So, that begs the question… is there trouble brewing in their paradise?
The couple has really kept their relationship out of the public eye, except for a few paparazzi photos here and there.
Harry & Olivia Continue To Avoid One Another
During the Venice Film Festival, the couple made sure to stand AT LEAST one person apart from one another in their lineup of co-stars.
They hardly interacted on the red carpet and it seems they’re bringing that same energy to NYC, except this time they pulled a sneak-attack interaction.
Florence Pugh & Chris Pine Skip NYC Premiere Of ‘DWD’
The premiere for ‘DWD’ was held on Monday, September 19, in New York and the entire cast except for Chris Pine and Florence Pugh showed up.
Nick Kroll, Gemma Chan, Sydney Chandler, Douglas Smith, Asif Ali, Dita Von Teese, Kater Berlant and screenwriter Katie Silberman joined Styles and Wilde on the carpet.
There’s been drama behind-the-scenes between Pugh and Wilde, and Styles was accused of spitting on Pine at the VFF.
Styles and Wilde kept their distance from one another while walking the red carpet at AMC Lincoln Square Theater.
The couple had a very brief moment of interaction on the carpet, and they sat on opposite sides of the panel during the Q&A session.
The Q&A portion was streamed to IMAX movie theaters around the country.
The reason for Pugh’s absence is due to her “Dune 2” filming schedule. She along with Pine pre-recorded a message to fans explaining why they weren’t there.
Pugh & Pine Share Video Recorded Message To Fans
“Even though I’m working halfway around the world,” Pugh said about filming “Dune 2,” with Pine adding, “and I’m all the way in Los Angeles in production myself.”
Pugh continued, “We did not want to miss this opportunity to thank you for coming to experience ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ in IMAX.”
Wilde directs and stars in the phycological thriller which premieres in theaters September 23rd.
There has been a TON of drama surrounding the film from beef between cast members to Shia LaBeouf publicly calling Wilde out for lying.
Last month, the actress-turned-director told Variety why she decided to fire LaBeouf from the film.
“I say this as someone who is such an admirer of his work. His process was not conducive to the ethos that I demand in my productions. He has a process that, in some ways, seems to require a combative energy, and I don’t personally believe that is conducive to the best performances,” Wilde explained. “I believe that creating a safe, trusting environment is the best way to get people to do their best work. Ultimately, my responsibility is to the production and to the cast to protect them. That was my job.”
Olivia Claims She Fired Him, Shia Claims He Quit
Not long after Variety published this interview, the “Honey Boy” actor shot down Wilde’s claims.
LaBeouf claims HE QUIT the film, not the other way around.
He also shared two emails he sent Wilde on August 24th and 25th outlining his disapproval.
LaBeouf wrote, “You and I both know the reasons for my exit. I quit your film because your actors and I couldn’t find time to rehearse.”
However, Wilde is staying true to her word and insisted SHE was the one who let him go.
“My responsibility was towards her [Florence Pugh]. I’m like a mother wolf. Making the call was tricky, but in a way he understood. I don’t think it would’ve been a process he enjoyed,” she said. “He comes at his work with an intensity that can be combative. It wasn’t the ethos that I demand in my productions. I want him to get well and to evolve because I think it’s a great loss to the film industry when someone that talented is unable to work.”
LaBeouf simply responded to her claims, “It is what it is.”