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I commenti passati di Florence Pugh su Olivia Wilde prendono nuova vita tra voci di faida

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Il tour stampa “Don’t Worry Darling” è il regalo che continua a fare, soprattutto se sei il tipo di persona che ama il dramma delle celebrità a basso rischio (che, in caso contrario, perché sei qui?). Attualmente, il ipotetico la faida tra la regista del film, Olivia “No A**holes On Set” Wilde, e la sua star, Florence “Miss Flo” Pugh, non accenna a fermarsi, il che è particolarmente interessante quando si guarda indietro ad alcune delle cose Pugh aveva da dire su di lei ipotetico attuale nemesi prima che lavorassero insieme.

As it stands, Pugh has been called out for doing the bare minimum to promote the movie, showing up late to the Venice Film Festival press conference, and avoiding all eye contact with her director at the movie’s official premiere. At the same time, Pugh’s stylist posted to Instagram with the caption “Miss Flo,” which is a reference to Wilde’s pejorative description of her caught on video, and Variety now reports that Pugh will not be attending the New York premiere of “Don’t Worry Darling.”

But it wasn’t always this way.

Florence Pugh once gushed over Olivia Wilde

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Way before Florence Pugh was the star of Olivia Wilde’s “Don’t Worry Darling,” she was fawning over the director’s work in a Variety “Actors on Actors” interview with Beanie Feldstein (who’s going through a bit of a public feud of her own, by the way). “What was it like to work with Olivia Wilde? Because I am totally in love with her,” Pugh asks Feldstein in the clip, which has gotten renewed life on social media in the wake of the drama. Feldstein, who worked with Wilde on “Booksmart,” says she and Pugh would be “so drawn to each other” because they’re both risk takers in real life and on-camera.

You know how they say that people with similar personalities sometimes tend to butt heads? Maybe that’s what we’re seeing here.

For what it’s worth, Wilde has so far dodged questions about her supposed beef with Miss Flo. At the Venice Film Festival, per People, Wilde only said, “I can’t say enough how honored I am to have her [Pugh] as our lead. She’s amazing in the film.”

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