Oppenheimer star Florence Pugh reveals Secrets about her Weight Lose, Casting Rumours & Separation on ‘TIME’ Interview

From TIME Magazine's Interview we have short-listed main points of Florence Pugh's uncensored talk.

Published: May 23rd, 2023 10:37 am | Updated: May 23, 2023 10:37 am

Oppenheimer Actress Florence Pugh has given an exclusive interview to TIME Magazine in which she reveals many details like, She was told to Lose Weight, she has also addressed the Casting Rumors on ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ and about her separation from Timothee Chalamet. In this article, we will discuss all the major points.

Recently Oppenheimer actress Florence Pugh was interviewed by ‘TIME’ as she was mentioned on the list of 2023’s Next Generation Leaders, highlighting 10 trendsetters and trailblazers. In the interview, she opened up about various things from both her personal and professional life.

In the opening, only she said about maintaining her image and her inner-self after all the fame.

Florence Pugh

In the answer of another dark question about transforming her body and when she was asked to lose weight, She said:

“The person I came back to was a female wrestler with muscles and big thighs who made her own name as a champion…I quite liked that because the last time I’d been there I was told I needed to lose weight—it was just so not the person I wanted to be.”

Florence Pugh

She also answered about her continuous appearances in Marvel Cinematic Universe Projects

“So many people in the indie film world were really pissed off at me. They were like, ‘Great, now she’s gone forever’…And I’m like, no, I’m working as hard as I used to work. I’ve always done back-to-back movies. It’s just people are watching them now. You just have to be a bit more organized with your schedule.”

Florence Pugh

Then came the most important question about her Casting rumours in ‘Don’t Worry Darling’, which was a psychological thriller by Olivia Wilde.

A whole film set, it’s everybody making a huge effort because they want to be there. And if someone doesn’t want to be there or if someone isn’t pulling their weight, you can feel it. The film feels wrong.’ I start to press for specifics and she—exceedingly politely—moves on to a related topic.

Florence Pugh

She said about working on Oppenheimer with Christopher Nolan and Denis Villeneuve that He has the utmost respect for every single person working on that set,’ she says of Nolan. And she calls Villeneuve a ‘bizarre, mad, creative genius’ for his ability to render the fantastical world of Dune onscreen.