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Olivia Wilde Addresses ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Rumors

Olivia Wilde addresses 'Don't Worry Darling' rumors

Olivia Wilde addresses 'Don't Worry Darling' rumors

Olivia Wilde has taken the time to address further the flurry of rumors of off-screen drama surrounding her most recent film, “Don’t Worry Darling,” and she has touched on a well-liked internet theory that her leading man, Harry Styles, spit on his co-star, Chris Pine, during the thriller’s Venice Film Festival premiere.

In a segment from Wednesday’s episode of “The Late Show,” which was made available online a few hours before the complete interview airs on CBS, Wilde said, “Harry did not spit on Chris, in truth.”

Only time will tell, the late-night host says in response to the director’s little jostling. We will find out. The exchange made Wilde chuckle uncontrollably. The director interpreted the rumor’s popularity as proof that people will seek drama wherever they can by saying, “I think it’s a wonderful illustration of, like, people will go for drama anyplace that they can.”

Wilde recognized the harsh online commentary around the movie for the entire discussion. Encounter as the whole, according to Wilde, “kind of transformed my perspective on the internet.” However, given that this is essentially what the movie is about, it’s ironic. The film is about the stories we are given and whether we decide to believe them or ask where they came from.

Shia LaBeouf’s claims that he was not sacked from “Don’t Worry Darling” were also mentioned by Wilde. The actor, who Styles eventually replaced, said that the lack of rehearsal time was why he decided to leave the project and provided images of text messages between himself and the director.

As the film’s director, I sought to mediate a conflict between two parties early on to see if they might collaborate amicably, according to Wilde. “I was given an ultimatum after it was obvious that our working relationship was unsustainable. I’m glad I made the actress choice I did. Was I disappointed at the time that we couldn’t make it work? Yes. Did new information about him emerge afterward, reassuring me that we made the right choice? Yes.”

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When Colbert questioned whether Wilde had dismissed Shia LaBeouf, Wilde responded, “We had to replace Shia.” “When he offered me the choice between him and Florence, I picked Florence.” After the movie’s Sept. 5 premiere, a Pine spokesperson quickly denied that the actor had been spit on by Styles, calling the claim “a stupid lie” and “a complete fiction.”

Two days after the alleged encounter, Styles humorously acknowledged the rumor while performing at Madison Square Garden: “It’s fantastic, wonderful, wonderful to be back in New York. I recently flew over to Venice to spit on Chris Pine. But don’t worry, we’re back.

One off-screen rumor that has followed “Don’t Worry Darling” recently is the alleged salivation. Florence Pugh, the movie’s star, and Wilde did not take a photo together on the red carpet in Venice, fueling suspicions that the two had a falling out when the movie was being made.

When asked to “clear the air” on the online debate during the movie’s Venice press conference, Wilde responded, “Florence is a force.” “As for all the noise out there and the never-ending tabloid rumors, the Internet feeds itself. I don’t need to give because I believe it is fully provided.

“Don’t Worry Darling” will debut in theatres on Friday thanks to Warner Bros.

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