Florence Pugh, Shia LaBeouf and Chris Pine will star in Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry Darling. Wilde is working with New Line to fund and distribute their upcoming, highly anticipated sequel to last summer Bookmaker. In addition to directing, Wilde will also be involved in the project, which is expected to start production in the spring of this year. However, due to the current state of the world, production was postponed. It is unclear when the work will start.
Specific story details too Don’t worry darling are currently being kept under lock and key. The psychological thriller takes place in a 1950s utopian community that focuses on a housewife, played by Florence Pugh, who “soon learns that her life is not as idyllic as she thinks”. It takes place in an isolated community in the California desert. No further details of the project have been released at this time. With this in mind, New Line rated the project as a top priority.
Katie Silberman who wrote it down Bookmaker, wrote the original script for Don’t worry darling from a story by Shane and Carey Van Dyke. With Olivia Wilde, Florence Pugh, Shia LaBeouf and Chris Pine on board, the film will get a lot of attention. Pugh has just been nominated for her Oscar as a supporting actress and the BAFTA Award for her performance as Amy March with Greta Gerwig Little woman. She will be seen next at Marvel Studios Black widow Standalone film. The comic film was scheduled to hit theaters on May 1, but was postponed to November this year.
Chris Pine recently completed production of the action thriller Violence in action and will be seen in next Wonder Woman 1984. The actor repeats his role as Steve Trevor in the sequel, though comic book fans aren’t sure how he could have returned since he died in the first episode. It currently looks like Warner Bros. intends to release the highly anticipated sequel in August. Shia LaBeouf is convinced of the success of his autobiographical project Honey boyLaBeouf also received praise for his role last year The peanut butter falcon.
Olivia Wilde made her directorial debut Bookmaker last summer. The comedy was critically acclaimed and had modest box office success. In the end, she won the Best First Feature Independent Spirit Award for the film. Currently she will also lead the Searchlight function and produce as an executive producer Perfectbased on gymnast Kerri Strug’s trip to the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Catherine Hardwicke is an Executive Producer Don’t worry darlingalongside Shane and Carey Van Dyke. Wilde and Silberman will produce together with Roy Lee and Miri Yoon from Vertigo Entertainment. Daria Cercek and Celia Khong will oversee the New Line project. Deadline was the first to report this Don’t worry darling Casting news.
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