British police are looking into new information regarding the deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed, The Associated Press reports.
Scotland Yard would not give details on the information, but did say the information is being assessed for "relevance and credibility" by officers from its specialist crime and operations unit.
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Silence is golden in the first trailer for the anticipated biopic Diana.
The clip doesn't feature any dialogue, but slowly builds to the reveal of star Naomi Watts, who bears a striking resemblance to the late princess.
The film follows Diana's last two years, when she was secretly involved with heart surgeon Dr. Hasnat Khan, played by Naveen Andrews. Olivier Hirschbiegel directed.
While there's no U.S. release date for the film, it's slated to premiere in the U.K. in September.
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