Florence Pugh is bypassing the “Don’t Worry Darling” press conference while…


Florence Pugh is bypassing the “Don’t Worry Darling” press conference while attending the Venice Film Festival

According to a source familiar with the production, Pugh is reportedly making her way into Venice from the Dune: Part Two set and won’t arrive until after the press conference.

Although it was made public by the Variety article, a second source claimed that this was always the intended outcome.

Don’t Worry, Darling co-star Olivia Wilde and the movie’s director are said to have fallen out. Wilde, however, has subsequently denied ever having a falling out and asserted that tabloid media is employed to humiliate and pit women against one another. Due to Pugh’s absence from the occasion, there are allegations that the two do not get along.

The Oscar contender, 26, and her co-star, Harry Styles, were allegedly paid differently, according to allegations made by Wilde, 38, who responded, “There have been a bunch out there that I generally don’t give heed to.

” The absurdity of clickbait-generated anger over a fictitious wage difference between our star and supporting actors, though, was what really irked me.

I’ve been a woman working in this field for over 20 years, and as a director in particular, I’ve fought for both other women and myself. Those claims have absolutely no basis, Wilde continued.

Fans also speculated that Pugh and Wilde were having an argument after Pugh chose not to respond to or share a post from Wilde in July that lauded the movie’s star. On August 11, Pugh did eventually write an article about the film.

In the movie Don’t Worry Darling, Pugh and Styles play a young couple named Alice and Jack who live in Victory, California, a place that seems to be the definition of a company town in the 1950s.

As the perfect society begins to falter, Alice becomes fixated with the profession of her husband. On September 23, Don’t Worry Darling will open in theaters.