Olivia Wilde is making an attempt to set the narrative straight — like director ought to.
“He didn’t,” Wilde told Stephen Colbert Wednesday on “The Late Show.” “However I believe it’s an ideal instance of like, individuals will search for drama anyplace they will. Harry didn’t spit on Chris, actually.”
“That’s precisely what I imply although,” Wilde responded. “Individuals can have a look at a video that exhibits proof of somebody not spitting on another person they usually’ll nonetheless see what they need to see, and that’s the creation of drama. And that’s clickbait.”
Wilde advised Colbert that Pugh was “sensational.”
“I’ve nothing however respect for Florence’s expertise,” Wilde stated. “She’s unbelievable, she’s on the set of her film ‘Dune’ proper now and like, there’s nothing cooler than a busy actress. I’ve nothing in opposition to her for any cause.”
“I believe what’s humorous is like, I don’t really feel like my male directing colleagues are answering questions on their solid,” stated Wilde. “They’re actually not.”