Olivia Wilde certainly doesn’t look worried, honey.
The director saw them smile as she landed in Italy for the upcoming premiere of her new movie, “Don’t Worry Darling,” at the Venice Film Festival — despite the ongoing drama that’s been making headlines for weeks.
Her boyfriend Harry Styles – who stars opposite Florence Pugh in the psychothriller – was also photographed on Sunday, although it appears they arrived separately.
Wilde, 38, stunned in a cream blazer and matching trousers, which she tucked into a pair of black cowboy boots. She completed the look with a few darker shades and her highlighted locks styled in loose waves.
Meanwhile, Styles, 28, looked chic in a purple Gucci blazer, green sweater vest and light blue jeans.
The former One Direction heartthrob in white sneakers, oversized browns and three animal print bags.
The film’s lead actress, 26-year-old Pugh, arrived on a private jet for Monday’s red carpet. However, she will reportedly skip the press conference.
Festival representatives told Variety that she will join Wilde, Styles, Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, Kiki Layne and Nick Kroll at the premiere, but will not participate in interviews with them.
The event comes a week after a video appeared in which Wilde referred to Pugh as “Miss Flo” while asking Shia LaBeouf, who she originally cast in the role of Styles, to come back to the film.
“I think this might be a bit of a wake-up call for Miss Flo, and I want to know if you’re open to giving this a shot with me, with us,” she said in the leaked video, hinting at a disagreement between the controversial actor and the film’s lead actress.
“If she’s really committed, if she’s really putting her heart and heart into it right now, and if you two can make peace — and I respect your point of view, I respect hers — but if you can do it, what do you do? you think?”
Wilde previously told Variety that LaBeouf, 36, was reportedly removed from the project and replaced by her now-boyfriend in order to keep other cast members “safe” from his “belligerent energy.”
LaBeouf, who was charged with abuse in 2021 and has since sought treatment, denied Wilde’s allegations, claiming he actually quit the film.
“I was never fired, Olivia,” LaBeouf said in a statement to Variety.
“And while I fully understand the appeal of pushing that story because of the current social landscape, the social currency that comes with it. It’s not the truth.”
Pugh has yet to publicly address the latest drama starring LaBeouf and the film, which hits theaters September 23.