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The fight continues. Olivia Wilde's revelation that will make Florence Pugh so angry

Their movie surely will have a lot of drama…

Olivia Wilde and Florence Pugh
Olivia Wilde and Florence Pugh

Sometimes the fights between Hollywood stars in real life are more entertaining and dramatic than the fights that happen in the films. Surely that is what is going to happen with the upcoming ‘Don’t Worry Darling', which promises to be a hit and contend for the Academy Awards but that definitely is being shadowed by all the conflicts that its director, Olivia Wilde, is having with a lot of celebrities and it does not seem like it will end any time soon.

Her relationship with the stars of the movie is certainly the origin of many of her problems, as she has been exposed as a liar by Shia LaBeouf, the original male lead. Wilde assured that she had fired Shia for the sake of the entire production but he has proven that actually he resigned, due to conflicts with the shooting pace. Olivia then replaced him with who is now her boyfriend, pop star Harry Styles, and rumors point to the fact that they did not have the most professional of conducts while on set.

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However, the biggest problem yet seems to be with her female lead, Florence Pugh. The star is not doing any promotion of the film and the reason seems to be the disagreements they had while filming and what has been shown at the trailer, regarding some particular intimate scenes…

Which Wilde wanted to show even more to be provocative

"There's a lot that had to be taken out of the trailer. The MPA [Motion Picture Association, Inc.] came down hard on me and the trailer at the last second and I had to cut some shots, which I was upset about because I thought they took it up another notch," the director explained, before adding:

“But of course we still live in a really puritanical society. I do think the lack of eroticism in American film is kind of new.”

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