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Usually, a movie that gets the opening night perch at the world’s most prestigious film festival would be one that any distributor would want to release. However, The Weinstein Company may keep Grace of Monaco, the anticipated biopic starring Nicole Kidman as Grace Kelly, out of U.S. theatres due to Harvey Weinstein’s disapproval of the director’s current cut.

The film, from La Vie en Rose helmer Olivier Dahan, has already been delayed by The Weinstein Company – twice. It was supposed to come out last November, in time for Oscar and other awards consideration, but Weinstein butted heads with Dahan over an early cut. Grace of Monaco was then pushed back to March of this year. Now, it does not have a release date in the U.S. at all. The French cut of the film set to be shown at Cannes is reported to be the »

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