Crew members ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ jump in the breach for Olivia Wilde: “There was no arguing” | showbiz

MovieThe new print ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ has been plagued with negative publicity and gossip in recent weeks. For example, it would reportedly not click between lead actress Florence Pugh (26) and director Olivia Wilde (38). The latter would have picked up with Harry Styles on the set, much to the dismay of his co-star. The crew and production members now debunk all rumors. “The allegations are false,” it says in statements that ‘Page Six’ and ‘People’ got their hands on.

The rumor mill has been running at full speed lately regarding the new Harry Styles print. For example, there would be bad blood between actress Florence Pugh and the director on duty, Olivia Wilde. A source told ‘Page Six’ that the relationship between Wilde and Styles was not well received by Florence. “I can tell you with certainty that Florence was not in a good mood when she saw Olivia on set with Harry. She blames Olivia for hooking up with Harry before she broke off her engagement.” Pugh was also unhappy that Wilde seemed to pay more attention to Styles than to the film itself and sometimes seemed to disappear without a trace. The icing on the cake was the much-discussed press conference in Venice, where the cast members seemed to avoid each other, Wilde turned around during interviews and on top of that the bizarre ‘spitting incident’ took place between Harry Styles and actor Chris Pine. More than enough food for the gossipers.

But Wilde can now count on support from unexpected quarters. “We are so proud of the work Olivia Wilde has put in making this incredibly beautiful and entertaining film and look forward to working with her again,” Warner Bros executives Michael De Luca and Pam Abdy told Page. six’. “The studio is deeply grateful for Olivia’s tireless support in bringing her vision to life from production to release. Any suggestion of a conflict between the studio and Olivia is simply untrue.”

On the defensive

The crew members of ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ are also more than tired of the gossip. As many as forty crew members and members of the production team told ‘People’ the following: “As a crew we have avoided responding to the absurd gossip about the film that we are so proud of, but we still feel compelled to give the so-called ‘ anonymous sources’.” The employees strongly deny the rumours. “All allegations of unprofessional conduct on set are completely false.” Furthermore, Wilde was credited as an “incredible leader and director who was present and involved in every aspect of the production and did so with class and respect for everyone involved.”

They went on to say that there were never any fierce fights on set. “We are happy to put our name to this as real people who have worked on this film and who have witnessed the collaborative and safe space that Olivia has created as a director and leader.”

The film ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ is now in cinemas.

Florence Pugh and Harry Styles in Don’t Worry Darling. © Warner Bros. Entertainment via AP

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