Olivia Wilde would like you to know that nothing untoward happened on the set of “Don’t Worry Darling.”
And if it did, well, the only reason we’re talking about behind-the-scenes rumors is because she’s a woman.
She said male directors get investigated time and again to no avail and are praised for being tyrannical.
And “just to be clear,” she said Wednesday on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” “Harry Styles did not spit on Chris Pine
when the scandal-plagued movie premiered at the Venice Film Festival. Just as Pine’s rep said weeks ago.
And just as Styles joked about during one of his recent concerts at Madison Square Garden.
The director quickly invoked “Spitgate” after Colbert hit her with a question about her relationship with actor Florence Pugh,
one of the leads of “Don’t Worry Darling,” the film Wilde was on “The Late Show” to promote.
he said, peeping at his notes. “People say you are feuding with Florence Pugh. Is there anything you want to say to tha