A controversial documentary about an alleged cover-up surrounding Princess Diana's death in 1997 is being shelved indefinitely by the film's producers.
Unlawful Killing raised some major conspiracy theories reagarding the circumstances surrounding the deaths of Princess Di and passenger Dodi Al-Fayed.
A lot of blame was even placed on the Royal Family.
The film was a four-year project financed by Al-Fayed's father and was sold last year to foreign markets at the Cannes Film Festival for 2012 distribution.
The UK was not one of those markets, of course ... but in any case, the film about the demise of Prince William and Harry's mother has now been axed.
The Hollywood Reporter says that the issue was insurance. The celebrity news site claims no company would provide the producers with a policy to protect against lawsuits that potentially could occur due to the film's controversial content.
The producer says, "It became undoable. We are all disappointed."