Olivia Wilde and Florence Pugh's stylists
Don't Worry Darling premiered last night (September 5) at the Venice Film Festival to mixed reviews from critics.
The psychological thriller is plagued by reports of behind-the-scenes tensions, including a rumored "feud" between Wilde and Pugh, who stars in the film.
Los Angeles-based stylist Carla Welch, who frequently collaborates with Wilde, has now shared a story on Instagram that appears to be a reference to speculation.
Welch's post came around the same time that Florence Pugh's stylist Rebecca Corbin-Murray referred to her client as "Miss Flo" in an Instagram post that appeared to be swiping at Wilde.
Asked about speculation of a "debate" at the Don't Worry Darling press conference on Monday (September 5), Wilde said: "I can't say how honored I am to have him as our leader.
Pugh pointed to the disagreement when a reporter asked him what he found "inspirational" in the film.
"Early reviews for Don't Worry Darling saw critics as enthusiastic about the film, but Pugh's performance was praised nonetheless.
Other critics have also criticized Styles' performance.
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