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the seemingly never-ending press cycle don’t worry darling Raised again as news of a screaming match between director Olivia Wilde and star Florence Pugh has now surfaced. Is anyone surprised?
Vulture We’ve got an in-depth look at the film and its rollout and spoke to anonymous sources at Warner Bros., and this article provides a bit more insight into why the two women were so cold toward each other during the film’s premiere and aftermath. She was
Reportedly, on-set tension between Pugh (a friend of Wilde’s ex Jason Sudeikis) and Wilde culminated in a “shouting match”. The incident occurred when filming was over halfway through, and Pugh was reportedly upset that Wilde left the set with Pugh’s co-star Harry Styles.
“Olivia and Harry will just disappear,” the source told the magazine. The fighting was so intense that Toby Emmerich, a highly placed Warner Bros. official, was forced to step down and moderate. There was a “long negotiation process” to try and persuade Pugh to promote the film “in any way”. Of course, Pugh has a thick and busy Instagram following, so his lack of posts about the film was cause for alarm.
Another source told Vulture That Warner Bros. wasn’t happy with the way Wilde was promoting the film — especially when it comes to the departure of previous co-star Shia LaBeouf.
“Olivia is either a crazy genius who has figured out a way to make people more aware of a film that just drives the box office or she has no self-awareness that she is fucking her film,” the source added. Told.
Despite this, even tilism people know about this film. But is it good enough? This is another story entirely. You can always go see for yourself, like don’t worry darling Now in cinemas.