Wed Apr 08, 2015 8:46 pm
Nicole Kidman's biopic Grace of Monaco will have its US premiere on Lifetime, rather than in cinemas.
The film's release has proved contentious, with US distributor Harvey Weinstein and Grace of Monaco director Olivier Dahan publicly battling over edits.
A US cinema released was previously scheduled for November 2013 and later March 2014, but was pulled from the schedule on both occasions.
Kidman even publicly admitted that she had no control over the content of the Grace Kelly biopic, which was panned by European critics.
Grace of Monaco has now been acquired by cable channel Lifetime for its US premiere.
The film will be airing on Lifetime on May 25 at 8pm ET.
Grace of Monaco dramatises the Hollywood icon's romance with Prince Rainier III of Monaco during her later years away from the film industry.
The movie had its international premiere at the Cannes Film Festival last year.