Don’t Worry Darling: Florence Pugh Shares BTS Photos After Reports of On-Set Strife With Olivia Wilde
Don’t Worry Darling
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“We met so numerous talented individuals, visited some insane locations, buckled down in the desert dust and looked good whilst doing as such. (Thanks to @hebathormakeup and @jaimeleigh.hair and @ariannephillips),” Pugh’s caption reads in part. “Thank you to every one of those who have bought tickets and those who have proactively seen it – at whatever point I watch massive impressive film moments on massive screens I always advise myself that there is a blast just inches from the edge I’m watching. Or on the other hand marks on the floor just underneath the actors waists. It’s insane to think that each set up and scene takes a huge portion of a day to execute, and on this one.. there was a lot to execute! Explosions, vehicle chases, cocktail adjusting, underwater sequences, running, drinking, seriously running.. This film was such an incredible tale on such a huge scale to shoot, all while during top Coronavirus times. For that I will always be grateful. To every one of you who aided make this, your dedication and love was seen day to day – thank you.”
Don’t Worry Darling, which features an ensemble cast drove by Pugh and Harry Styles, has been at the center of a lot of Internet enthusiasm in recent weeks, between the circumstances of Shia Labeouf’s unique exit from the film, to the conversation surrounding the film’s sex scenes, to speculation that Pugh and Wilde are quarreling. Those latter rumors were filled by the announcement that Pugh wouldn’t do press for the film outside of the Venice debut, an event that also became infamous by its own doing for “SpitGate”, the theory that Styles spat on co-star Chris Pine during the debut.
“Florence is a force and we are so grateful that she is ready to make it tonight despite being in production on Rise,” Wilde shared when asked by a journalist to “dispel any confusion” about the rumors. “I know as a director that it is so disruptive to lose an actor in any event, for a day so I’m extremely grateful to her and [Dune director] Denis Villeneuve for aiding us – – we’re truly thrilled we’ll get to celebrate her work tonight.”