Don’t Worry Darling, starring Olivia Wilde, will have its world premiere Monday night at the Venice International Film Festival, and the festival is teeming with excitement.
Warner Bros. Pictures, the parent company of CNN, is the one distributing “Don’t Worry Darling.” On September 23, the movie will make its theatre debut after having its Venice premiere on Monday night.
The movie itself, a mid-century-themed psychological thriller with a star-studded ensemble that includes Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, and Chris Pine, is what many people are most looking forward to. In addition, Styles will soon be seen, which might make Friday’s Timothée Chalamet craze appear positively antique compared to his otherworldly renown and fan base.
The movie has already generated discussion, making its Venice Film Festival debut on Monday. Headlines concerning persons connected to the project may have more impact on the movie than the actual movie.
Due to the A-list cast, the captivating trailer, and the rumored relationship between Wilde and Styles, there was already hype for the film.
The movie’s lead actress, Pugh, has stated that she would prefer media coverage to be more in-depth than just talking about the private moments she spends with Styles. Pugh will skip a press briefing earlier in the day owing to filming obligations for “Dune: Part Two,” but she is slated to attend the film’s Venice premiere festivities that evening.
Other headlines about actor Shia LaBeouf’s prior involvement with the project followed. The actor was first chosen to fill the position that ultimately went to Harry Styles.
On TikTok and Twitter, rumors regarding everything from Shia LaBeouf’s early exit from the movie to Pugh’s alleged lack of public support for the endeavor on her social media accounts have been brewing for some time.
The mystery of what really transpired during the production of “Don’t Worry Darling” has gained international attention. The press conference for the movie on Monday afternoon looks to be the event that is most eagerly anticipated. However, behind-the-scenes drama rarely goes beyond industry rumors.
The purpose of the press conference is to address any unanswered queries, bring the focus back to the movie, and perhaps even generate some more enthusiasm for its scheduled theatrical premiere on September 23.