Shia LaBeouf Responds To Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry Darling ‘Combative Energy’ Claims


Don’t Worry Darling, the latest film from actor/director Olivia Wilde has been receiving a lot of attention as of late but mostly due to a few controversies involving its cast. By now, it’s been well documented that Shia LaBeouf was originally set to co-lead the film alongside Florence Pugh, though it was later reported that he was no longer part of the production. Wilde initially stated that LaBeouf had been fired and, in an interview that dropped last month, she doubled down on that, saying that his process involved a “combative energy.” The actor later refuted the claims and, now, he’s provided another response.

Shortly after Olivia Wilde’s interview dropped, Shia LaBeouf shared a number of emails and screenshots of texts sent between him and the director. At the time, LaBeouf said that his firing “never took place” and that he left the movie because he didn’t feel like he had an adequate amount of time to rehearse. In a statement, he also asked Wilde to “correct the narrative as best you can.” LaBeouf more recently spoke with THR and was asked about the “combative energy” claims. In that case, the star kept his comments on the matter brief: 

It is what it is — every blessing to her and her film.



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