Olivia Wilde asks Shia LaBeouf not to leave Don’t Worry Darling in leaked images

A video message that Olivia Wilde sent to Shia LaBeouf asking him not to leave his new film don’t worry darling has been disclosed.

The emergence of the video comes hours after LaBeouf denied being fired from the film.

Wilde had given an interview earlier this week, saying she fired LaBeouf in 2020 in order to create a “safe and trusting environment” on set, and claimed her acting process “wasn’t conducive to the philosophy” that she demands in her productions.

LaBeouf denied this, saying he left of his own accord as he “didn’t have time to rehearse” with the other actors.

The video, which LaBeouf allegedly showed to an American publication Variety to back up his claims, was sent several days after leaving Wilde’s film in August 2020.

In it, Wilde can be heard saying, “I feel like I’m not ready to let go of this yet, and I too am heartbroken and want to figure this out.”

She seems to allude to the tension between LaBeouf and his co-star Florence Pugh, adding, “I think that might be a bit of a wake-up call for Miss Flo. If she really commits, if she really puts her mind and heart at this point and if you can make peace – and I respect your point of view, I respect his – but if you can do that, what do you think? ‘hope ?

The Independent has reached out to representatives for Wilde and Pugh for comment.

In the upcoming psychological thriller, LaBeouf was originally set to play Jack, the romantic partner of Pugh’s character Alice, but was eventually replaced by Harry Styles.

This is just the latest in a series of explosive events that have surrounded the film since production began two years ago.

Shia LaBeouf and Olivia Wilde


In April, during a presentation of the film at CinemaCon, a major entertainment industry event, Wilde (who is currently dating Styles) received custody papers from his ex-partner, Jason Sudeikis.

“In any other workplace, that would be considered an attack,” Wilde said of the incident. “It was really upsetting. It shouldn’t have been able to happen.”

Additionally, unsubstantiated rumors of a feud between Wilde and lead actor Pugh have persisted for months. Neither party has commented on the alleged disagreements, but Wilde has repeatedly praised Pugh’s work on set.

“She was really a huge supporter of him as someone who was newer to a film set,” she said of Pugh working with Styles. “And he was such a huge supporter of her, like someone who understood it was her movie.”

Elsewhere, Wilde was forced to deny rumors of a pay disparity between Pugh and Styles, who she got into a relationship with while filming.

Harry Styles and Florence Pugh in new ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ trailer

(Warner Bros/YouTube)

Styles is rumored to be “earning three times more” than Pugh. Wilde vehemently denied this, telling Variety in an email that the suggestion “upset” her.

“I’m a woman who’s been in this business for over 20 years, and it’s something I’ve fought for for myself and for others, especially as a director,” she wrote in a post. email to post. “There is absolutely no validity to these claims.”

Earlier this month, Pugh spoke out against some reactions to the film’s trailer, in which Jack (Styles) can be seen performing oral sex on his character, Alice.

She said she would not comment on the film’s sex scenes during press.

“Obviously the nature of hiring the most famous pop star in the world, you’re going to have conversations like that,” she told Harper’s Bazaar. “That’s just not what I’m going to discuss because [this movie is] bigger and better than that. And the people who did it are bigger and better than that.

don’t worry darling is set to arrive in UK cinemas on September 23.

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