Newshub18:Forget the controversy and mind the picture.
Olivia Wilde’s new film ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ has been released in theaters on September 23. In the month before the release, there was more talk about the personal conflicts of the film’s husband and wife than the film itself. Ahead of the film’s premiere at the Venice Film Festival this month, news of the film’s director and lead actress Florence Pugh’s trouble on the set has surfaced. Rumor has it that at the end of the premiere, actor Harry Styles spat at co-star Chris Pine. Florence Pugh wants to forget everything and concentrate on the film.In a long post on Instagram, he thanked the director for giving him the opportunity to do the film. He shared several pictures of the shooting set with the post. One of which shows him dancing with Olivia.
The 26-year-old British actress wrote on Instagram, ‘Spending time with amazing talent on set, traveling to amazing locations, working hard in the desert dust. Finally the film is releasing, thanks to everyone who bought tickets to see it. When I think about the shooting of different scenes, I still have a different feeling. From car chases, underwater scenes, racing and what not. A great movie by and large. Thanks to all. This film is the result of everyone’s cooperation and self-sacrifice.
Set in the 1950s, the story revolves around a happy couple named Alice and Jack. Alice’s husband, Jack, is a young madman, involved with a secret project at the company. Trouble starts when it is discovered that the company is hiding an unsavory truth.
In April 2020, Florence Pugh, Shia LaBeouf and Chris Pine were announced as the film’s bride and groom. Dakota Johnson was later added. Director Olivia herself was supposed to play the role of Alice in the film. But later the director decided to cast younger actors as the two main characters, Alice and Jack. In September 2020, Flores cast Pew, who was previously slated to play Alice’s friend Bunny, as Alice. And Olivia played the role of Bunny. Shea drops out as Jack, Harry Styles joins. In addition, Dakota Johnson was replaced by Kiki Lane.
After its premiere at the Venice Film Festival, critics called the film ‘mediocre’ but praised the performances of Pew and Harry