The do not worry my love The director and actress is a guest on CBS. Late Show On the Wednesday before the release of Warner Bros. on Friday, where she addressed various rumors surrounding the project, starting with Shia LaBeouf.
in early september, LaBeouf’s progress He responded to Wilde’s allegations that he was fired do not worry my love , Saying that he left the film instead and provided scripts and videos showing her asking him to stay in the cast.
When Colbert was asked to clarify whether LaBeouf quit the film or was fired from the film, Wilde said she tried to play the role of mediator between actress and lead actress Florence Pugh.
“As soon as it turned out it wasn’t a tenable business relationship, I got an ultimatum,” she told the late-night host. “I chose my actress, and I’m so glad I did. At the time, were you shocked we couldn’t make it work? Sure. I did. information about him To the light later made me confident we made the right decision? definitely.”
Colbert then prompted her to explain why LaBeouf thought he had quit, while she thought he had been fired, she responded to him the way he had done, both feeling as if they were going on without each other.
Then, the director discussed the speculation called “The Spit Gate” that surrounded the viral video and prompted social media users to question whether Harry Stiles He spat on co-star Chris Pine during the movie’s premiere earlier this month at Venice Film Festival.
“Another one of our weird rumors, Spit-Gate, which you’ve probably heard about, I think is…” Wilde said before Colbert cut it short.
The host explained that he wanted to ask Wilde about the anger and seemed to read from his card: “Did Harry Styles spit on Chris Pine? Why and why not? Support your answer.”
Wilde laughed and said, “No, he didn’t. But I think it’s a great example, for example, that people will look for drama anywhere they can. Harry didn’t spit on Chris, actually…”
Colbert interrupted her again sarcastically, “Only time will tell.”
Finally, Wilde addressed the rumors that she and Pugh were “fighting”.
“I have nothing but respect for Florence’s talent,” she told Colbert. “She’s amazing. She’s on the set of her movie Dune Now, and there’s nothing more adorable than a busy actress. I have nothing against it for any reason.”
She went on to explain that she finds it interesting not to ask her fellow directors any questions about the cast, and the host agreed with her.
“People were already talking about the movie itself,” Wilde said. They have been praised for being despots. They can be investigated over and over again, yet it still doesn’t trump conversations about their actual talent or about the movie themselves. This is something we have come to expect. They are completely different standards created for women and men in the entire world.”
Late Show It airs weekend nights at 11:35 p.m. on CBS.
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