'Don't Worry Darling' premiere: Red carpet confusion: Harry Styles didn't want to stand next to Olivia Wilde

Dozens of films will be shown at the Venice festival, but one strip in particular has been making the headlines for days: the thriller "Don't Worry Darling".

'Don't Worry Darling' premiere: Red carpet confusion: Harry Styles didn't want to stand next to Olivia Wilde

Dozens of films will be shown at the Venice festival, but one strip in particular has been making the headlines for days: the thriller "Don't Worry Darling". The fact that there is so much discussion about Olivia Wilde's second directorial work is not primarily due to the gripping story, but rather to the disputes that are said to have taken place behind the scenes. The focus is on director Wilde, lead actress Florence Pugh and her male colleague Harry Styles. He only joined the cast after actor LaBeouf left the project shortly after filming began. Whether LaBeouf left voluntarily or was fired - there have also been conflicting reports about this in the past few days.

The fact that pop star Harry Styles and director Olivia Wilde fell in love during filming and are now a couple is said to have caused additional excitement among the colleagues on the set. At the premiere in Venice, the two therefore tried to draw as little attention as possible to themselves and instead to draw more attention to the film. They traveled to the press conference in separate boats, and film colleague Chris Pine always posed between them at photo shoots and in the cinema.

A short clip of the entire cast arriving on the red carpet went viral on Twitter. Harry Styles is asked to stand next to his girlfriend, Olivia Wilde, but declines. "Someone from Olivia's team asked Harry to take pictures with her or stand next to her but he said 'no'," read the comment on the post. In the end, the 28-year-old was caught between actresses Sydney Chandler and Gemma Chan, who have supporting roles in the film.

Leading actress Florence Pugh, who had previously canceled the press conference and thus caused further excitement, joined at the other end of the red carpet. The 26-year-old wore a black tulle dress by Valentino. On Instagram, her stylist shared pictures of the gown and captioned her post, "Miss Flo." Olivia Wilde Pugh missed this somewhat derogatory nickname in a video that Shia LaBeouf in turn gave to the US magazine "Variety" without the consent of the actress.

With so much hustle and bustle, the actual film almost becomes a minor matter. "Don't Worry Darling" will be in German cinemas on September 22nd.

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