Don’t Worry Darling cinematographer denies rumours of ‘tension’

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Don’t Fear Darling cinematographer Matthew Libatique has denied the continuing rumours about drama behind-the-scenes.

Don’t Fear Darling has been on the centre of hypothesis after it was reported that Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde clashed behind-the-scenes.

The hearsay mill cranked up a notch when it was revealed that the Marvel star had restricted her promotion of the movie, resulting from her Dune 2 filming commitments.

Issues took one other flip after followers had been satisfied Harry Types spit at Chris Pine through the movie’s premiere, though this was later denied by reps.

However now, amid all of the rumours, Libatique has cleared up something really happening and put the gossip to mattress.

‘I’ve to say this was most likely probably the most harmonious set I’ve ever been on,’ he revealed on The Hollywood Reporter’s Behind the Display screen podcast.

There have been quite a lot of rumours… (Image: Getty)
The drama has surrounde rumours of behind-the-scenes clashes between Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde (Image: WireImage)

He continued: ‘Olivia constructed a group that believed in her and she or he believed in every and everyone on the set.

‘Once I hear that there are rumours of acrimony on the set, I simply reject it. It wasn’t obvious in any respect to be trustworthy.’

He added that if something did occur, it was ‘method after’ he left and ‘began doing one thing else’, saying: ‘I used to be by no means witness to something and I didn’t really feel something. You understand, you get a sense that there may be one thing happening, and I didn’t really feel something.’

Libatique added: ‘From my standpoint the tales are utterly unfaithful relating to being on set, I can’t communicate for post-production in any respect.’

Wilde’s movie premiered at Venice Movie Competition (Image: Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Photographs)
Harry formally didn’t spit on Chris, okay? (Image: Getty)

‘It was actually probably the most harmonious set I’ve ever been on,’ he repeated.

This comes after Pugh lastly spoke out about all of the gossip, as she shared a string of images from Venice Movie Competition on social media, however made certain to keep away from any of the hypothesis that the thriller has been marred by.

‘I’m nonetheless taking all of it in! Qwoaaar. What a second this was? An enormous congratulations to everybody standing on that carpet,’ she started. ‘We premiered in Venice! An enormous great win in itself.

‘I’d by no means been to Venice Movie Competition earlier than.. It was mega! The crowds! The cheers! The power was unimaginable.

Florence actually stole the present on the pink carpet (Image: WireImage)
Chris Pine continues to be the most effective cheerleader (Image: WireImage)

‘And to all of the forged and crew who helped to make this film, thanks for your whole onerous work. We genuinely wouldn’t have been there with out your expertise and we recognize it vastly.’

Though she tagged the remainder of her castmates, together with Wilde, and the official movie account, she saved a private shout-out for Chris.

‘I additionally simply can’t assist however put up how bloody cute and hilarious Chris Pine is for being the no.1 photographer, getting down on white pressed trousered knees for angles.’ she added.

‘Now that’s dedication. Love you Chrissy. #dontworrydarling #venicefilmfestival.’

Olivia Wilde refused to ‘contribute’ to the ‘gossip and noise’ surrounding the discharge (Image: Rex)

After Pugh was notably absent from the movie’s press convention, Wilde tried to quash any conflict claims.

‘Florence is a power; we’re so grateful she is ready to make it tonight [to the premiere] regardless of being in manufacturing,’ she mentioned.

‘As for all of the limitless tabloid gossip and noise on the market, the web feeds itself. I don’t really feel I must contribute to it.

‘It’s sufficiently well-nourished.’

Don’t Fear Darling hits cinemas on September 23.

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