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Millions of eyeballs around the world have focused on the Venice Film Festival and especially the first part of the film Don’t worry, babyof the visiting press, to see it will messy as what’s reported backstage during production – and the boy delivered it.
In the midst of a supposed feud between the main actor Florence Pugh and director wilderness – during which Wilde, 38, has done nothing but (publicly) sing praises to 26-year-old Pugh – Pugh has largely remained silent. Until, it seems, now.
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Footage has surfaced on social media of Pugh seemingly throwing a subtle shade of shade at Wilde during a red carpet interview, and fans were paying it off as Pugh broke his silence. her about the reported rift.
On Monday Venice Time, Pugh attended the red carpet and premiere of Don’t worry, baby – even though she notably skipped the press conference earlier in the day – that’s where an Italian journalist asked Pugh what “inspiration” she found in the film.
Pugh replied: “I think it’s very inspiring to see a woman step back and say ‘no’, and question everything. “It’s really exciting to see a woman do it on and off camera.”
Pugh was then asked when she “says no” in front of the camera, to which she responded with a burst of laughter, “When do I say ‘no’? When someone says I can’t eat cake.”
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Pugh’s obvious peach blossoming emerged after a tense red carpet incident where Wilde and Pugh were pictured together in a group shot, but was separated by them Don’t worry, baby costar. Pugh also spent most of her time with Grandma Pat, whom she went to the premiere for as a date.
They were also separated during the film’s premiere, the final part of which received a standing ovation in four minutes, and The tearful Pugh is said to have walked out at three minutes after reportedly avoiding eye contact with Wilde. Others countered the claim later, saying that Pugh appeared to have looked and clapped in Wilde’s direction at least once, while Wilde was seen clapping and smiling at Pugh several times.
During the press conference held earlier on Monday, Wilde deftly dodged the question of their alleged strained relationship, saying: “Florence is a force. We’re so grateful she was able to do that tonight [for the red carpet]. I am grateful to her, and [Dune director Denis Villeneuve] for helping us. I cannot say how honored I am to have her as our guide.
“For all the endless tabloid gossip out there, the Internet provides for itself. I don’t feel the need to contribute; I think it’s self-nurturing enough.”
Pugh didn’t attend the press conference – an odd move considering her the main role of the movie – officially due to her filming commitments for the show. Sand dune 2.
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Press tour for Don’t worry, baby at the Venice Film Festival and beyond got messy for a multitude of reasons – one of them being speculated that the film’s star Chris Pine was spat in the face by the male lead Harry Styles – but Pugh’s red carpet statement was the only one (apart from a profile in Harper’s Bazaar and a Instagram she specifically answered a question surrounding the movie for all to see.
However, overnight and this morning, Pugh posted liberally on Instagram sharing her look for her brief appearance at the festival and a tribute to her grandmother. – but the actual movie she was in was not mentioned once.
However, she did share a photo taken by co-star Nick Kroll to her Instagram Story – the most recent acknowledgment of the movie on her social media.
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