halfway ) Don’t worry, honey has a disturbing party scene in an already disturbing movie: a frenzied Chris Pine on stage, incensed A group of corporate men in tuxedos and forcing Harry Styles to click dance like a trained monkey, while Florence Pugh’s Alice begins to fall apart. In stark contrast to the macho, however, is the hilarious queen Dita von Tees, who made a sparkling cameo in a soap-bubble life-size champagne glass topped with a giant strawberry.
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When Arianne called you, what did she tell you about the movie?
…if it’s a man. This is what I’ve been thinking too. It wouldn’t be a problem if the director was a man and it was like… you know, everything happened. Anyway, I’m not private…I only watched the movie for one day, so I don’t know it all, but I just watched [all the movie coverage] going on, oh, so weird. Will this be a good movie? Now that it’s the #1 movie in the country, people can’t stop talking about it. I know I don’t have a bad taste in movies, and I enjoy it, whether I’m part of it or not.
What was it like being directed by Olivia Wilde?
I think [Olivia] wanted to associate it with those Busby Berkeley type girls in blond wigs who were in weird flashback events.