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Olivia Wilde, Florence Pugh got into screaming match on set

Florence Pugh, Olivia Wilde

Florence Pugh, Olivia Wilde
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After long swirling rumours about the conflict between Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde on the set of don’t worry babyA messy anonymous source from the film’s production has come forward to confirm that the two did indeed have a “screaming match” during filming.

Speak with Vulture, the source says the altercation took place in January 2021, when filming was nearing completion. Tired of Wilde’s tendency to disappear with colleagues DWD star Harry StylesThe 26-year-old actor and the 38-year-old director broke into a very public “screaming contest” on set.

From there, it’s been reported that top studio executives like Toby Emmerich had to step in, refereeing a “long negotiation process” to keep Pugh willing to promote the film at least. In the months leading up to the film’s release, she’s done just that, with a singular, short performing at the Venice Film Festival earlier this month. Aside from attending the film’s world premiere, Pugh has stayed out of sight and away from recording equipment.

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Sometimes nothing works better for promotion than standout headlines (like this one) with one of the most talked-about Hollywood actors and one of the world’s biggest pop stars. However, it seems that Warner Bros. would have preferred a drama-free rollout for the film, as an anonymous director says the company is “ultimately unhappy” with Wilde’s promotion (particularly with the director’s way the Shia LaBeouf news).

“Olivia is either an insane genius who has come up with a way to make people more aware of the movie in a way that will only drive up the box office,” says a source, “or she doesn’t have any self-consciousness that she is. She’s ruining her movie. .”

Of don’t worry baby Making its nationwide theater debut today, the drama surrounding the film will soon be in the rearview mirror—that is, until Miss Flo decides to put it on paper in her memoir.

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