Olivia Wilde expels Shia LaBeouf from ‘Don’t Worry Darling’


A Variety report claims that LaBeouf “displayed poor behavior” on Vibe’s new film and “his style collided with the cast and crew.”

In late April news broke that Olivia Wilde cast Florence Pugh and Shia LaBeouf as the lead in the psychological thriller “Don’t Worry Darling”, their much-awaited second feature directorial effort after the breakout success of “BookSmart”. By September, LaBeouf was replaced as the film’s male head by Harry Styles. LaBeouf “left the project due to a scheduling conflict” at the time of Deadline’s report, but a new type of report claimed La Beauf was fired from the project by Wilde for allegedly poor behavior.

Variety reported: “In September, LaBeouf was officially removed from the project. Instead, studio sources announced that Harry Styles would replace him, citing a scheduling conflict. It turns out that was not the whole story. Variety has learned that La Bioff was dropped from the film. Although shooting did not begin when LaBeouf departed, insiders close to the project say LaBeouf exhibited poor behavior and his style collided with the cast and crew, including Wilde, which eventually led him to removed.

“He’s not an easy guy to work with,” a source close to “Don’t Worry Darling” told Variety, the actor was “off-put” to Wilde and other members of the cast and crew . The source said Wilde “is known for creating collaborative sets with a zero-ass policy.”

Singer and actress FKA Tiggs reportedly launched La Beyoff’s alleged shootout “La Dont Vari Darling” about three months ago and filed a lawsuit against La Beauf over alleged sexual battery and abuse. FKA Tiggs starred in the film “Honey Boy” with LaBeouf and the two actors dated for almost a year. The lawsuit accuses LaBeouf of strangling and intentionally giving sexual dysfunction to FKA twins, among other charges. Wilde was one of several Hollywood women to show support for FKA Tiggs on social media.

Following the trial, Netflix removed LaBeouf’s name from the pages of the FYC Awards campaign for his upcoming drama “A Woman of the Woman”. The film, directed by Kornel Mundruczko, is opposite La Van Beauf by Vanessa Kirby, who won the Best Actress Award at the Venice Film Festival and was seen as a major contender for an Oscar nomination.

“These are serious allegations that were difficult to read,” Mundruzzo told Variety in his first statement addressing the LaBeouf lawsuit. “My heart was filled with sorrow and sorrow. I believe that all human beings should feel that they can come forward and tell their truth. I stand by you. We are proud that the film focuses on the complexity and beauty of a women’s journey. Our focus is on highlighting our deeply personal story. “

Representatives from Indiever Wilde and LaBeouf reached out to comment on the actor’s alleged shootout with “Don’t Worry Darling”. Head to different types to read more from the report.

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