Darling, you may need to worry now.
Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde reportedly got into a “scream match” on the set of “Don’t Worry Darling.”
An unnamed insider who reportedly spent “a good deal of time” on the set of the psychological thriller told Vulture that there was an “explosive argument” between Wilde, 38, and Pugh, 26, in January 2021. claimed to have taken place. manufacturing.
Pugh was reportedly frustrated by Wilde’s “frequent and unexplained absences” leading up to the alleged fight.
“Olivia and Harry will just disappear,” an insider claimed to the site.
Tensions finally came to a head when, according to reports, a “screaming match” between Wilde and Pugh allegedly occurred.
Representatives for Wilde and Pugh did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
But this isn’t the first time drama allegations have surfaced on the set of “Don’t Worry Darling.”
Page Six broke news in July that Pugh was unhappy with Wilde and Stiles’ relationship.
“I can tell you about the fact that Flo seeing Olivia and Harry on set didn’t work out because when Olivia and Harry first hooked up with Harry, Olivia was still with Jason. Wilde’s ex, “Ted Russo” star Jason Sudeikis, a source told us at the time.
When Wilde claimed that he fired Shia LaBeouf as the film’s male lead and replaced him with 28-year-old Stiles to make Pugh feel “safe” and “supported”. The feud intensified.
The scandal-plagued “Transformers” actor, 36, released a series of emails via Variety in August claiming he had walked away.
LaBeouf also sent a video he received from Wilde, in which she begged him to stay in the film, appearing to dismiss Pugh and saying, “This could be a little wake-up call to Miss Flo.” No,” he said.
Soon after, Pugh skipped a press conference to promote the film at the Venice Film Festival.
Wilde claimed at the conference that the “Midsommar” star was absent because he was “in the making” of “Dune: Part 2,” but it was confirmed that Pugh would join the red carpet cast later that night. said.
However, Pugh did not appear at the New York City premiere of “Don’t Worry Darling” on September 19.
“As far as I understand it, there’s friction, but I don’t know why,” a source told Rolling Stone earlier this month. [Florence is] Choose not to participate in PR. It clearly doesn’t benefit Olivia for her not to participate in her PR. It has to be a Florentine decision.”
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However, the cinematographer who worked on “Don’t Worry Darling,” which hits theaters Friday, recently attempted to debunk the feudal allegations.
“When I hear about some biting rumors on set, I reject them. To be honest, it wasn’t obvious at all,” said Matthew Libatik on The Hollywood Reporter’s “Behind the Screen” podcast. argued about
“From my point of view, the story of being on set is completely untrue. You can’t speak to post-production at all.”