of her dying which has not been seen before. Dodi Fayeed is behind the film. Recall that he said a plot was afoot in the death of the couple because the Royals did not want Diana to marry an Arab, a Muslim too boot. Can you say too hot to handle?
LONDON – As Prince William and Kate Middleton honeymoon in a secluded spot, the paparazzi who stalk them are back in the spotlight.
There’s a brewing legal battle over publication of 5-year-old photographs of bridesmaid Pippa Middleton sunbathing topless, and anger about gruesome photographs of the late Princess Diana in the moments after her 1997 car crash appearing in a documentary about her death.
The publication of the Pippa pictures — showing the 27-year-old on a powerboat with older sister Kate (in a revealing bikini) and William (in a red and white bathing suit) — prompted the Middleton family to file a formal petition to Britain’s independent Press Complaints Commission.
- Dying Diana shot to appear in film (thesun.co.uk)
- Princess Diana film sparks outrage (hollywood.com)
- Pippa Middleton in eye of UK paparazzi storm (cbsnews.com)
Posted on May 10, 2011, in Fame Depot, Famous Fridays and tagged cannes film festival, Death of Diana Princess of Wales, Diana Princess of Wales, Dodi Fayed, kate middleton, Mohamed Al-Fayed, Mohammad Rasoulof, movie, Pippa Middleton, Press Complaints Commission, Royals, Unlawful killing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.