On Monday, the highly anticipated film Don’t Worry Darling premiered on the Venice Film festival in Italy. The director Olivia Wilde and the film’s star Harry Styles each walked the red carpet. They appeared in front of photographers individually and in group photos fairly than walking side-by-side, though they’ve been dating for the higher a part of a 12 months.
Wilde wore a surprising yellow-green gown, with a neckline that plunged nearly to her belly button. The waist was cinched in with silver details that prolonged in links over the hips of the skirt, which trained behind her on the red carpet and was finished in flounces of the identical material. She wore a diamond encrusted necklace that mirrored the dress’s pattern and left her long honey brown hair down over her shoulders. She paired it with open toe heeled sandals.
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Styles appeared in a royal blue jacket with high shoulders and boxy tailoring around his torso. His slacks were loose fitting in a rather darker hue. Under the jacket, he wore a lightweight blue shirt with exaggerated lapels that got here down in long points over his suit. He wore the look with white leather shoes and oversized sunglasses.
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Earlier within the day, Wilde spoke on the film’s press conference, addressing alleged conflict between herself and the film’s other protagonist, Florence Pugh. Rumors have swirled concerning the production when it was announced that Pugh wouldn’t be attending the photocall or the press conference, that are standard appearances for many film premieres. The actress has been filming Dune Part 2 in Budapest and arrived late within the afternoon in Venice. She is predicted to return to set on Tuesday morning.
Wilde addressed Pugh’s absence on the conference, saying, “Florence is a force; we’re so grateful she is in a position to make it tonight [to the premiere] despite being in production… As for all of the infinite tabloid gossip and noise on the market, the web feeds itself. I don’t feel I would like to contribute to it. It’s sufficiently well-nourished.”
Styles made a brief comment on the matter as well, explaining the influence social media has on productions by saying, “There’s quite a lot of negative sides, they’re pretty obvious for anyone to see. But it surely’s all the time necessary to recollect there are positive things happening on this planet due to it as well.”
He went on to debate the difference between his profession as a musician and his move into acting.
“Music and acting are opposite in quite a lot of ways,” said Styles. “Making music is a extremely personal thing and there are features of acting where you’re drawing from experience, but for essentially the most part pretending to play another person. That’s what I find essentially the most fun about it. What I like about acting is I feel like I don’t know what I’m doing.”
Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at ELLE.com. Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and more. Her first book, The Lonely Hunter, can be released by Dial Press in February 2022.