Florence Pugh Slams First Reactions to 'Don't Worry Darling' Harry Styles Sex Scenes 'We're Better Than That'

Florence Pugh Slams First Reactions to ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Harry Styles Sex Scene: ‘We’re Better Than That’

“That’s not why I’m in this industry,” Pugh said of people only wanting to catch a glimpse of the bare body of the “Harry House” pop star.
Don’t worry, Florence Pugh stands by “Don’t worry darling.”

The lead star of Olivia Wilde’s sophomore directorial feature in theaters after a world premiere at the Venice Film Festival on September 23 rebuked fans and critics for focusing on only one thing: with Harry Styles in steamy trailers sex scene. And yes, a special kitchen cunnilingus scene comes to mind.

Pugh plays Alice, a suburban housewife who begins to question why her white picket fence is beginning to break down the facade of life. Alice’s husband Jack (Stiles) works for a mysterious company run by a controlling boss (Chris Pine), who runs both the business and home life of Victory City. But of course, everyone seemed to be talking about Styles’ rumored nudity and the behind-the-scenes romance between Styles and Wilde.

“When it comes down to your sex scenes, or watching the world’s most famous person go down on someone, why don’t we do it. That’s why I’m not in this industry,” Pugh told Harper’s Bazaar. Told. “Obviously, the nature of hiring the most famous pop star in the world, you’re going to have this kind of conversation. I’m not going to discuss that just because [this film] is bigger and better than that. And the people who built it are bigger and better than him.”
Pugh also shared that she was originally offered the supporting role of Bunny, the wife of Pine’s powerhouse character. Yet because of the COVID production delay, Pugh was freed to lead. Instead of playing the bunny, Wilde stepped in.

“It was a different animal,” Oscar nominee Pugh explained of portraying Alice. “I love playing a distressed woman. I think all of my films take that element of women into a corner, forced into an opinion, forced into a way of life. And then eventually, something breaks. ,

Director Wilde previously promised that the film would be about “female happiness” when it comes to love scenes. Wilde compared “Don’t Worry Darling” to Adrian Lynn’s erotic thrillers such as “Fatal Attraction” and “Indecent Proposal”.

“[Those movies are] really sexy, in a big way,” Wilde told Vogue earlier this year. “I kept saying, ‘Why isn’t there any good sex in the movie anymore?

The cover story also noted that Pugh, in one scene with “the diligent styles and the most gratifying, deserves some serious attention — and, if the devotion of Styles’ fan base is any indication, frenzy — when ‘Don’t Worry ‘Darling’ is released,” teasing that Wilde can only hint that audiences will be satisfied. Ultimately, according to Wilde, the film sets out for audiences to “realize how little they see as women’s appetites, and especially this type of female pleasure.”

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