Olivia Wilde opened up about the many dramas surrounding her new movie "Don't Worry Darling," which was rumored to be a conflict between several actors and Wilde herself, and in an interview with "The Late Show. With Stephen Colbert".

Olivia Wilde opened up about the many dramas surrounding her new movie "Don't Worry Darling," which was rumored to be a conflict between several actors and Wilde herself, and in an interview with "The Late Show. With Stephen Colbert". 

LaBeouf was slated to play the lead in "Don't Worry Darling," but Wilde told Variety in August that he fired the actor because "his style didn't fit the philosophy that I 'wanted in my production'. 

LaBeouf then backtracked, saying he left the movie due to a lack of rehearsal time, and gave Variety the text he exchanged with Wilde in a video he sent her after he left the movie, which apparently asking if he would be willing to commit. back.  

In the video, Wilde also appears to be referring to actress Florence Pugh, who plays LaBeouf's character's wife. putting on the first as before Harry Styles replaced him.  

You know, I think this might be a little bit of a red flag for Miss Flo, I want to know if you're ready to give it to me, we're with her," Wilde said in the video, according to Variety 

On Wednesday, Wilde told his side of the story, telling Colbert that he "tried trying to fix the situation between people to try to see if they could work together happily." 

"Once it became clear that this was not a working relationship, I was given permission," he said. "I chose an actor, which I'm glad I did."