The Don’t worry darling The director and actress guest on CBS The Late Show On Wednesday, ahead of the Warner Bros. film’s release this Friday, he addressed several rumors surrounding the project, starting with Shia LaBeouf.
In early September, LaBeouf came forward And he disputed Wilde’s claims that he had been fired don’t worry dear Instead he gave speeches and videos saying he was quitting the film, asking him to stay in the cast.
When Colbert was asked to clarify whether LaBeouf had withdrawn or been fired from the film, Wilde said he tried to act as mediator between the actor and his leading lady, Florence Pugh.
“When it became clear that this was not a committed working relationship, I was given an ultimatum,” she told the late-night host. “I chose my actress and I’m so glad I did. At the time, was I embarrassed that we couldn’t make it work? Sure. It did. Information about him Will it come to light later that gives me confidence that we made the right decision? Absolutely.”
Colbert pushed her to clarify why LaBeouf thinks he quit, while she thinks he was fired, to which she responded that the way it happened, they both felt like they were moving on without each other.
Next, the director discussed the so-called “spit-gate” speculation that surrounded a viral video and left social media users questioning it. Harry Styles He spat on co-star Chris Pine during the film’s premiere screening earlier this month Venice Film Festival.
“One of our weirdest rumors, the spit-cat, you’ve probably heard, I think …” Wilde said before Colbert cut her off.
The host made it clear he wanted to ask Wilde about the outrage, and appeared to read from his notecard: “Did Harry Styles spit on Chris Pine? Why or why not? Support your answer.”
Wilde laughed and replied, “No, he didn’t. But I think it’s a great example of people looking for drama anywhere. Harry didn’t spit on Chris, really…”
Colbert interrupted again to tease, “Only time will tell.”
Finally, Wilde addressed rumors that he and Book were “feuding.”
“I have nothing but respect for Florence’s talent,” he told Colbert. “She’s amazing. She is on the set of the film Hill Now, nothing is cooler than a busy actress. I have nothing against her for any reason.
She explained that she found it interesting that none of her fellow male directors were asked questions about their actors, and the host agreed with her.
“People will really talk about the movie,” Wilde said. “They’re praised for being tyrannical. They can be interrogated over and over again, and it hasn’t overtaken conversations about their actual talent or image. It’s something we’ve come to expect. It’s created very different standards for women and men in the world.
The Late Show Airs weeknights at 11:35pm on CBS.
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