“Don’t Worry Darling” Star Florence Pughe took to instagram To write an emotional tribute to her on the film’s release date, as well as to share a bunch of pictures from behind the scenes of the shoot, including one with the director Olivia Wilde,
“It’s here.. and ready to watch,” Pugh wrote. “@dontworrydarling is in theaters! We met a lot of talented people, visited some crazy places, worked hard in the dust of the desert and looked good doing it. (Thanks to @hebathermakeup and @jaimeleigh.hair and @ariannephillips).
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“Thanks to everyone who has bought tickets and who have already seen it – whenever I watch moments of a massively impressive film on the big screen I always remind myself that there is a bounce a few inches off the frame. What I see. Or there are marks on the floor just below the waist of the actors. It’s crazy to think that it takes a huge chunk of a day to execute each set up and scene, and on.. to execute There was so much to do!
“Explosions, car chases, cocktail balancing, underwater scenes, running, drinking, running more..
The film was such an epic tale to shoot on such a large scale, during the peak Covid times. For this I will always be grateful. To all of you who helped make this, your dedication and love is seen daily – thank you.
“With that, here are some pics I’ve taken from the moment. There’s more to come! #dontwerrydarling.”
Despite rumors of Pugh and Wilde feuding on the set of “Darling”, the latter denied any friction between them. Diversity cover story,
“We were all brought up so close to the bubble of production,” said Wilde, as she praised Pugh and [co-star Harry] Styles as acting partner. “She was really a big supporter of him as a new person to a film set. And he was such a big supporter of hers, who understood, it was his film.”
“Don’t Worry Darling” earned $3.1 million At the box office from Thursday Night Preview.
See Pugh’s full post below, which he soon followed up with another bunch of photos.
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