Florence Pugh looks back on filming time with gratitude Darling, don’t worry.
On Friday, the film hit theaters, and Pugh, 26, marked the moment with a sentimental post featuring photos from the set.
Her behind-the-scenes snaps include photos of someone pushing a classic car in a deserted area, cinematographer Matthew Libatik in a dolly, co-star Kate Berrant posing, and her included a fun photo of him sticking out his tongue. Rocking hair roller.
Pugh also included a snap of herself dancing with director and co-star Olivia Wilde.
Her post came amid speculation that there was a lot of tension on set, especially between the actress and her director. I am writing about whether
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“It’s here.. and ready to be seen. @dontworrydarling is in the cinema!” Pugh wrote of the film’s theatrical debut. Visited some insane places, worked hard in the desert dust, and looked good while doing so.”
She went on to send love to the cast’s charming team, adding, “(thanks @hebathormakeup and @jaimeleigh.hair and @ariannephillips).”
Pugh continued, “Thank you to those who bought tickets and to those who have already seen it. Whenever I see an impressive cinematic moment on the big screen, I am watching.” I recall there being a boom just inches from the frame.”
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Pugh added: “A mark on the floor just below the actor’s waist. Incredibly crazy when you consider that setting up and doing a scene takes a good chunk of your day, but in this scene.. there was a lot to do! Explosions, explosions, car chases, cocktail balances, underwater sequences, running, drinking and even running..”
She praised the film, writing, “This movie was such an epic story on such a large scale to shoot during the peak of Covid.”
“For that I will always be grateful. To everyone who helped make this, your dedication and love was seen every day – thank you.”
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Wilde, 38, also celebrated the film’s premiere on Instagram, sharing a photo of her and Pugh smiling on set. enjoyed his coffee break with a smile.
“Don’t worry Darling is officially open,” she wrote in the caption.
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She continued, “I am deeply grateful for this experience and the extraordinary effort of the group of artists who made it happen. We have come together to tell the story for you. Hope you enjoy it.” I hope you will.”
Wilde’s psychological thriller made headlines from the moment it was announced in July 2019. From the tumultuous casting to the beginning romance, the film kept moviegoers and social his media audiences buzzing in the months leading up to its release.
don’t worry darling Stiles and Pugh star as Jack and Alice, a young couple living in the seemingly perfect corporate town of Victory, California, in the 1950s. As cracks begin to form in the idyllic community, Alice becomes obsessed with the nature of her husband’s work.