Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde were at odds with one another on the set of the film “Don’t Worry Darling”

Florence Pugh is a new up and coming actress. She is known for her movie role as Amy (Amelia) March on the film named Little Women and as Yelena Belova in the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) movies.

Florence is the leading lady in a new movie that was released today. The movie is named, “Don’t Worry Darling.” The film is a dark-topia movie that is set in a “Stepford Wives” type-of-society.

Ever since news of the movie spread, rumors fly about Florence’s relationship with the director of “Don’t Worry Darling.” Olivia Wilde is the director of the movie. Florence and Wilde are known to have a contentious relationship with one another since doing the film.

Rumors say that Florence and Wilde entered a screaming match with one another on the set of the film. Florence hated Wilde’s directing style. It is said that Florence criticized Wilde for never being on the set when she was supposed to be like the other actors in the movie.

“Florence would give input on how she thought the next scene should be shot when Olivia wasn’t there. She was like, ‘I’m directing this movie more than you are!’” said a journalist who has written about the two’s relationship on the set.

It is also said that Wilde forbid the actors from going out on the town because the actors needed to live a secluded life like the characters that the actors were playing in the film. However, allegedly Wilde felt free to go to a highly publicized wedding with her boyfriend despite her demands. Her boyfriend is the singer and the actor named Harry Styles. Styles is in the movie “Don’t Worry Darling” as the husband of Florence’s on-screen character.

Florence was allegedly furious that Wilde felt free to do as she wished when those in the film were strongly discouraged from going out. “The ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ crew was extremely pissed when Olivia was photographed with Harry at that wedding in January 2021 because she frequently gave them ‘lectures’: ‘‘Don’t be stupid. You’re fucking up our movie. Don’t go to parties. Don’t congregate,'” said a journalist about Wilde.

“Don’t Worry Darling” was released today. Check-it-out in theaters now.

Always and forever,
Summer Parker

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