Olivia Wilde Responds to “Spit-gate|” which Discusses Chris Pine| Shia Labeouf| Florence Pugh| and Harry Styles!

When it comes to the buzz around Olivia Wilde’s upcoming film, Stephen Colbert shouldn’t be concerned.

The director and actor of this week’s Warner Bros. movie, “Don’t Worry, Darling,” were guests on CBS’s “The Late Show” on Wednesday, where they addressed many rumors about the picture, beginning with those about Shia LaBeouf.

LaBeouf came forward in early September to dispute Wilde’s assertions that he was dismissed from Don’t Worry Darling. He claimed that he had actually resigned from the picture, and he provided evidence in the form of text messages and video clips showing Wilde pleading with him to remain in the cast.

Wilde said she tried to mediate between LaBeouf and her main actress Florence Pugh when Colbert asked her to explain whether LaBeouf departed or was sacked from the picture.

She revealed to the late-night presenter, “Once it became evident that it was not a tenable working relationship, I was given an ultimatum.” I’m glad I picked my own actress. Was I sad that things didn’t work out between us at the time? Sure. Does what I learned about him after the fact confirm that we made the right choice? Absolutely.”

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Colbert pressed her for an explanation as to why LaBeouf believes he resigned and she believes he was fired, and she said that due to the circumstances, they were both relieved to be going on without the other.

Olivia Wilde Addresses Shia LaBeouf

Next, the filmmaker addressed the “Spit-Gate” rumors that circulated online when a viral video prompted some to question whether Harry Styles spit on co-star Chris Pine at the film’s premiere screening at the Venice Film Festival earlier this month.

An further local urban legend, Spit-Gate, which you may have heard about, is likely to be true. Wilde started to say, but Colbert interrupted her.

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The host seemed to read from a notecard, presumably containing the question he had written down for Wilde: “Did Harry Styles spit on Chris Pine?” So, why not? Offer evidence in support of your claim.

Wilde said with a chuckle, “No, he did not.” But it seems to me to be a prime illustration of the fact that drama-seekers will find it almost wherever. Chris was not spat on by Harry at all.

Repeatedly, Colbert cut her off with a witty “Only time will tell.

Before, Pine’s camp published a statement refuting claims that Styles spit on their client. During a recent concert at Madison Square Garden, Styles again made light of the controversy.

Wilde ended by addressing the “feud” rumors between her and Pugh.

Olivia Wilde Addresses Shia LaBeouf

She told Colbert, “I have nothing but respect for Florence’s brilliance.” She’s great. Nothing is more stylish than a working actress, and she’s currently on location filming Dune. I don’t hold any animosity toward her.

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She said, “I think it’s noteworthy that none of my male director colleagues are being asked questions about their cast,” to which the host nodded in agreement.

Wilde predicted that the film would generate genuine conversation. They get kudos for being autocratic. Even if there are endless investigations into them, it won’t be at the expense of people talking about the actual talent in the film or how good it is. Our expectations have been set accordingly. The world over, women and men are held to vastly different expectations.

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