Harry Styles was asked about the false QAnon conspiracy theories in a video, as seen below. ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ doesn’t need media publicity as the movie has got it through the trials and tribulations that have come with the film. The grapevine is filled with rumours of people fighting, spitting and talking irrationally to each other.
It’s strange that such rumours are being spread about Olivia Wilde’s movie. There were rumours that she wanted to sign someone else, but things were not in order. It’s more like he said, she said a situation where everything is off the charts and one doesn’t know whom to believe in such a situation.
There were rumours that the highly publicized drama is a result of friction between Wilde and Pugh that began on set, with Wilde’s attempts to cast Shia LaBeouf and subsequent relationship with Styles cited as potential catalysts. Whether that is true or false is completely out of the context at this time.
— Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde updates🍋🍋 (@Holiviaa1) September 20, 2022
During an appearance on The Hollywood Reporter’s “Behind the Screen” podcast Matthew Libatique has some other theories. He has years of experience under his belt and clearly confirms that its not what the grapevine has informed everyone about the situation. He said:
This was probably the most harmonious set I’ve ever been on. Olivia built a team that believed in her and she believed in each and everybody on the set. When I hear that there are rumours of acrimony on the set, I reject it. It wasn’t apparent at all.
The movie that releases on September 23 got extreme publicity due to the situation and the rumours surrounding the flick. Whether we get a good response from the fans or not is going to take some time to connect.
Harry Styles talking about QAnon, however briefly, was the crossover event I didn’t know I needed
— Jenn Ross (@JennRoss623) September 20, 2022
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