The awkwardness continues for Olivia Wilde, Harry Kinds, and Florence Pugh amid the Don’t Fear Darling press run and publicity interval…
In keeping with media stories breaking this weekend, it seems Pugh will NOT be in attendance on the press convention for the Venice Worldwide Movie Competition opener. We’ve been protecting the chance that she’d skip out on the press junket over the previous few days. However based on Selection, that’s now a foregone conclusion, seemingly serving to solidify the rumored rift between her, Kinds, and Wilde.
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The leisure information outlet reported on Sunday morning that Pugh won’t be on the press convention to assist promote the film on Monday. Nevertheless, the outlet claims she will stroll the pink carpet there all the identical. Nonetheless, it’s positively a significant alteration to the schedule amid rumors Pugh is supposedly on dangerous phrases with co-star and director Wilde.
In keeping with Individuals, insiders are additionally suggesting a particular cause for Pugh’s absence from the press convention: it supposedly conflicts along with her work on Dune: Half Two. The magazine stories Pugh goes to be flying into Venice this weekend from the set of the Dune sequel, and gained’t be touchdown till after the press convention.
Looks as if she may have perhaps gotten a distinct flight and made it to Venice in time if she actually wished to?! Possibly?? Simply questioning?!
As for Kinds, he did present in Venice, based on TMZ. He got here to the competition separate from Wilde, although, so the pair isn’t fairly placing out a completely united entrance in that regard — a minimum of not at this level within the weekend. (You’ll be able to see new snaps from their respective arrivals and walk-outs HERE.)
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After all, Wilde and Pugh have been the main focus of rumors a couple of supposed rift following filming for Don’t Fear Darling for a while now. The 38-year-old director beforehand slammed these suppositions in a chat with Selection. On the time, Olivia acknowledged “tabloid media is a device to pit girls towards each other and to disgrace them,” and added:
“There was loads on the market that I largely don’t take note of. However the absurdity of invented clickbait and subsequent response relating to a nonexistent pay disparity between our lead and supporting actors actually upset me. I’m a girl who has been on this enterprise for over 20 years, and it’s one thing that I’ve fought for myself and others, particularly being a director. There’s completely no validity to these claims.”
Soooooo yeah. Guess we’ll see what occurs on the press convention and on the pink carpet!!
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