Excitement rises as Olivia Wilde's
Olivia Wilde's "Don't Worry, Darling" will have its world premiere on the Lido on Monday night. This is a big deal at the Venice Film Festival, where people are excited to see it.
People are excited about the movie itself, which is a psychological thriller set in the 1950s and stars Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, and Chris Pine.
There's also the arrival of Styles, whose out-of-this-world fame and fanbase may make the Timothee Chalamet craze from Friday seem almost quaint.
But it seems like the press conference for the movie on Monday afternoon is what everyone is most excited about. Behind-the-scenes drama rarely goes
beyond industry gossip, but the question of what happened during the making of "Don't Worry, Darling" has become a global source of intrigue.
On TikTok and Twitter, rumours have been going around for a while about Shia LaBeouf leaving the movie early and Pugh's social media accounts giving the impression that
people don't like the project. When the paparazzi found out that Wilde was dating Styles outside of work, she also became a regular in the tabloids
Then there was the time at CinemaCon when Wilde's ex, Jason Sudeikis
gave her custody papers while she was talking about her new movie in front of thousands of industry professionals and theatre owners.