Olivia Wilde refutes feud with Florence Pugh

Olivia Wilde sheds light on the soaring rumors of a feud with Florence Pugh.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Olivia Wilde puts an end to rumors of a feud with Florence Pugh.

Olivia Wilde recently worked with Variety Magazine. In her interview, the director commented on all the ongoing rumors about her next film, Don’t Worry Darling.

Most recently, speculation has emerged that there may be a hostility between Wild and Don’t Worry Darling actress Florence Pugh.

Reportedly, Pugh doesn’t like Wilde’s relationship with Harry Styles. Harry Styles is also the main character in this movie.

However, Wilde explained and shared that via the platform, ‘we’re all getting too close to the bubble of production’.

He continued, ‘I became a strong support for him on the set of a new movie. And he was a great supporter of her, like someone who understands her films.’

House graduates further stated that Pugh would like to appear in an upcoming second directed film.

Wilde is believed to have been impressed by Pugh’s performance in the 2019 horror film Midsommar.

‘I was crazy about her,’ said the 38-year-old actress.

She said, ‘I loved the movie, but I loved her. I said, “Well, she’s extraordinary. She’s definitely the most interesting young actress working today.”‘

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Rumors began to spread when a TikTok user mentioned ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ on her social media in a video not promoted by Florence Pugh, like her co-stars.

Moreover, Pew did not post anything about the movie even though the second trailer was released on July 21st. However, she uploaded details of her upcoming project with Christopher Nolan for the film Oppenheimer.

Moreover, in one article, Harry Styles was paid three times the salary of Lady Macbeth in the movie.

Wilde said in an interview, ‘There were a lot of things that I didn’t really care about. But the absurdity of the invented clickbait and the subsequent reaction to the non-existent pay gap between the lead and supporting actors really pissed me off.’

She continued, “I am a woman who has been in this business for over 20 years, and especially as a director, I have fought for myself and others.” There is absolutely no validity to that argument.’



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