Olivia Wilde took the time to further address the whirlwind of off-screen drama rumors surrounding her new release, Don’t Worry Darling, in which her main character Harry Styles spits on co-star Chris. I touched on the popular Internet theory that Pine, during the Venice Film Festival premiere of the thriller.
“Harry didn’t actually spit on Chris,” Wilde told Stephen Colbert in a clip from Wednesday’s episode of “The Late Show,” which was released online hours before the full interview aired on CBS. I’m here.
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The late-night host joked a little to the director and whispered in haste. we will see ” This exchange causes Wilde to burst into laughter.
“I think this is a perfect example of people looking for drama everywhere they can,” the director says, explaining her interpretation of the rumored popularity.
Pine’s representative quick to deny The actor was spat out by Styles following the film’s Sept. 5 premiere, calling the story a “ludicrous story” and a “complete fabrication.”
later style jokingly admitted A rumor during a concert at Madison Square Garden, two days after the alleged incident, said: I immediately flew to Venice to spit on Chris Pine. But don’t worry, we’re back!
A supposed salivating scuttlebutt is just one of the off-screen stories that has haunted Don’t Worry Darling for the past few weeks. Stars Florence Pugh and Wilde didn’t pose together on the Venice red carpet, leading to rumors that the two had a falling out during the making of the movie.
“Florence is a force,” Wilde said at a screening of the film. Venice press conference When asked to “clean the air” about an online discussion. “When it comes to the constant tabloid gossip and all the noise out there, the internet feeds itself. I don’t think it needs to contribute. I think it’s fed enough.”
Warner Bros. will release Don’t Worry Darling in theaters on Friday.
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