The director of the film don’t worry darlingOlivia Wilde, explained Wednesday to the last show by Stephen Colbert, on the tiles that fell on her during the filming of her film, and a refutation of the story of Harry Styles allegedly spitting at Chris Pine.
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Actress and director Olivia Wilde is a guest on CBS’s late-night show just days before her film’s expected release don’t worry darlingwho also met featured Harry Styles, Florence Pugh and Chris Pine.
First, contrary to what some images may have suggested, Harry Styles spat on Chris Pine during the screening of the film at the Venice Film Festival, she insisted. “In fact, he didn’t. More is a perfect example of what people will do to find drama where they can. Chris Pine’s agency had also denied the alleged spat in the days that followed.
Olivia Wilde also explained about the department of Shia LaBeouf, replaced by Harry Styles. LaBeouf claimed to have left the project, while the production said to have thanked him. “Listen, I tried to mediate between Florence and Shia, more when I realized that the working relationship between me was not possible, I chose my actress and I do not regret it. »
Finally, Olivia Wilde has defended herself from having had a tense relationship with actress Florence Pugh. “I have nothing but respect for Florence’s talent, she is fantastic. She is currently on the set of dunes and i think there’s nothing cooler than a busy actress [busy]. I have nothing against her. »
The director said she wishes her male colleagues answered so many questions related to the distribution of their films, and that they can focus on the film itself when promoting it. “Unfortunately, on these issues, there are double standards between men and women,” she said.