Spoilers ahead. Don’t Worry Darling is the latest in a long continuation of movies that discuss female catharsis and misogyny but fails to acknowledge racism and quickly falls apart when attempting to critique patriarchy. Olivia Wilde’s sophomore film has had a rocky history from production to its eventual release last week on the 23rd September. Early on, the film suffered from production halts due to Covid and a change-up in the leading man (Harry Styles replaced Shia Labeouf). Alongside this,
Olivia Wilde's thriller starring Harry Styles and Florence Pugh has moments that probably weren't supposed to be funny, but made audiences laugh.
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*Warning: Major spoilers ahead* Over the past few months, the Olivia Wilde-directed drama Don't Worry Darling grabbed headlines due to rumors of discontent on set, pay discrepancies between lead actors and then of course, spitgate, making it one of the most buzzy movies of the year before it even hit theaters. Not to mention, anticipation was already high due to the fact that this was Wilde's second directorial feature after her smash 2019 comedy Booksmart. Plus, it was her first project since s
Harry Styles' "As It Was" secured a 15th week atop the Billboard Hot 100 right as his movie "Don't Worry Darling" debuted at No. 1 at the box office.
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