Olivia Wilde certainly doesn’t look worried, sweetheart.
The director was seen smiling as she landed in Italy for the upcoming premiere of her new film, ‘Don’t Worry Darling,’ at the Venice Film Festival – despite the ongoing drama that has been making headlines for decades. weeks.
Her boyfriend Harry Styles – who stars alongside Florence Pugh in the psycho-thriller – was also pictured on Sunday, although it appears they arrived separately.
Wilde, 38, stunned in a cream blazer and matching trousers, which she tucked into a pair of black cowboy boots. She completed the look with a pair of dark shades and her highlighted tresses styled in loose waves.
Meanwhile, Styles, 28, looked chic in a purple Gucci blazer, green sweater vest and light blue jeans.
The former One Direction idol accessorized with white sneakers, oversized brown shades and three animal print bags.
The film’s leading lady, Pugh, 26, arrived in a private jet ahead of Monday’s red carpet. However, she would skip the press conference.
Representatives for the festival says Variety she will join Wilde, Styles, Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, Kiki Layne and Nick Kroll at the premiere, but will not participate in any interviews with them.
The event comes a week after the release of a video of Wilde referring to Pugh as “Miss Flo” while asking Shia LaBeouf – whom she originally cast as Styles – to return to the film.
“I think this might be a bit of a wake-up call for Miss Flo, and I want to know if you’re ready to give it a shot with me, with us,” she said in the leaked videohinting at a rift between the embattled actor and the film’s lead actress.
“If she really commits, if she really puts her mind and heart into it at this point, and if you can make peace – and I respect your point of view, I respect hers – but if you can do that, what are you doing ? you think?”
Wilde before says Variety that LaBeouf, 36, was allegedly kicked out of the project and replaced by her boyfriend to protect the other cast members from her “fighting energy.”
LaBeouf, who was accused of abuse in 2021 and has since sought treatment, denied Wilde’s claims, saying he actually quit the movie.
“There was never a layoff, Olivia,” LaBeouf said in a statement to Variety.
“And while I fully understand the appeal of pushing this story because of the current social landscape, the social currency that brings. That’s not the truth.
Pugh has yet to publicly address the latest drama involving LaBeouf and the film, which hits theaters Sept. 23.