Despite the fact that Harry Styles did not spit at Chris Pine during the Venice screening of their movie Don’t Worry Darling, he is nonetheless determined to make light of the situation. Harry made light of the incident when he returned to Madison Square Garden for a show.
Harry stepped up to the microphone and announced, “This is our eighth concert at Madison Square Garden. Being back in New York is great, wonderful, wonderful. I just flew over to Venice in a hurry to spit on Chris Pine. At his joke, his audience cheered and laughed aloud.
Even Chris Pine’s agent had already stated that the claims that the actor had been spit upon were unfounded. “This is a preposterous tale that is the outcome of a weird web illusion that is obviously deceptive and encourages irrational thinking. Harry Styles did not spit on Chris Pine, just to be clear. Any insinuation that there is anything other than respect between these two men is a clear attempt to generate drama that just does not exist “Chris’ agent had said Variety.
Although the deed could not be verified with absolute certainty by the recorders, a video of actor Chris Pine from the global premiere of Don’t Worry Darling went viral in which Harry allegedly could be seen spitting on Chris.
Rumors of an alleged conflict between director Olivia Wilde and main actress Florence Pugh plagued the press tour for the movie Don’t Worry Darling for weeks. After the movie garnered a four-minute standing ovation from the Venice crowd, the two did not hug or even look at each other while they were on the red carpet in Venice.
Olivia Wilde said, “Florence is a force. We are so grateful she’s able to make it tonight despite being in production on ‘Dune,” during a press conference at the Venice Film Festival. “I know, as a director, how disruptive it is to lose an actor even for a day, so I’m very grateful to her, and to Denis Villeneuve for helping us.