Don’t fret darling, cameraman denies pressure on set

The Don’t Worry Darling cinematographer reiterates there’s nothing to worry about.

Matthew Libatique spoke about the rumors of on-set tension Olivia Wilde‘s psychological thriller and said that the alleged drama was “completely untrue”. Most of the speculation revolved around Wilde and his co-star Florence Pughwho reportedly had a fallout during filming of the film.

However, Libatique cleared up the gossip, saying there had been no red flags based on his own experience.

“That was probably the most harmonious set I’ve ever been on,” Libatique said on The Hollywood Reporter’s Behind the Screen podcast. “Olivia built a team that believed in her and she believed in everyone on set… When I hear there are rumors of bitterness on set, I dismiss it. It wasn’t obvious at all.”

When feuding ensued, Libatique wasn’t there to see it.

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.