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Don’t Worry Darling wraps production as star Florence Pugh and director Olivia Wilde share photos

Filming has wrapped on actress/filmmaker Olivia Wilde’s second feature film, Don’t Worry Darling, starring Florence Pugh and the director’s new beau Harry Styles.

As production would down, Pugh, 25, and Wilde, 36, were both spotted on the set in Los Angeles on Saturday, while they both also took to their respective Instagram pages to share some final thoughts with heartfelt messages.

They also shared some final photos from the set as the new film enters the post-production phase. 

Wrapped: Filming has wrapped on actress/filmmaker Olivia Wilde’s second feature film, Don’t Worry Darling, starring Florence Pugh and the director’s new beau Harry Styles .

On set: As production would down, Pugh, 25, and Wilde, 36, were both spotted on the set in Los Angeles on Saturday, while they both also took to their respective Instagram pages to share some final thoughts with heartfelt messages

On set: As production would down, Pugh, 25, and Wilde, 36, were both spotted on the set in Los Angeles on Saturday, while they both also took to their respective Instagram pages to share some final thoughts with heartfelt messages

Wilde was spotted wearing a stylish yellow knee-length dress as she walked through the set.

Her star Pugh was rocking a pink sweatshirt and matching pink sweatpants with white sneakers.

Both the star and director took to Instagram as well, to share their thoughts and feelings about wrapping their new movie. 

That's a wrap: Filming has wrapped on actress/filmmaker Olivia Wilde's second feature film, Don't Worry Darling, starring Florence Pugh and the director's new beau Harry Styles

That’s a wrap: Filming has wrapped on actress/filmmaker Olivia Wilde’s second feature film, Don’t Worry Darling, starring Florence Pugh and the director’s new beau Harry Styles

Heartfelt: As production would down, Pugh, 25, and Wilde, 36, took to their respective Instagram pages to share some final thoughts with heartfelt messages

Heartfelt: As production would down, Pugh, 25, and Wilde, 36, took to their respective Instagram pages to share some final thoughts with heartfelt messages

Pugh revealed that Saturday was the final day of production on Don’t Worry Darling, a psychological thriller set in the 1950s.

She shared a number of candid photos from the set, along with a lengthy and heartfelt message to her cast and crew. 

‘It’s official, it’s a wrap! Yesterday was our final day on the set of Don’t Worry Darling and I wanted to give you all some insight on who this movie is- these are some of the people who made this movie happen. This is our talented crew,’ Pugh began.

Crew: She shared a number of candid photos from the set, along with a lengthy and heartfelt message to her cast and crew

Crew: She shared a number of candid photos from the set, along with a lengthy and heartfelt message to her cast and crew

Wrap: 'It’s official, it’s a wrap! Yesterday was our final day on the set of Don’t Worry Darling and I wanted to give you all some insight on who this movie is- these are some of the people who made this movie happen. This is our talented crew,' Pugh began

Wrap: ‘It’s official, it’s a wrap! Yesterday was our final day on the set of Don’t Worry Darling and I wanted to give you all some insight on who this movie is- these are some of the people who made this movie happen. This is our talented crew,’ Pugh began

‘The grips, the gaffer, the electrics, set PA’s, sound mixer, prop masters, location scouts, location manager, production designer, art department, crafty, catering, stand ins, stunt coordinator, stunt women, stunt men, medic, COVID compliance officers and managers, camera operators, camera assistants, Director of photography, security, transportation team, script supervisor, hair artists, makeup artists, costume designers, costume dressers, boom operators, producers, writer, Director, 1st AD’s, 2nd AD’s, 3rd AD’s. This list goes on and on and on, the length of the rolling words and names at the end of when watching movie,’ she added.

She went on to address how challenging it was to make a film under strict COVID-19 protocols, though the cast and crew rose to the challenge.

‘We were very aware what it meant when we all agreed to this job. It was a COVID movie. One that could get shut down at any moment and of course, we did,’ she said.

COVID-19: She went on to address how challenging it was to make a film under strict COVID-19 protocols, though the cast and crew rose to the challenge

COVID-19: She went on to address how challenging it was to make a film under strict COVID-19 protocols, though the cast and crew rose to the challenge

Shut down: 'We were very aware what it meant when we all agreed to this job. It was a COVID movie. One that could get shut down at any moment and of course, we did,' she said

Shut down: ‘We were very aware what it meant when we all agreed to this job. It was a COVID movie. One that could get shut down at any moment and of course, we did,’ she said

She added that despite all of the ‘restrictions and guidelines, the cast was ‘energized’ adding they were ‘inspired’ and ‘hard working no matter the circumstances.’

The actress continued that every cast and crew member, ‘delivered their A game and it’s the many long list of names like those above and in the credits at the end of movies that actually get this hard, messy, fun weird job done.’ 

‘So… one final thank you to this amazing crew. You are the best bunch of jammy jammy dodgers and we are so grateful for you! I look forward to watching what we made,’ she concluded.

Energized: She added that despite all of the 'restrictions and guidelines, the cast was 'energized' adding they were 'inspired' and 'hard working no matter the circumstances'

Energized: She added that despite all of the ‘restrictions and guidelines, the cast was ‘energized’ adding they were ‘inspired’ and ‘hard working no matter the circumstances’

Final thanks: 'So... one final thank you to this amazing crew. You are the best bunch of jammy jammy dodgers and we are so grateful for you! I look forward to watching what we made,' she concluded

Final thanks: ‘So… one final thank you to this amazing crew. You are the best bunch of jammy jammy dodgers and we are so grateful for you! I look forward to watching what we made,’ she concluded

Director Wilde also shared a snap of her, rocking a black hoodie from the Los Angeles restaurant The Apple Pan, and Pugh embracing while watching footage.

‘To work with an actor as talented and brave as @florencepugh is any director’s dream. I will forever be grateful for you, Flo,’ Wilde began.

‘It was an honor to be your captain. Can’t wait for the world to see the astonishing work you’ve put into this movie,’ she continued.

The director then compared her skills to Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep, adding, ‘Tom Cruise run + Meryl skills = THE FLO.’

She also gave a ‘special thanks to no one for telling me a i had tape stuck to my butt in this moment. I LOVE YOU, DON’T WORRY DARLING.’

Director and star: Filming has wrapped on actress/filmmaker Olivia Wilde's second feature film, Don't Worry Darling, starring Florence Pugh and the director's new beau Harry Styles

Director and star: Filming has wrapped on actress/filmmaker Olivia Wilde’s second feature film, Don’t Worry Darling, starring Florence Pugh and the director’s new beau Harry Styles


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