Olivia Wilde unquestionably doesn't look stressed, sweetheart. The chief was seen grinning while at the same time landing in Italy for the impending debut of her new film, "Don't Worry Darling,"

at the Venice Film Festival - regardless of the continuous show that has been standing out as truly newsworthy for quite a long time. Her sweetheart Harry Styles — who stars inverse Florence

Pugh in the psycho-spine chiller — was additionally captured on Sunday, however it seems they showed up independently. Wilde, 38, paralyzed in a cream coat and matching pants, which

she got into a couple of dark cowpoke boots. She finished the look with a couple of dull shades and her featured braids styled in free waves. In the mean time, Styles, 28, looked stylish in a purple

Gucci coat, green sweater vest and light wash Levis. The previous One Direction heart breaker decorated with white shoes, curiously large earthy colored shades and three creature print packs.

The film's driving woman, 26-year-old Pugh, showed up on a personal luxury plane in front of Monday's honorary pathway. Be that as it may, she will purportedly skirt the public interview.

Reps for the celebration told Variety she will join Wilde, Styles, Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, Kiki Layne and Nick Kroll at the debut, yet won't be partaking in that frame of mind with them.

The occasion comes seven days after a video arose of Wilde alluding to Pugh as "Miss Flo" while asking Shia LaBeouf - whom she initially cast in Styles' job - to return to the film.

"I figure this may be somewhat of a reminder for Miss Flo, and I want to find out whether you're available to offering this a chance with me, with us," she said in the spilled video, alluding to

a conflict between the troubled entertainer and the film's lead entertainer. "On the off chance that she truly carries out, assuming she truly places her brain and heart into it right now, and

on the off chance that you all can reconcile — and I regard your perspective, I regard hers — however on the off chance that you folks can make it happen, what is your take?" Wilde recently let

Variety know that LaBeouf, 36, was purportedly cut from the task and supplanted by her now-beau to keep other cast individuals "protected" from his "confrontational energy." LaBeouf, who was blamed

for maltreatment in 2021 and has since looked for treatment, denied Wilde's charges, asserting he really quit the film. "Terminating me never occurred, Olivia," LaBeouf claimed in a proclamation

to Variety. "And keeping in mind that I completely comprehend the allure of pushing that story in light of the ongoing social scene, the social cash that brings. It isn't reality."

Pugh still can't seem to freely address the most recent show including LaBeouf and the film, which hits theaters Sept. 23. www.viralfactz.com