Olivia Wilde, Florence Pugh ‘Screaming Match’ Rattled ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Set: Report

Actor and director Olivia Wilde’s newest movie, “Don’t Worry Darling,” was reportedly plagued with a “blowout argument” on the set.

Actor Florence Pugh was allegedly not pleased with Wilde, who stars as Bunny in her personal movie, for reportedly disappearing from the set along with her now-partner, Harry Kinds, a supply acquainted with occasions on the set informed Vulture on Friday.

The behavior was reportedly sufficient to spark a “screaming match” between Pugh and Wilde in January 2021, the information website reported.

The film was about 75% of the way in which by filming when the argument between Pugh and Wilde allegedly befell.

The lead-up to the discharge of “Don’t Worry Darling” on Friday has been embroiled in drama.

This contains, however isn’t restricted to, the debunked “spitgate” scandal between actors Harry Kinds and Chris Pine, Wilde’s remarks that she fired Shia LaBeouf for allegedly having “combative energy,” Pugh’s lack of promotion work for the film and Wilde’s ex Jason Sudeikis serving her authorized papers throughout a presentation concerning the movie.

The supply additionally detailed to Vulture that “the acrimony [between Pugh and Wilde] allegedly reached all the way to the top of the studio totem pole after production wrapped.”

Former Warner Bros. chairman Toby Emmerich was “forced to play referee in a ‘long negotiation process’” that aimed to maintain Pugh selling the film “in any way.”

An government informed Vulture that Warner Bros. hasn’t been joyful along with her “Don’t Worry Darling” promo efforts.

“Olivia is either a mad genius who figured out a way to make people more aware of the movie in a way that just drives up the box office,” a unique supply informed Vulture, “or she doesn’t have any self-awareness that she is fucking up her movie.”

Warner Bros., in a press release to Vulture, responded to the report by praising Wilde and claiming that “any suggestion of conflict between the studio and [Wilde] is simply not true.”