Wilde was adamant that Styles did not spit on Pine, and said that people are just seeing “what they want to see” in the video of the alleged incident.
The "Don't Worry Darling" director raved about stars Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, despite reports of trouble on the set.
This week marks the start of festival season as the Venice Film Festival gets underway in Italy.
Jason Sudeikis accepted the Critic’s Choice Award for "Ted Lasso" after the series won best comedy series during the ceremony on Sunday night.
Production on New Line’s “Don’t Worry Darling,” the second film directed by Olivia Wilde, was temporarily halted on Wednesday after a crew member tested positive for COVID-19, an individual with knowledge of the matter told TheWrap.The positive result occurred as part of routine testing in compliance with industry rules for safe filming amid the ongoing pandemic that has killed more than 230,000 people.The identity of the affected crew member has not been disclosed, but the individual and everyone in the production with whom that person came in contact are self-quarantining, and the film will halt production for 14 days. The film will resume production after quarantine ends in compliance with industry protocols.Also Read: Harry Styles Replaces Shia LaBeouf in Olivia Wilde's 'Don't Worry Darling'According to Deadline, which first reported the news, among those quarantining are main cast members Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Chris Pine, KiKi Layne, Gemma Chan, Nick Kroll,and Wilde, who in addition to directing acts in a supporting role.“Don’t Worry Darling” is a psychological thriller taking place in the California in the 1950s. No release date has been set, and when and how it makes its way to audiences will, as with almost everything else, be determined by the pandemic. The script is written by Katie Silberman, Carey Van Dyke and Shane Van Dyke.Read original story Olivia Wilde’s ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Halts Production After Crew Member Tests Positive for COVID-19 At TheWrap
The British actor has won plaudits after he spoke out against racism in the wake of the death of George Floyd.
Florence Pugh, Shia LaBeouf and Chris Pine will star in "Don't Worry Darling," an upcoming feature film from director Olivia Wilde. Wilde will produce the movie, from New Line Cinema, and has a key supporting role, though sources say Pugh's character is the star. "Don't Worry Darling" is a psychological thriller set in an isolated, […]
Olivia Wilde posted a series of Twitter messages defending her role in Clint Eastwood’s increasingly controversial biopic Richard Jewell.
The controversy surrounding new Clint Eastwood movie Richard Jewell appears not to be going away, with traction for a boycott of the movie brewing online.
Olivia Wilde has had to defend herself in a backlash brewing over new movie Richard Jewell, directed by Hollywood icon Clint Eastwood.
Richard Jewell has already been criticised for suggesting that reporter Kathy Scruggs offered to trade sex for information.
Actress and director Olivia Wilde has responded to the cutting of a lesbian sex scene from her movie Booksmart by some airlines showing the movie.
Olivia Wilde is the executive producer of “Fear Us Women,” a documentary short that explores the woman-led ISIS military resistance in Syria through the eyes of one volunteer soldier, Canadian citizen Hanna Bohman.
In another eye-rolling case of Hollywood’s time-honoured ageism, Elizabeth Banks has revealed that she was deemed to be too old to play the role of Spider-Man’s girlfriend. Indeed, she is a whopping 16 months older than Maguire, a factor that was clearly a bridge too far. The role went instead to Kirsten Dunst, who being 20 at the time was more suited to doing the famous upside down kiss with Spidey.
Made to coincide with World Down Syndrome Day, which happens in March 21, it stars ‘House’s Olivia Wilde. As the film, directed by Reed Morano and created by CoorDown Onlus – (coordinator of Italian Associations of people with Down’s Syndrome) – ends, Wilde looks in the mirror as it emerges the subject is a woman with Down’s Syndrome.
Olivia Wilde, still best known for her role in ‘Tron: Legacy,’ has expressed her interest in taking on Marvel’s superheroine in the comic label-turned-studio’s first female-led solo film. Speaking to Cinema Blend, Wilde expresses her admiration for what Marvel has achieved (“I’m a big fan of superhero films, and I have so much respect for the Marvel Cinematic Universe”), and has hopes that their heroines can be developed in a similar fashion to their heroes.
Not all Hollywood actors are born with star-studded names, take a look at this lot who changed their mundane birth names in their quest for superstardom. To be fair, it worked. Really well.