Olivia Wilde slams the rumors over her feud with Florence Pugh
Olivia Wilde is clearing the air over the growing rumors of her alleged feud with Florence Pugh.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Olivia Wilde ends rumored feud with Florence Pugh
Olivia Wilde recently sat down with Variety magazine. During the interview, the director addressed all the ongoing rumors about her upcoming film Don’t Worry Darling.
Most recently, there has been speculation suggesting that there could be animosity between Wilde and Don’t Worry Darling actress Florence Pugh.
According to reports, Pugh is unhappy with Wilde’s relationship with Harry Styles, who also stars in the film.
However, Wilde clarified the platform, sharing, “We were all brought so close by the production bubble.”
She added: “She was really a big supporter of him as someone who was newer to the film scene. And he was a big supporter of it because someone who understood it was her film.”
The House alum went on to mention that she wanted Pugh to star in her upcoming second feature film.
Wilde was reportedly impressed with Pugh’s performance in the 2019 horror film Midsommar.
The 38-year-old actress shared: “I was blown away by her.”
She noted, “I loved the movie, but I loved her. I was like, “Well, she’s special.” She is clearly the most exciting young actress out there.”’
More on Olivia Wilde and Florence Pugh’s alleged feud
Rumors began to emerge when a TikTok user commented in a video that Florence Pugh does not promote, “Don’t worry, darling” on his social networks, like her colleagues.
Moreover, Pugh did not write about the film even when the second trailer was released on July 21. She did, however, record details of her upcoming project with Christopher Nolan for the film Oppenheimer.
In addition, the article said that Harry Styles was allegedly paid three times the salary of the actress Lady Macbeth in the film.
During the interview, Wilde stated, “There was a lot that I largely don’t pay attention to. But the absurdity of the invented clickbait and the backlash about the non-existent pay disparity between our leading and supporting actors really pissed me off.”
She then went on to say: ‘I’m a woman who has been in this business for over 20 years and it’s something I’ve fought for myself and for others, especially as a director. There is absolutely no validity to these claims.”
for more articles visit:TermBeamer and if you have any complain or suggest feel from to use our contact us page.