Olivia Wilde Reportedly Fired Shia LaBeouf From Her Upcoming Movie ‘Don’t Fear Darling’ – Right here’s Why!
At the start, Shia LaBeouf should star in a lead role in Don’t Worry Darling! Back in September, the actor was not replaced by anyone other than Harry Styles in the upcoming film, but not much has been revealed about the reason why until now!
According to an inside report from Variety, the film’s director, Olivia Wilde, dismissed LaBeouf from the highly anticipated project!
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This comes after some initial reports claimed there were some planning conflicts.
However, the Variety insider noted that although the film has not yet started shooting, Shia was released early. The reasons given were that he “behaved badly and his style also collided with the cast and crew”.
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The source continued, “He’s not easy to work with,” but those involved in the project, including the director herself, have a “zero-hole policy.”
Apparently they just found the actor “repulsive” and couldn’t see themselves working harmoniously with him, which is why he was removed from the cast.
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And sure, a few weeks ago when FKA Twigs sued her ex for alleged sexual and emotional sexual assault and assault, Wilde quickly showed the other woman her support!
The next day after filing the lawsuit, the actress and director wrote in her IG Stories: “Love, respect, support, FKA branches.”
Meanwhile, LaBeouf emailed the New York Times insisting that most of the allegations against him were “not true,” despite admitting that his behavior was wrong.
He wrote: “I have no excuses for my alcoholism or aggression, just rationalizations. I have abused myself and everyone around me for years. I’ve hurt people closest to me in the past. I am ashamed of this story and I feel sorry for those I have hurt. I can’t really say anything else. ‘