Don’t Worry, Darling — It’s Out Now, And Here Are Some Social Media Reactions

On Friday, the highly anticipated Don’t Worry Darling premiered in theaters nationwide, after weeks of feuds and public jabs between director Olivia Wilde and actor Florence Pugh.

After the celeb drama dominated social media, people of course began posting about their experiences of heading into the theater to see the whole thing onscreen for themselves.

“Do you know anything about ‘Don’t Worry Darling?’” — my mom, reading me the movie listings this morning at the start of what she assumed would be a brief phone call.

Twitter: @LByock

So by Friday, weeks after the drama first began, fans were keen to head to the cinema and see the film responsible for all this petty mess.

Multiple people on Twitter said crowds booed when Wilde’s name appeared on screen.

I just walked out of #DontWorryDarling and I couldn’t hear one word of dialogue Harry Styles said due to grown ass women acting like 9 year old girls yelling at the top of their lungs every time he was on screen, and then booing Olivia Wilde every time she was on screen. Toxic af

Twitter: @RadekNovo

Styles’s acting immediately got attacked, with multiple tweets about people laughing at the pop star’s attempts at being a ~serious actor~.

Of course the Pugh fans continued to back their girl.

People continued to make references to the drama, too.

While others were just happy to be there.

“dwd isn’t very good” do you think i’m smart enough to recognize PLOT HOLES? i’m going to pay my money, see florence and harry for 2 hours, and then leave. that’s all!!!!

Twitter: @paytmitch

And just like in the premiere, Pine became the secret star of the show, with his “good girl” line clearly striking a chord.

Don’t Worry Darling is projected to have success at the box office. Variety reported that the film grossed $9.4 million from opening day and Thursday previews, and it’s continuing to capture public attention.

As for the drama, it doesn’t appear that this buzzy film will be leaving the zeitgeist any time soon.

“This film was such an epic story on such a large scale to shoot, all while during peak Covid times,” Pugh wrote on Instagram for release day, along with a photo of Wilde, after her previous lack of social media posting about the film. “For that I will always be grateful.”

Shortly afterward, Vulture reported that an actual screaming match between Pugh and Wilde had taken place on set. When asked, Wilde’s team sent BuzzFeed News the statement crew members provided to People disputing the anonymous source’s claim.

“As a crew, we’ve avoided addressing the absurd gossip surrounding the movie we’re so proud of, but feel the need to correct the anonymous ‘sources’ quoted in a recent article,” 40 team members collectively wrote. “Any allegations about unprofessional behavior on the set of Don’t Worry Darling are completely false.”

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