The shooting for ‘Don’t worry darling’, a film directed by Olivia Wilde (36), has to be stopped. Due to a corona infection in the crew, the shooting days have been postponed for fourteen days.
The production company took several measures for the recordings. For example, the crew, which includes actors Florence Pugh, Chris Pine and Harry Styles, was regularly tested for corona preventively. It is not clear which of the crew tested positive.
Few details about the film, which will be shot in Los Angeles, are public. It is known to be a psychological thriller set in California in the 1950s. A housewife is followed who makes a special discovery about her seemingly perfect life.
Production for Olivia Wilde’s #DontWorryDarling is confirmed to be shut down for 14 days after “someone who was in close enough proximity with the main cast tested positive for COVID-19”. (via @DEADLINE) pic.twitter.com/LszFtwE8R9— Florence Pugh Daily (@bestofpugh) November 5, 2020
Not only is the cast risking the possibility of contracting the virus, but so is the production, the extras, and the medical professionals who were on set. We hope for everyone to return healthy and safe. #DontWorryDarling— ᴅᴏɴ’ᴛ ᴡᴏʀʀʏ ᴅᴀʀʟɪɴɢ sᴘᴏɪʟᴇʀs (@DWDspoilers) November 5, 2020