Andy Cohen Would Host ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Reunion Amid Drama


Andy Cohen.
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Are you ready to see what happens? Andy CohenHe saw the viral tweet about him hosting an event. Don’t Worry Darling cast reunion — and he’s totally on board.

“I’m in,” the Bravo exec, 54, commented via Instagram on Tuesday, September 6, after the account Comments by Celebs posted a screenshot of a tweet reading: “DON’T WORRY DARLING cast and crew reunion hosted by Andy Cohen.”

Lisa RinnaFor her part, Judith believes the SuperficialAuthor must step in to solve the mystery surrounding the upcoming thriller. “We need answers,” the Real Housewives of Beverly HillsStar, 59, wrote in comments section.

Rumours about the film have been swirling since weeks. However, social media speculation reached fever pitch over the weekend when the movie premiered at the Venice International Film Festival. Florence Pugh, who plays lead character Alice, couldn’t attend the Monday, September 5, press conference about the film because she was traveling from the Hungary set of Part Two of Dune — and that was just the beginning of the drama.

Director was present at the press conference. Olivia WildeStop speculating that she and the Midsommar actress, 26, had a “falling out” since production ended. The HouseAlumna, 38, refused to answer any questions about Shia LaBeoufThe project was terminated by, who resigned in August 2020. He was replaced one month later. Harry Styles. “It’s on the internet,” the BooksmartDirector replied when asked about his role in the company. Even Stevens veteran, 36.

Andy Cohen Is Down to Host a 'Don't Worry Darling' Cast Reunion Amid Drama

Nick Kroll, Florence Pugh, Chris Pine, Olivia Wilde, Sydney Chandler, Harry Styles and Gemma Chan at the ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ premiere.
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LaBeouf recently denied Wilde’s claim that she fired him from the movie because his “process” wasn’t safe for other actors. “You and I both know the reasons for my exit,” the Peanut Butter FalconHe wrote in an email that he claimed to have sent to the O.C.alum, which was sent to Variety following the outlet’s August interview with Wilde. “I quit your film because your actors and I couldn’t find time to rehearse.”

At the film’s premiere later on Monday, Wilde and Styles, 28, pointedly didn’t stand next to each other at any of the photo calls. After they were spotted attending a wedding together, the pair were romantically linked for the first time in January 2021.

The biggest shocker, however, occurred when a video surfaced that seemed to show the “Watermelon Sugar” crooner spitting on costar Chris Pine, who was not linked to any of this chatter about the film.

The clip shows the Star Trek actor, 42, was already sitting down when the former One Direction boy band member approached to take a seat on Pine’s left side. Styles leaned over and seemed to spit into the air. Wonder Woman star’s lap. Pine sat down and looked shocked at what had just happened.

Social media users went into a spiral over the moment, analyzing multiple angles of the moment and comparing the original video to the Zapruder film, which famously captured the moment of former President John F. Kennedy‘s assassination. “The don’t worry darling drama is getting more and more absurd like what do you mean harry styles [spins wheel]Spit on [spins wheel] chris pine,” tweeted one observer.

Don’t Worry DarlingFilms in theaters Friday, September 23.