The latest installment of BADpi’s Pitch Meeting series focuses on Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry Darling, which has been shrouded in controversy.
The last episode of screen frenzy‘s Pitch Meeting series focuses on don’t worry baby. Actor Olivia Wilde made her directorial debut in 2019 with smart book, hailed by critics as an endearing coming-of-age comedy. For her second feature, Wilde and her smart book co-writer Katie Silberman decided to go in a different direction with don’t worry baby, a psychological thriller packed with social commentary. Unfortunately, the film has been plagued by various controversies since its inception and well into its world premiere.
Two Marvel Cinematic Universe stars, Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, star don’t worry baby‘s all-star cast as Alice and Jack Chambers, a couple in the idyllic business town of Victory whose seemingly perfect lives begin to unravel when the devoted housewife begins to question the nature of her husband’s work. The film’s amazing supporting cast includes Wilde, Gemma Chan, KiKi Layne, Nick Kroll and Wonder Woman‘s Chris Pine as Frank, the founder of the mysterious Victory Project. Intrigued by the enigmatic plot and off-screen drama, audiences rushed to theaters on September 23 to see don’t worry babyresulting in a respectable opening weekend of $19 million.
utilities, pitch meeting focuses on the vibrant new drama. screen frenzyRyan George’s series, hosted by Ryan George, envisions the pitch meeting at the Warner Bros. Studios that led to: don’t worry baby, satirizing the various unsolved mysteries and off-screen drama. Along the way, some very valid points are raised.
Don’t worry Darling has too many unanswered questions
As screen frenzy‘s series consistently does, the new Pitch Meeting highlights the many unanswered questions surrounding the film; in don’t worry babyIn the case there are many, both behind the scenes and with regard to the actual plot. Shortly before filming began, Shia LaBeouf left the project and recently, Transformers star and Wilde had a public disagreement over whether he was fired. During production, there were rumors of a romance between Wilde and Styles and an argument between Pugh and the director. To top it off, the controversy over “Spitgate” stole the show don’t worry baby‘s premiere in Venice, leaving many to wonder if Styles really spat on Pine.
Due to the social media frenzy, the film itself seems to have taken a back seat, panned by critics for its all-too-familiar plot and newfound themes. Here the biggest unanswered question seems to be the big twist that reveals that the Victory Project is all a simulation. However, as the don’t worry baby Pitch Meeting points out that at least the ambiguous ending (and all the off-screen drama) leaves plenty for fans to discuss.
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