“Don’t worry darling” the two are in love.
Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde appeared to be celebrating the release of their movie Don’t Worry Darling with Mexican food on Friday, according to photos. Obtained from TMZ.
The low-key couple kept things casual on a dinner date in Bedford, New York, with the “Late Night Talking” singer donning an Adidas tracksuit and the actress opting for a simple white t-shirt and jeans.
According to an insider who reportedly spent “a good deal of time” on the set of the film, Wilde and lead actress Florence Pugh There was a ‘blown argument’ Filming a psychological thriller.
‘Little Women’ actress supposedly unhappy with Wilde’s ‘frequent and unexplained absences’ She and Styles started dating.
‘Olivia and Harry will just disappear,’ source said Vulture on Pugh’s frustrations leading up to the fight in January 2021.
Fans had a rift between the two actresses when the ‘Midsommar’ star failed to post promotional content for the movie or like Wilde’s posts in general. She just started promoting the film on Friday when it premiered.
Around the same time, Page Six broke the following news: Pugh wasn’t a fan of ‘Holivia’ Romance.
“I can tell you about the fact that Flo seeing Olivia and Harry on set didn’t work out because when Olivia and Harry first hooked up with Harry, Olivia was still with Jason. a source said in July.she turned from actress to director I said quit with Jason Sudeikis Filming.
A month after Shia LaBeouf refuted Wilde’s allegations, things took a turn for the worse. she dismissed him From “DWD” to protect Pugh.
But Wild has since double her claim, He told Stephen Colbert that LaBeouf gave her an “ultimatum” and she “chosen Florence.”
“Early in the process of making the film, as a director, I tried to mediate situations between people and see if they were happy to work together. said on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
“When it became clear that it wasn’t a long-lasting working relationship, I was hit with an ultimatum. I chose my own actress — I’m so happy I did.”
In fact, Warner Bros. executives Michael De Luca and Pam Abdi silenced speculation about the drama, telling Page Six in a statement Friday: I look forward to collaborating with her again.
“The studio is very grateful to Olivia for her constant support in bringing her vision to life from production to release. Any suggestion of conflict between the studio and Olivia is completely untrue.”
“Don’t Worry Darling” hits theaters Friday.