Ever since her vital success in 2019 with comedy “Booksmart,” Olivia Wilde’s directorial follow-up has been hotly anticipated — particularly as soon as particulars began to emerge about its casting and story. Now a brand new trailer presents an unsettling take a look at the thriller, which Wilde has described as “a love letter to motion pictures that push the boundaries of our creativeness.”
In it, Florence Pugh and Harry Kinds star as a younger married couple who reside in Victory, the experimental, supposedly utopian firm city that homes the boys who work for the top-secret Victory Mission. Whereas their lives appear excellent, cracks in actuality begin to present for Pugh’s Alice, who begins questioning the actual motives behind the venture and the person accountable for it (Chris Pine). Gemma Chan (“The Eternals”), KiKi Layne (“The Outdated Guard”), and Wilde herself all assist as fellow housewives, seemingly of various trustworthiness.
Wilde debuted the footage on the latest CinemaCon, and cited “The Matrix,” “Inception,” and “The Truman Present” as inspiration for the movie, together with psychosexual thrillers “Deadly Attraction” and “Indecent Proposal.”
The script was penned by Katie Silberman (“Booksmart,” “Set It Up”) from a spec by Carey and Shane Van Dyke.
Throughout her presentation, Leisure Weekly experiences that Wilde instructed viewers members: “I turned a director hoping to in the future make a film like this: [one that is] thrilling, actually stunning, equally difficult, and enjoyable, above all else. It’s my ardour venture, my biggest problem, and my third little one, and I’m so grateful to have the ability to be making motion pictures — it’s a privilege I don’t take calmly. I can truthfully say this movie is my dream come true in each facet.”
Wilde additionally has “Good,” a biopic of Olympic gymnast Kerri Strug, and a Spider-Girl film for Marvel on her directing slate. A few of her most up-to-date on-screen credit embrace “Richard Jewell” and “A Vigilante.”
Pugh lately delighted audiences in Marvel’s “Hawkeye” sequence, and has been introduced to star within the upcoming “Dune: Half Two.” She can be set to star in and produce an adaptation of Nita Prose’s novel “The Maid.”
“Don’t Fear Darling” can be in theaters September 23.
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