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“Don’t Worry Darling” HD Screen Captures

Flo’s first movie of this year Don’t Worry Darling is now out on home release and I found some time to make HD screen captures for the site. Flo stars as Alice a 1950’s house wife to Harry Styles Jack in the town Victory but all is not what it looks like. I have to say it was hard to get through this movie and it took me 3 days to do it for the site as it was so boring, the twist was good but way to late and the last part was just so rushed it was not funny, Flo was the heart and soul of this movie and her acing is what makes it thats for sure, she is giving it her all and it shows the rest not so much other then Chris Pine. In total a good idea for the movie and nice twist but very poorly execute by Olivia Wilde in the end it was all a big let down of a film. But I have added in full HD screen captures to the site from it so enjoy!

Frist Reviews For Flo In “Don’t Worry Darling” Are In

rottentomatoes – Florence Pugh could land another Oscar nomination for her performance in Don’t Worry Darling, if the movie as a whole isn’t dismissed by audiences. From its Venice Film Festival premiere, the first reviews of the twisty, feminist sci-fi drama mostly highlight Pugh as its revelatory saving grace, or close enough. This stylish sophomore directorial effort from actress-turned-filmmaker Olivia Wilde (Booksmart) is also said to look great and offer a debatably entertaining turn by pop star Harry Styles, and it will get people talking, whether the third act works or not.

– Florence Pugh shines in a tour de force leading performance… even better than her part in Midsommar, which is saying something. – Lex Briscuso, Film School Rejects

– One of star Florence Pugh’s best performances yet… She’s the film’s unmitigated highlight. – Kate Erbland, IndieWire

= In this she graduates to fully fledged movie star – poised, glamorous and bogglingly beautiful, yet also emotionally right beside you, and lifting every scene with sparklingly smart choices. – Robbie Collin, Daily Telegraph

– With her finely calibrated mixture of ferocity and doubt, Pugh grounds the film as a woman who won’t be gaslit but may find that the alternatives are even worse. – Steve Pond, The Wrap

– None of Darling works at all without such a committed performance from Pugh. She brings it her all like she’s in an old-fashioned Hitchcockian thriller. – Brian Formo, Collider

– Pugh, like she’s done with Black Widow, Midsommar and others, continues to make everything she’s in better – and, boy howdy, it’s needed here. – Brian Truitt, USA Today

– The normally excellent Pugh has not been interestingly directed, certainly not compared with her work in broadly comparable movies such as Midsommar or The Falling. – Peter Bradshaw, Guardian


-Everything around Pugh manages to fall flat in comparison. – Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm

-Pugh makes a meal of Alice and, frankly, everyone else. Her many co-stars turn in serviceable performances with occasional bits of brilliance, but no one comes close to her. – Kate Erbland, IndieWire

-It’s her movie, even if actor Styles gets to turn into pop star Harry Styles (a role in which he seems more comfortable) and dance on a big stage in one particularly boisterous scene. – Steve Pond, The Wrap

Florence Pugh to skip Don’t Worry Darling’s New York premiere

independent – Florence Pugh will reportedly skip the New York premiere of Don’t Worry Darling.

The psychological thriller – directed by Olivia Wilde and starring Pugh opposite Harry Styles – which debuted at the Venice Film Festival on Monday (7 September), will make its way to the US for its premiere on 19 September.

While Pugh skipped the earlier Venice press conference, Warner Bros has now confirmed to Rolling Stone that Pugh will not be in attendance during the New York Q&A session with the rest of the cast.

The film studio cited the reason being that the actor will be in Budapest filming for her upcoming role in Dune: Part Two.

As Pugh already left the Dune set once to attend the Venice world premiere, director Denis Villeneuve apparently can’t lose her again.

“Don’t Worry Darling” Movie Stills & On Set Photos

Not long now till Don’t Worry Darling comes out and the updates keep coming for it, This time with a ton of new Movie Stills and On Set photos from the movie. All have been added in to the gallery for you all.

“Don’t Worry Darling” Screen Captures: Online Featurette – Promise Of Victory

The first featurette for Flo’s new movie Don’t Worry Darling is out called Promise Of Victory. We have a little interview with Flo and some behind the scenes footage.

“Don’t Worry Darling” 79th Venice International Film Festival

After missing the press junket thanks to her filming her new movie Dune 2 Florence did find some time to make the premier for Don’t Worry Darling at the 79th Venice International Film Festival. Her date for the event was Granny Pat and you can just see the love she has for Florence in these photos as well Flo did some photos with the rest of the cast and looks to be having a great time out there. Over 400+ HQ photos from the event are up in the gallery for you all.

“Don’t Worry Darling” Movie Stills

And the updates on Florence’s new movies keep coming this time with her other movie that is coming out this year Don’t Worry Darling and two new Movie Stills being released and you can find them in the gallery now.

All the films set to feature at Venice Film Festival 2022 – from Don’t Worry Darling to Blonde

Metro – Venice Film Festival has officially announced its line-up and fans are in for a treat.

Highly-anticipated films including Don’t Worry Darling, starring Harry Styles, and Marilyn Monroe biopic Blonde, will premiere at the annual festival.

Due to begin on August 31 and run until September 10, the festival will see celebs descend upon Venice to celebrate some of the best upcoming films.

Another highly-anticipated premiere will be Olivia Wilde’s psychological thriller Don’t Worry Darling, starring hitmaker Harry alongside Florence Pugh. While it’s premiering at the festival, it is not included in the competition section.

“Don’t Worry Darling” Official Trailer #2

Two weeks ago a new trailer for Florence’s new upcoming movie Don’t Worry Darling came out. The trailer had a lot of new clips in it and I do have to say I am very intrigue by the concept of this film. You can watch the trailer below and find HQ screen caps from it in the gallery.

A 1950s housewife living with her husband in a utopian experimental community begins to worry that his glamorous company may be hiding disturbing secrets.

“Don’t Worry Darling” Official Trailer

The first look at Florence’s new movie Don’t Worry Darling by Director Olivia Wilde first official trailer is here at last and my god is it a amazing look at the movie and it’s crazy out there storyline, And yes from the trailer this is 1000% Florence’s movie and co-stars her Marvel fam Gemma Chan & Harry Styles, Chris Pine who she worked with before, Olivia Wilde, Nick Kroll, Kate Berlant, KiKi Layne and more. The movie is set for release in the 23rd September 2022. You can watch the trailer below and find HQ screen caps from it in the gallery.

A 1950s housewife living with her husband in a utopian experimental community begins to worry that his glamorous company may be hiding disturbing secrets.

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