VENICE, INDIA —"Don't Worry, Darling," starring Olivia Wilde, had its world premiere on Monday night at the Venice International Film Festival.

Before the movie started, hundreds of screaming Harry Styles fans crowded the edges of the red carpet to see him.

The Timothée Chalamet craze we saw on Friday was nothing compared to how well he was received. Star Florence Pugh also made a movie star entrance on the Lido.

She wore a sparkly, off-the-shoulder Valentino dress and, like styles, stopped to talk to fans as she walked down the carpet.

When the premiere was over, the audience stood up and gave "Don't Worry, Darling" a five-minute standing ovation.

Styles was seen on the balcony hugging his co-star, Nick Kroll. But the movie's opening day didn't stop people from being interested in the movie and its stars.

Some people in the theatre even paid attention to who was sitting next to whom. Many people paid close attention to the film's press conference earlier in the day,

hoping that reports of tension with Pugh behind the scenes would be addressed or explained.

Before the premiere, Wilde said she didn't want to add to "the noise" and "the never-ending tabloid gossip."

"The internet feeds itself," Wilde said. "I don't think I need to add anything because I think it's already pretty full."

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