Don’t Worry Darling has already opened in the theatres this week however the movie garnered the highlight for many wrong reasons. For a few months now, the movie was in the news due to the alleged feud between director Olivia Wilde and lead actress Florence Pugh.
It drew more attention when the former lead actor Shia LaBeouf came into the scene stating that he quit the movie denying the statement Wilde previously shared about firing him.
The director also ignited further controversy when her beau Harry Styles got involved in the drama. Now the new reports have completely turned the table with the film’s crew giving a well-staged response to the alleged feud stating it as “completely false” after an unnamed crew confirmed having a “screaming match.”
Don’t Worry Darling Previously Claimed A “Screaming Match” on The Film’s Set
As per the reports by Vulture, a film crew has come forward confirming that the conflict speculated around the duo is true. According to the source, Wilde and Pugh did engage in a “screaming match” during the shooting of the film. As the report shared, the “blowout argument” occurred back in January 2021, when filming was about to wrap up.
Regarding the speculations surrounding the duo’s alleged conflict, Pugh was getting distracted during the filming of the anticipated movie, Don’t Worry Darling, because of the on-set romance between Wilde and Styles.
The outlet also confirmed the same stating that Pugh was allegedly furious with the director’s “frequent, unexplained absences,” referring to Wilde and lead actor Harry Styles, who “would just disappear” during the film’s shooting.
Don’t Worry Darling’s Crew Staging The Reply For Olivia Wilde-Florence Pugh’s Controversy
According to an exclusive report by PEOPLE, the film’s crew has completely denied having any conflict between the duo and shared that the speculations “are completely false.”
As per the statement shared by the outlet,
“As a crew, we’ve avoided addressing the absurd gossip surrounding the movie we’re so
proud of, but feel the need to correct the anonymous ‘sources’ quoted in a recent
The report also stated, “Any allegations about unprofessional behavior on the set of Don’t Worry Darling are completely false.”
Referencing the previous claims made by the Vulture‘s report, the sources shared, “There was never a screaming match between our director and anyone, let alone a member of our cast.”
With the opposite response, one could easily doubt a reply which has been trying to fit into others’ minds. The director in her previous interviews has denied having any feud with the actress.
Don’t Worry Darling is now running in theatres.