All eyes were on Florence Pugh as she finally joined her Don’t Worry Darling co-stars at Venice Film Festival, for the movie premiere.
The actress leads the cast as Alice in the psychological thriller, which is released later this month, alongside , Chris Pine and director Olivia Wilde.
The 26-year-old has been for the upcoming flick, sparking rumors of drama behind the scenes.
However, she was all smiles as she hit the red carpet at the ceremony, looking typically stylish in a black dress, complete with sparkling sequins and the dreamiest black heels.
She made sure to greet fans who had lined up to get a glimpse of her in action before galloping in front of photographers, emphasizing her gown’s train.
Harry, who stars as Jack, put a retro twist on his outfit, arriving in a navy blue suit with a light shirt – paired with a dramatic pointed collar and sunglasses.
Olivia also looked incredible on her big night, opting for a bright yellow floor-length dress, with sparkly silver embellishments and feathered detailing.
Despite speculation over feuds behind the scenes, the cast lined up to take pictures together before making their way into the screening.
However, the filmmaker did not appear to pose for solo pictures with either her partner, Harry, or Florence.
Don’t Worry Darling since wrapping, with intense speculation of ‘clashes’ surrounding the Booksmart director and her lead.
The claims were ramped up when it was revealed that Florence, who has been filming Dune 2 in Budapest, had limited her promotion of her film to her commitments at Venice Film Festival, and then skipped a press conference earlier today.
Attempting to clear up the reports, Olivia said: ‘Florence is a force; we are so grateful she is able to make it tonight [to the premiere] despite being in production.
‘As for all the endless tabloid gossip and noise out there, the internet feeds itself. I don’t feel I need to contribute to it.
‘It’s sufficiently well-nourished.’
According to reports, the Midsommar actress was never due to attend the press conference due to her flight from Hungary not landing in Italy in time.
She isn’t planning to enjoy the festivities for too long, and is reportedly expected to continue Dune filming on Tuesday.
Olivia appeared to, heaping praise on Florence.
‘She’s ferociously talented,’ she told Interview Magazine. ‘She was so dogged in her pursuit of the most authentic version of every moment.
‘She also knew that my real goal was to create a love story that felt so sincere between her and Harry that people would be incapable of not falling for them as a couple. It had to be a love that felt real – it had to be passionate, but textured.
‘I wanted so badly to have a nuanced, layered relationship that people would buy into despite knowing at times in the film that they shouldn’t. Even when the movie suggests you should question them, I wanted you to fight it.’