From "Fruitvale Station" to "Lee Daniels' The Butler" to Toronto International Film Festival debuts "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" and "August: Osage County," The Weinstein Company has unveiled almost every key film on its awards slate this year, except one: "Grace of Monaco," with Nicole Kidman starring as Grace Kelly. The studio still hasn't even released a proper U.S. trailer for Olivier Dahan's film, but Warner Bros. -- which is releasing "Grace of Monaco" in the United Kingdom in November -- did so on Monday. The international teaser highlights Kidman's grace as Grace, while Frank Langella provides solemn narration. Tim Roth co-stars as Prince Rainer III. Oscar for Kidman? Yay or nay in the comments below. "Grace of Monaco" arrives in U.S. theaters on Nov. 27.