“Don’t Worry Baby” trailer stars Florence Pugh and Harry Styles

Warner Bros. released. First Trailer for “Don’t Worry Darling” Olivia WildeThe new psychological thriller starring Florence Boge And Harry Stiles. trailer for the first time at CinemaCon but now available online. Pugh plays Alice, a housewife in an experimental fictional society who is married to Jack, played by Styles. Alice’s life is revealed after she learns the disturbing truth behind her adorable husband’s luscious companionship.

Besides Pugh and Styles, the star-studded cast includes Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, Kiki Laine, Sydney Chandler, and Nick Kroll. Wilde will also play a supporting role in addition to directing the film. Although Pugh will be the main character in the film, the film features the distinction of Styles’ first major acting role outside of “One Direction”-related content. The 28-year-old pop star, who received three nominations and one win at the 2021 Grammys for his album “Fine Line”, had a small role in 2017’s “Dunkirk”.

The official “Don’t Worry Baby” synopsis from Warner Bros. read: “Alice (Bog) and Jack (Stiles) are fortunate to live in Victory, an experimental company town that shelters men working on a top-secret Victorian project and their families. Life is perfect, with Each resident’s needs are met by the company. All they ask in return is an unquestioned commitment to the cause of victory. But when cracks in their idyllic lives begin to appear, revealing flashes of something far more sinister lurking beneath the alluring facade, Alice can’t help wondering. what they do in the game of victory, and why. Just how much would Alice wish her to lose to expose what is really going on in Heaven?”

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Wilde claims to be inspired by the psycho-sexual thrillers “Deadly Attraction” and the film’s “Indecent Suggestion”. The film is Wilde’s second directorial project after her critically acclaimed teen comedy “Booksmart,” starring Kaitlyn Dever and Penny Feldstein, which was released in 2019. Wilde also cited the films “Inception,” “The Matrix,” and “The Truman Show” as sources. for inspiration While speaking at CinemaCon. She describes the film as “a love letter to films that push the boundaries of our imaginations”.

“I want you to imagine a life where you have everything you want,” Wilde said. “Not just the tangible, material things… like a beautiful home, perfect weather, and great cars. But also the really important things, like true love or the perfect partner or true trusting friendships and purpose that seems meaningful.”

“Don’t Worry Baby” premieres in theaters on September 23. Watch the full trailer below.

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