Olivia Wilde doesn’t need Stephen Colbert to fret about the varied rumors surrounding her new film.
The Don’t Fear Darling director is a visitor on CBS’ The Late Present on Wednesday (Sept. 21) forward of the Warner Bros. movie’s launch this Friday. In a preview clip posted to the present’s Twitter account, Wilde discusses the so-called “Spit-Gate” hypothesis that had surrounded a viral video and led social media customers to query whether or not Harry Types spat on co-star Chris Pine throughout the movie’s premiere screening earlier this month on the Venice Movie Pageant.
“One other one among our bizarre rumors, Spit-Gate, which you might need heard about, is I believe…” Wilde stated earlier than Colbert lower her off.
The host made it clear he had wished to ask Wilde concerning the furor and appeared to learn from his notecard: “Did Harry Types spit on Chris Pine? Why or why not? Help your reply.”
Wilde laughed and replied, “No, he didn’t. However I believe it’s an ideal instance of, like, individuals will search for drama anyplace they will. Harry didn’t spit on Chris, in actual fact…”
Colbert once more interrupted her to quip, “Solely time will inform.”
The movie has been the main target of a lot dialogue, together with hypothesis a few rumored rift between Wilde and star Florence Pugh. Wilde and Types began courting after manufacturing on the thriller started.
Pine’s workforce beforehand issued a press release emphatically denying that Types spat on him. Moreover, Types poked enjoyable on the debate throughout a current efficiency at Madison Sq. Backyard.
The Late Present airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on CBS.
This text was initially revealed by The Hollywood Reporter.