Many issues surround Olivia Wilde, and her film “Don’t Worry Darling” is no exception.
Harry Styles’ girlfriend recently made the internet’s hat list, not just because of her famous pop star boyfriend.
“Don’t Worry, Darling” has been dogged by controversy, with a video of Wilde pleading with Shia LaBeouf not to leave the film going viral.
Shia LaBeouf was originally cast as Jack, Alice’s husband, who is played by Florence Pugh in “Don’t Worry Darling.”
Wilde, on the other hand, claimed he fired the Nickelodeon star so she could protect Pugh, who felt uneasy around him due to the number of abuse allegations leveled against him.
Variety asked Wilde why he dismissed LaBeouf, and she answered:
“I say this as someone who is such a fan of his work: His method was not conducive to the ethos that I require in my films. I knew I was going to ask Florence to be in really sensitive circumstances, and my objective was to make her feel comfortable and supported.”
Variety asked Wilde why he dismissed LaBeouf. On the other hand, a video of Wilde pleading with LaBeouf to stay in the film went viral, and she even chastised Pugh for not cooperating.
Florence Pugh reportedly had a falling out with her director Olivia Wilde and is doing nothing to promote the film.
Olivia Wilde is on the verge of yet another public appearance for all the wrong reasons.
Social media users were outraged at the actress-turned-treatment director’s of Florence Pugh.
According to one Twitter user, Wilde is the type of lady who makes other women in Hollywood look bad.
“How f—– messy is she? She hired Shia. She f—– an actor in her film. Florence Pugh isn’t going to do PR since [Wilde] threw his female co-star under the bus?”
Olivia Wilde has also been dubbed a “fake feminist.”
Another user called out Wilde in a tweet after she said Pugh deserved a “wake up call” because she didn’t want to work opposite someone known to be an abuser. When Wilde’s deception was revealed, she attempted to defend an accused abuser, likely infuriating even more people.
“She urged an ABUSER to stay as her male lead, an ABUSER who made her female lead and the movie’s lead uncomfortable, and you sought to entice the ABUSER back by blaming your female lead.”
“Olivia Wilde is simply another Amber Heard being exposed after lying and twisting the story to boost her career.”