Update, Wednesday afternoon: Turns out the mysterious envelope was handed over to Olivia Wilde last night during her don’t worry darling The CinemaCon session was not a script, but rather custody papers from her former partner, Jason Sudeikis. While the father of Wilde’s children tried to rain rain on her parade, she remained calm and carried on during the presentation. more here.
Last Tuesday afternoon: Those struggling for more middle-adult fare in a movie theater will have their fill with Olivia Wilde’s upcoming 1950s thriller, Don’t worry darling.
Warner Bros., The first trailer for the CinemaCon session revealed new line The film starring Florence Pugh as Alice, a housewife who lives with her husband, Jack (Harry Styles), which is employed by a mysterious operation known as the Victory Project – which is expected to change the world as we know it.
The women in town are asked to stay indoors, but Alice becomes suspicious of him as she begins to witness violent acts.
However, there is much more to Alice’s mind than the suspense. don’t worry dear And in places like the dining room table, in front of the sink, um, Chris Pine’s character hangs around them. Don’t take mom away in the film, which opens on September 23.
What’s even more suspenseful and strange during today’s trailer drop at CinemaCon is that when Wilde, the director and star of the picture, was introducing the film and being interviewed by host Ayesha Tyler, the multihyphenate was received by a random CinemaCon attendee. The Manila envelope was handed over. Social media went crazy wondering what was in it. Deadline reached out to Wilde’s reps and studio but did not receive any response. Sources believe that it was simply an unsolicited script that was handed over to Wilde on stage. nothing more.
On stage, Wilde said don’t worry darling reminds me of “Inception, The Matrix, The Truman Show, This is my love letter to films that pushed the boundaries of ambition. He then asked the audience to “imagine a life where you could have everything you ever wanted, not just tangible things … but Also the things that really matter – true love, true trusting friendship with the right partner. What would you have to do to give up that perfect life? What are you willing to sacrifice to do the right thing? Are you ready to dismantle the system that is designed to serve you?”
Really things to think about.