Florence Pugh hails ‘charming’ writer of ‘Don’t Worry, Darling’ | entertainment

Florence Pugh was hailed as “so bright” and “charming” and made for the role of Alice in Don’t Worry, Darling.

The 26-year-old actress and Harry Styles – the boyfriend of director Olivia Wilde – play the seemingly happy couple Alice and Jack Chambers, but their life begins to crack when she becomes interested in a mysterious company where Jack works.

And the film’s screenwriter Cathy Silberman says the Little Women star is perfect for the character.

She told SFX magazine: “We knew the whole movie lived and died on our care and love for Alice.

“So we’re extremely lucky to have Florence in this role because she’s so bright.

“She’s just so adorable and sweet and bubbly, but also very smart and very tough and brave.”

People also read…

The screenwriter added: “We knew the role would require all those things that are hard to find in one person, and she has them.

“The performance it delivers is beyond a writer’s wildest dreams.”

She also praised Chris Pine, who also stepped into his role as Frank.

Cathy says the film, which hits theaters on September 23, is unlike anything she’s seen before.

She said: “I think it’s exciting, sexy and beautiful.

“I’m glad people will see this and be able to have these conversations afterwards.

“And to see something that I don’t think they’ve ever seen before.”

Source link