Olivia Wilde does not seem concerned, sweetheart. Despite the continuing turmoil that has been making headlines for weeks, the filmmaker was spotted smiling as she touched down in Italy for the forthcoming premiere of her new film, “Don’t Worry Darling,” at the Venice Film Festival.
Her boyfriend, Harry Styles, who co-stars in the psycho-thriller with Florence Pugh, was also pictured on Sunday, but it seems they came separately.
Wilde, 38, looked stunning in a cream jacket and matching pants, which she tucked into black cowboy boots. She finished the outfit with black sunglasses and her highlighted tresses done in loose waves.
Styles, 28, wore a purple Gucci jacket, a green sweater vest, and light wash blue trousers.
The former One Direction star wore white shoes, oversized brown sunglasses, and three animal print bags.
Pugh, the film’s leading actress, arrived on a private plane ahead of Monday’s red carpet. She will, however, apparently miss the press conference.
Variety reports that she will attend the premiere alongside Wilde, Styles, Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, Kiki Layne, and Nick Kroll but will not participate in any interviews with them.
Here you can check out some pictures of Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles from Venice.
The event comes only a week after a video showing Wilde referring to Pugh as “Miss Flo” and requesting Shia LaBeouf, initially set in Styles’ part, to return to the film.
“I believe this could be a wake-up call for Miss Flo, and I’d want to know if you’re open to giving this a go with me, with us,” she says in the leaked video, implying a rift between the beleaguered actor and the film’s leading actress.
“What do you think if she truly commits, if she puts her mind and heart into it at this point, and if you guys can make peace — and I respect your point of view, I respect her point of view — but if you guys can do it?”
LaBeouf, 36, was supposedly booted from the project and replaced by her now-boyfriend to keep other cast members “safe” from his “combative vibe,” according to Wilde.
LaBeouf, accused of abuse in 2021 and has since sought treatment, has refuted Wilde’s claims, stating that he departed the film.
“Firing me never happened, Olivia,” LaBeouf said in a Variety statement.
“And, although I completely see the appeal of promoting that narrative given the present social context and the social currency it provides. It is not the case.”
Pugh has yet to address the current drama surrounding LaBeouf and the picture, which opens in cinemas on September 23.
About Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde, an actress, and activist is a modern-day renaissance woman. She has starred in several critically acclaimed film productions while actively participating in charitable and political causes.
Her appearances as Alex Kelly in The O.C. (2003) from 2004-2005 and as Dr. Remy “Thirteen” Hadley in the medical-drama television series House (2004), in which she joined the cast of in 2007 and appeared until the series ended in 2012, have made Wilde a household name.