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The actress criticizes “Don’t Worry Darling” for the cut role

Another alleged controversy came to life in a backstage comment on “Don’t Worry, Honey”, after actress KiKi Layne (“Tico and Teco: Defenders of the Law”) revealed on her Instagram that her participation in the film was greatly reduced.

She has released a video and two photos in which she appears alongside Ari’el Stachel (“Law & Order: SVU”), with whom she starred in the film directed by Olivia Wilde. And in the caption he said that the best part of working on the film was meeting him. The two began dating during production.

“They cut us out of most of the film, but we thrive in real life,” he wrote critically, reinforced by the hashtags: #GanheiMeuPagamento #GanheiMeuHomem #TudoAcontecePorUmMotivo.

Layne’s comment went viral and made headlines. She herself posted a montage of the backlash on Stories, accompanied by a face emoji hiding her face with her hands.

Some portals pointed out that this was another controversy involving the film. However, the cutscenes are common and also affect the protagonists, as the film undergoes a lot of changes during editing / editing.

The fact that the shadow resounds is a reflection of the circus surrounding the production of “Don’t Worry, Darling”. The news circulated in recent months indicated an alleged quarrel between actress Florence Pugh and director Olivia Wilde, with the right to scream on set, the difference between the salary of the actress and that of actor / singer Harry Styles (who started to hang out with Wilde) and even a story that Styles spat at co-star Chris Pine during the film’s premiere at the Venice Film Festival.

Faced with all this, about 40 professionals of the team, from the screenwriter to the make-up artist, including costume designer, director of photography and set designer, issued a note to deny all the rumors. Everyone praises Wilde as “an incredible leader and director who was present and involved in every aspect of the production”.

The statement also rejects lies written to appeal to the public, stating that “the allegations of unprofessional behavior on the set of ‘Don’t Worry Honey’ are completely false.”

“Don’t Worry, Honey” was released on Thursday (9/21) in Brazilian theaters and topped the US box office over the weekend.

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Source: Terra

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