wilderness and Florence Pugh provided some rare insight into their wildly controversial film, Don’t worry, babyboth posted behind-the-scenes photos from the set.
Lead actress Pugh, 26, posted several photos featuring the hairstylist, crew members and several co-stars, including Asif Ali, Nick Kroll, KiKi Layne, etc. sunrise when the moon sets …” the actress wrote as the caption.
Wilde, 38, who is the film’s director, also shared a behind-the-scenes photo of herself celebrating the film’s premiere, featuring her boyfriend and male lead, Harry Styles, along with Pugh and the editor play Katie Silberman.
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“Don’t Worry Darling is officially open. Aaahhhhhhhh!!!!!!!” Wilde caption her pictureincluding Pugh and Styles.
“I am extremely grateful for this experience and the extraordinary efforts of the group of artists that made it possible.
“We’ve put together a story for you and we hope you enjoy it.”
Notably, Pugh did not include any photos of her co-stars Wilde, Styles or Pine in her Instagram tribute.
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The photos came as news of a “screaming match” on set between Pugh and Wilde also surfaced online.
An anonymous source requested Vulture that the lead actress grew increasingly frustrated that “Olivia and Harry would disappear” on set.
The feud is said to have gone to Warner Brother’s top executive at the time, Toby Emmerich, who went through a “long process of negotiation” with Pugh to ensure that she would stay involved. involved in the film’s lifecycle “in any way” as to not jeopardize the film’s success at the box office.
But it seems the actress wasn’t very pleased, having been significantly absent from many of the film’s events, including a press conference at the Venice Film Festival.
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Co-star Pine followed her to the New York premiere after a series of social media reports claimed he was spat on by lead actor Styles while watching all the cameras during the premiere. in Venice – although Chris Pine’s agent was negative this.
The movie was broken with problems from start to finish, with Shia LaBeoufformer lead actor, leaked text messages, emails and videos proving that he was dropped from the movie for unfair reasons.
When LaBeouf first left the series in August 2020, Wilde commented Diversity that he was asked to leave due to her “strict no-hole policy” on set, implying that the actor’s behavior on set was the problem.
Two years later, just before the film premiered at the Venice Film Festival, Diversity also published leaked emails and text messages sent by LaBeouf, purporting to counter claims he had been fired.
Don’t worry, baby will be shown in cinemas across Australia on 6 October.
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