“Don’t Worry Darling” cinematographer claims it was the most harmonious set he’s ever been on despite reports of chaos behind the scenes.

‘Don’t Worry Darling’ features one of the most harmonious sets

Matthew Libatique expressed his views in the latest episode of the Hollywood Reporter’s “Behind the Screen” podcast. He said, “When I hear that there are rumors of acrimony on the set, I reject it. It was not apparent at all, to be honest.”

Moreover, he said, “From my standpoint, the stories are completely untrue when it comes to being on set. [So] I cannot speak to post-production at all.”

Although the industry veteran has worked on films such as “Requiem for a Dream,” “Black Swan,” and Bradley Cooper’s “A Star Is Born,” he concedes that drama could have brewed after he left.

The 54-years-old remarked, “Whatever happened, it happened way after I left … I was never witness to anything. And I did not feel anything. [So], you know, you get a feeling that there might be something going on, and I did not feel anything.”

Additionally, he praised director Olivia Wilde, saying she “believed in each and everybody on the set.”

Throughout this summer, rumors have swirled about a rift between Olivia Wilde and Florence Pugh. First, several fans noticed that the “Midsommar” star wasn’t promoting “Don’t Worry Darling” on social media.

There were reports in late July that Pugh and Wilde had argued over Wilde’s on-set relationship with Harry Styles.

Their relationship was confirmed in January 2021, shortly after she announced her separation from Jason Sudeikis.

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