Olivia Wilde says Harry Styles didn’t spit on Chris Pine
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Continuing essentially the most headline-producing film press tour probably of all time, Olivia Wilde stopped by “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Wednesday together with her tackle what has lovingly been known as #spitgate.
For those that managed to keep away from the main points, the controversy stems from footage taken on the Venice Film Festival wherein Harry Styles, star of Wilde’s movie “Don’t Worry Darling,” was seen making a movement that brought on some to imagine he had spit on his co-star Chris Pine.
“I believe it’s an ideal instance of individuals will search for drama wherever they’ll,” Wilde told Colbert. “Harry didn’t spit on Chris, in truth.”
A consultant for Pine had, after all, additionally beforehand tried to clear the air, telling People journal, “There is nothing however respect between these two males and any suggestion in any other case is a blatant try to create drama that merely doesn’t exist.”
Styles has additionally joked in regards to the rumor.
The entire incident was one in every of many buzzy narratives which have come out of the film’s manufacturing and subsequent promotion.
The movie itself, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures (which is owned by USA Prime Time’s mother or father firm), hits theaters on September 23.