Olivia Wilde: ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Wage Gap Rumors and the Florence Pugh Feud Were 'Invented Clickbait'

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Olivia Wilde says “don’t pay attention”  to any rumors  swirling around the  “Don’t Worry Darling”

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The widely touted production of "Don't Worry, Darling," starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles as a couple caught up in a suburban plot, has had tongues spinning for months.

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Not only did director Olivia Wilde remove Shia LaBeouf before FKA Twigs accused him of sexual abuse, but replacement actor Styles and Wilde are now romantically linked.

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A purported on-set fight between Pugh and Wilde has also fueled speculation about a "Don't Worry Darling" feud, with Pugh appearing to disagree with Wilde on the film's message about female sexuality.

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Not to mention the long-running claim that international pop singer Styles got paid more than three times as much as Oscar nominee Pugh.

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According to the website Showbiz Galore, Pugh was paid $700,000 for the picture, while Styles was paid $2.5 million.

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There were no citations, and Warner Bros. declined to comment on their pay.

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In a recent cover story for Variety, Wilde refuted any unsavoury notions. In fact, Pugh was Wilde's initial choice to play Alice, one half of the central pair in the picture.

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hat is, after Wilde passed on the role herself to skew younger for the lead.

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Wilde first saw Pugh in Ari Aster’s “Midsommar,” which debuted in 2019.

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