Emma Corrin can portray the lead role in Lady Chatterley’s adaptation of Lover.
Emma Corrin, who received high acclaim for her role as Princess Diana in the fourth season of The Crown, will meet with the audience this time with a different adaptation. Corrin, who recently won Best Actress at the Golden Globe Awards and the 26th Critics ‘Choice Awards, may star in 3000 Pictures’ Lover of Lady Chatterley.
Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre, who previously directed The Mustang, will direct the film. The script is written by David Magee, one of the screenwriters of Life of Pi. The film is produced by Oscar nominees Laurence Mark, Pete Czernin, and Graham Broadbent Blueprint Pictures. Marisa Paiva and Nikki Cooper will direct the 3000 Pictures project, meeting with Corrin.
D.H., known for producing stories ahead of time, is expected to be adapted from Lawrence’s novel. The novel is about Lady Chatterley, who lives a rich and lavish life. When Chatterley slowly begins to lose his love for her husband, he finds a worker in their mansion and begins a violent love affair with him.
Although Corrin gave life to the character of Princess Diana for only one season in The Crown, she managed to make a very lasting impression on both the audience and critics.