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Florence Pugh Mega Trolls Olivia Wilde in the Sweetest Revenge Story Ever, Thanks Venice for Everything But Doesn’t At All Mention ‘Don’t Worry Darling’

Florence Pugh Mega Trolls Olivia Wilde

Florence Pugh’s vengeance against director Olivia Wilde’s antics on the set of Don’t Worry Darling continues after her recent appearance in Venice, where she had the opportunity to promote the movie. The feud between Wilde and Pugh has seemed to be ongoing for quite a while, with the Midsommar actress refusing to talk about the movie at all.

During her latest public appearance at the screening of Don’t Worry Darling in Venice on September 5, Pugh gave her appreciation for everything and everyone for the dress and jewels she wore, and her grandmother who came with her as a guest at the event. This makes the whole feud between her and Wilde more hilarious, just by snubbing the movie at its own premiere.

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A still from the movie

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No Love For The Movie By Florence Pugh

Florence Pugh’s appreciation posts for the Venice screening of Don’t Worry Darling, for everything but the movie itself, is a reminder of how she is just completely hell-bent on taking the beef between her and Olivia Wilde further down the line.

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A still from the movie

The actress took to Instagram to post all about the Venice screening of Wilde’s new thriller movie, and not once in any of them did she talk about what her visit to the event was for, the movie. Here’s the link to the first post, second post, third post, fourth post, and fifth post from her Instagram.

As you may have noticed, there’s not a single mention of Don’t Worry Darling on there, which speaks volumes about the contempt she holds for Wilde and her movie.

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For the unversed, they’re not meeting eye-to-eye anymore because Wilde was caught speaking about wanting to keep Shia LaBeouf, who was accused of alleged abuse and sexual battery against former partner FKA Twigs, on the set of the movie.

In a released video, Wilde could be seen talking not-so-good things about Pugh, and subsequently telling LaBeouf, who Pugh did not want on set, to reconsider filming for the movie again.

It’s a really wild video from the director of the movie, who did exactly the opposite of what she said she would do when talking about “defending” Pugh on the set from LaBeouf who she dismissed.

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Florence Pugh Won’t Be At The NY Premiere For DWD

The tea just gets better and better about the feud between Olivia Wilde and Florence Pugh‘s silent behavior against acknowledging Wilde’s new movie, in which she plays a central role.

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Pugh at the Venice premiere of Don’t Worry Darling

To add to the news about their beef, it has been revealed by two insiders that Pugh will not be present at the red carpet premiere for Don’t Worry Darling in New York in mid-September.

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This comes despite Pugh’s appearance at the Venice screening of the movie, but at least she’s at one of the premiere events. Pugh and Wilde will have to sort it out sooner or later because if DWD goes big and claims the approval of critics, the ensuing awards acceptance speeches will be awkward to the highest level.

Don’t Worry Darling comes out in theaters on 23 September 2022.

Source: Daily Mail

Written by Sang Tonsing

Sang is working as a content writer for FandomWire. He has written over 100 articles for the entertainment website by reporting on the latest news in the pop culture industry- whether it be on the latest Marvel flick or a groundbreaking DC update. He has previously worked for LeftOye as a content writer too, working on over 150 articles. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Political Science at Delhi University