Watch out, Olivia Wilde.
Harry Styles grabbed his “Don’t Worry Darling” co-star Nick Kroll’s face and kissed him on the lips as their movie received a standing ovation during its Venice Film Festival premiere Monday.
Both dressed in blue suits, Styles, 28, and Kroll, 44, appeared elated by the audience’s response to the Wilde-directed psychological thriller.
The excited moment between these two was a far cry from what may have happened between Styles and co-star Chris Pine.
Upon arriving at the theater, the “Late Night Talking” singer seemingly spit on the “Wonder Woman” actor, 42, as he took his seat, prompting a look of disbelief from Pine and uncomfortable facial expression from Wilde.
While feud rumors surrounding “Don’t Worry Darling” previously had only circulated around Wilde, 38, and lead actress Florence Pugh, it appears the hard feelings have affected the entire cast.
During the film’s press conference, which Pugh skipped amid the rumored feud, Pine looked like he dissociated from the event each time the former One Direction crooner or “Booksmart” director spoke.
While Wilde refused to engage in questions regarding Shia LaBeouf’s revelation that he quit and was not fired from the project, she did swerve around curiosities regarding the “Little Women” star.
“Florence is a force. We are so grateful that she is able to make it tonight despite being in production [for ‘Dune: Part 2’],” Wilde said. “As for all the endless tabloid gossip and noise out there, the internet feeds itself. I don’t feel I need to contribute to it.”
Prior to the film’s screening, Pugh, 26, joined the cast to pose for photos, but she notably did not stand next to Styles or their director, who are now dating.
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