Don’t Worry Darling Cinematographer Denies Tension on Set of Olivia Wilde Movie – E! Online


The Don’t Worry Darling cinematographer is reaffirming that there’s nothing to fret about.

Matthew Libatique spoke in regards to the rumors of pressure on the set of Olivia Wilde‘s psychological thriller and stated that the alleged drama is “utterly unfaithful.” A lot of the hypothesis surrounded Wilde and co-star Florence Pugh, who reportedly had a fallout whereas taking pictures the film.

Libatique, nonetheless, is placing the gossip to relaxation and stated that primarily based on his personal expertise, there have been no purple flags.

“This was in all probability probably the most harmonious set I’ve ever been on,” Libatique stated on The Hollywood Reporter‘s Behind the Screen podcast. “Olivia constructed a crew that believed in her and he or she believed in every and all people on the set… After I hear that there are rumors of acrimony on the set, I reject it. It wasn’t obvious in any respect.”

If any feuds did happen, Libatique wasn’t there to see it.

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