Mon. Oct 3rd, 2022

With Harry Styles, Chris Pine and Gemma Chan by her side, but not Florence Pugh, Olivia Wilde was this Monday in front of journalists at the Venice Film Festival, but she stuck to rehearsed answers about the controversies surrounding “Don’t Worry Darling” in recent weeks, such as tensions behind the scenes and salary differences. The organization also helped to avoid uncomfortable questions about Shia LeBeouf’s departure from the project. Worries Darling”, but justifying the absence of the press conference with the flight from Budapest, where the shooting of “Dune” is taking place: is that Timothée Chalamet, the protagonist of that film, spent Friday in Venice promoting his new film “Bones and All”. Furthermore, it would be possible to coordinate schedules: the three films all involve the same studio, Warner Bros. The fact that the actress arrives in Venice five minutes after the question about her absence (according to journalist Kyle Buchanan of The New York Times) will certainly not dispel the rumours. Harry Styles, Gemma Chan, Chris Pine and Olivia Wilde on September 5th in Venice” data-title=”Florence Pugh didn’t show up: Olivia Wilde avoids uncomfortable questions at the Venice Film Festival – SAPO Mag”> Harry Styles, Gemma Chan, Chris Pine and Olivia Wilde on September 5 in Venice But the sign that there was a script prepared was noticed when Olivia Wilde was asked if she wanted to clarify the rumors circulating of an alleged tension with the protagonist of her film: “Florence is a force. We are so grateful that she was able to come tonight [para a passadeira vermelha] despite being on the set of ‘Dune’. I know, as a director, how difficult it is to lose an actor even for a day, so I am grateful to him and [realizador] Denis Villeneuve for helping us. And we will celebrate his work tonight. I am very honored to have her as our protagonist”. I feel no need to contribute; I think it’s well enough fed.” More than the film itself, it’s the behind-the-scenes stories that have been in the spotlight, notably of Florence Pugh’s alleged displeasure with Olivia Wilde’s professionalism (rumors are circulating that she will have stayed ” distracted” when the romantic involvement with Harry Styles began and the cinematographer Matthew Libatique had to direct scenes) and the emphasis that was being given to the sex scenes (as Olivia Wilde has done). said that the salaries had been the same or that Florence Pugh had been the most paid when the rumor emerged that the actress had received 700 thousand dollars in salary and Harry Styles, who has a supporting role, reached 2.5 million. Variety in which it was suggested that he had fired Shia LaBeouf due to his “combative energy” and to “protect” Florence Pugh added even more fuel to the media fire: the actor denied it and said he had hi he who gave up, presenting messages contradicting this version and a video where the director asks him to change his mind and seems to blame his protagonist for the tensions with the actor.The question of a journalist from The Hollywood Reporter about Shia LaBeouf was blocked by the moderator of the press conference, who said he had already responded when talking about the “Internet noise” and moved on to his own questions about the film’s wardrobe and photography. The story of an isolated dystopian community in California desert in the 1950s hits Portuguese cinemas on September 22.WATCH THE SUBTITLED TRAILER.