Don’t Worry Darling cameraman addresses rumors of tension on set

The cameraman who worked on it don’t worry darlingMatthew Libatique, has addressed the rumors of tension on the film’s set.

For weeks, bitterness between filmmaker Olivia Wilde and star Florence Pugh has been reported on the set of the psychological thriller.

In August, Wilde denied rumors that her boyfriend, Harry Styles, was paid three times Pugh’s salary for his work on the film.

don’t worry darling Cameraman Libatique said the rumors were “completely false” based on what he witnessed.

Talking about a new episode of The Hollywood Reporter‘s behind the screen Podcast he said, “That was probably the most harmonious set I’ve ever been on.

“Olivia built a team that believed in her and she believed in everyone on set… When I hear there are rumors of bitterness on set, I dismiss it. It wasn’t apparent at all.”

He added: “Whatever happened, it happened long after I left and started doing something else. I never witnessed anything and I didn’t feel anything. You know, you have a feeling that something might be going on and I didn’t feel anything.”

Reports of a falling out between the director and the actor intensified in August after Wilde claimed she fired Shia LaBeouf from the film in 2020 to create a “safe, trusting environment” for Pugh on set.

However, LaBeouf denied being fired and sent diversity a video he claimed he received from Wilde, in which the director asked him not to finish the project.

Harry Styles and Florence Pugh in “Don’t Worry Darling”

(Warner Bros)

Alluding to the tensions between LaBeouf and Pugh in the video, Wilde said that LaBeouf’s departure “might be a little wake-up call for Miss Flo.”

Wilde has since said the feud was nothing more than “made-up clickbait,” while Pugh has neither commented nor denied the rumours.

You can read a full timeline of all behind-the-scenes drama from don’t worry darling here.

don’t worry darling hits UK cinemas on September 23. Don’t Worry Darling cameraman addresses rumors of tension on set


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