Olivia Wilde commands attention in sexy red suit as she steps out in NYC
She’s been generating headlines ever since she got caught up in controversy over her new movie Don’t Worry Darling.
But Olivia Wilde really wasn’t missing on Tuesday night.
The actress, 38, looked her best in a bold red suit as she headed to downtown Manhattan.
Red or not! Olivia Wilde looked her best in a bold red blazer as she headed to downtown Manhattan amid the Don’t Worry Darling drama
The gorgeous suit had a plunging neckline that flashed a hint of cleavage and billowy pants that hid her shoes.
Her dark brown locks cascaded down in voluminous waves and a trace of makeup made her natural beauty stand out even more.
She beamed with joy as she ventured out with a can of Coca-Cola with a chic black wallet on her arm.
Olivia was also spotted in Manhattan earlier that day after a workout.
Suits her! Wilde beamed with joy as she ventured into the evening
The Drinking Buddies actress wore a blue New York Dolls tank top, black leggings and sunglasses.
She seemed deep in thought as she strode through the concrete jungle in her sneakers.
A bright red tote bag slung over her shoulder as she carried her cellphone.
The latest sightings come after more drama developed following the New York premiere of Don’t Worry Darling.
Never let them see you sweat! Wilde was also spotted leaving a training class in NYC on Tuesday
While Olivia, her boyfriend Harry Style and co-co-stars Gemma Chan and Sydney Chandler were all in attendance, stars Florence Pugh and Chris Pine were noticeably absent from the red carpet.
Once again, Styles and Wilde seemed eager to shake off any sign of upset, though the pair saw several intense glances exchanged on the red carpet, with the singer-turned-actor at one point appearing to be staring at his girlfriend with a furrowed brow – the only sign of distress that was visible all evening.
Pugh and Pine’s absence from the red carpet event comes in the wake of multiple reports of on-set fallouts between the film’s stars, director Wilde, and actor Shia LaBeouf – who was initially cast alongside Pugh in the male lead.
Just the essentials! A bright red tote bag slung over her shoulder as she carried her cellphone
The first controversy arose after Styles and Wilde made their relationship public when they were seen holding hands at a California wedding in January 2021, following weeks of speculation that the pair was an item.
However, eyebrows had been raised about how quickly Wilde had moved on with her ex-fiancé, Ted Lasso star Jason Sudeikis, from whom she split in November 2020.
Wilde recently hit out at claims that there was a crossover in her relationships, telling Vanity Fair magazine, “The complete idea that I left Jason for Harry is completely inaccurate.
Something to worry about? The latest sightings come after more drama was generated after the NYC premiere of Don’t Worry Darling on Monday
“Like any relationship that ends, this one doesn’t end overnight. Unfortunately Jason and I had a very bumpy road and we officially disbanded the relationship at the start of the pandemic.”
That split became the source of more scandal when Wilde received legal papers for the couple’s custody battle over their two children, Otis, eight, and Daisy, five, in front of hundreds of spectators during a talk at CinemaCon in Las Vegas in April, a move that later labeled them as “aggressive” and “threatening.”
Then Wilde became embroiled in a bitter battle of words with LaBeouf, after claiming she fired him from the project over concerns about his “belligerentness,” claiming she made the decision out of a desire to “protect” leading lady Pugh. .
However, LaBeouf hit back at the director’s claims, claiming that he actually got out of the movie because he didn’t feel like he’d had enough time to rehearse with the rest of the cast — while sharing text conversations with Wilde that seemed to serve as evidence for his side of the argument.
A penny for your thoughts? The pair exchanged several tense looks on the red carpet of the NYC premiere
Claims of an on-set feud between Wilde and Pugh also continued to haunt the film’s release, with sources suggesting 26-year-old Pugh felt “uncomfortable” about the director’s committed relationship with Styles.
“Flo seeing Olivia and Harry walking over each other on set didn’t go well because Olivia was still with Jason when she first made contact with Harry,” an insider claimed. Page six.
“Jason and the kids visited Olivia on set a few times in the beginning, so I think people felt a little uncomfortable because of that.”
Pugh then admitted in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar that she was unhappy with the way the film’s trailer emphasized the sex scenes in the film, saying that she felt the Don’t Worry clip had “reduced” Darling to its most graphical aspects.
Critics Don’t Win: To add insult to injury, all the scandal surrounding the film seems to have done little to convince the critics; Don’t Worry Darling currently has a dismal 34 percent (out of 64 reviews) rating on Rotten Tomatoes
“If it’s reduced to your sex scenes, or watching the most famous man in the world take someone down, that’s not why we do it. It’s not why I’m in this industry,” she said. “Of course, the nature of hiring the most famous pop star in the world, you’re going to have conversations like that. That’s just not what I’m going to discuss because [this movie is] bigger and better than that. And the people who made it are bigger and better than that.”
In one of the more bizarre twists and turns in the Don’t Worry Darling saga, a video from the Venice Film Festival next appeared in which Styles appeared to spit on his co-star Pine as he sat down at a screening of the film on September 5.
The clip showed Styles moving to his seat next to Chris, who was already clapping, before stopping immediately and frowning as his opponent approached. Despite thousands of viewers insisting they had seen Styles “spit” on Pine, a representative for the latter later spoke out vehemently to deny that “spit” had taken place.
To add insult to injury, all the scandal surrounding the film seems to have done little to convince the critics; Don’t Worry Darling currently has a dismal 35 percent rating (out of 80 reviews) on Rotten Tomatoes.