If the plot of the upcoming Don’t Worry Darling movie is to be filled with dramatic twists and shocking betrayals, it must do justice to the behind-the-scenes drama of the film’s A-list cast and creators. In addition to Olivia Wilde and Florence Pugh’s alleged feud and Harry Styles possibly spitting on Chris Pine, personal stylists are now becoming involved in the drama.
But first, a recap of the rumored episodes. Shortly after Don’t Worry Darling began filming, Shia LaBoeuf was fired from the role due to Wilde’s “no-a******s policy,” Glamor reported. LaBoeuf was replaced by Harry Styles, whom Wilde then confirmed. Rumors then circulated that Pugh had become upset with Wilde and Styles’ interactions on set, and people began to notice that Pugh was doing as little as possible to make the film promote, fueling rumors of bad blood. Just before the film’s premiere at the Venice Film Festival, LaBoeuf decided to switch to goblin mode by getting into an argument with Wilde – during which she apparently asked him to stay in the film – published by Variety, released audio recordings of herself during the trial, in a not-so-kind tone, Wilde referred to Pugh as “Miss Flo.”
Wilde seems more than ready to put it all behind her, but the mess continues — via personal stylists.
Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde’s stylists made dodgy Instagram posts
Although Olivia Wilde told journalists at the Venice Film Festival about People how “grateful” she is for Florence Pugh and that she will no longer contribute to internet gossip, Instagram posts from Wilde’s and Pugh’s personal stylists tell a different story.
Pugh’s stylist Rebecca Corbin-Murray captioned an Instagram photo carousel of the star’s looks with “Miss Flo,” a clear nod to what Wilde mentioned to Pugh in her phone call with Shia LaBoeuf. But not to be outdone, Wilde’s stylist Karla Welch posted the cryptic message on her Instagram Stories (via Twitter): “There’s always more to the story…”
Will we ever know what is “more” about the story? Well, Wilde told reporters via Entertainment Tonight, “As for all the endless tabloid gossip and noise out there, I mean, the internet feeds itself. I don’t feel the need to contribute. It is sufficiently well fed.” That sounds like a no to us.