Harry Styles was present on “Late Night Talking” with his “Don’t Worry Darling” director Olivia Wilde about the film’s music.
It turns out that in the script of the thriller, the writer used a “trigger song” to haunt Styles in his role as Jack as well as his spouse Alice (Florence Pugh) while they traverse the dark and sinister suburbs of the 1950s.
“In the course of preparation, Harry called me and asked me, ‘What’s your trigger song? What’s the melody I replied I don’t know. I’m going to different authors to help me write the melody. Do you have any ideas in your thoughts? ‘” director Wilde revealed to Variety. “And he said, ‘I’ll think about it.’ Five minutes later, he sent me a demo from his piano, and it was what ended up in the film.”
Wilde added “He came to me, and asked, ‘What’s the matter do you think of this?’ I thought, ‘Yeah That’s it. That’s it. That’s insane to do this in just five minutes. ‘”
But there is a sense that some of the excitement surrounding the film seems to have waned in some of the fans following an advertisement clip posted on social networks featuring a sequence with Styles Pugh and Styles Pugh.
As of the date of this writing this, the video has garnered more than 2.2 million views, but the comments accompanying it are not exactly laudatory regarding Styles the performance and, in particular his accent.
The director of the film, Olivia Wilde, previously stated that this scene was one of her top priorities in film because she wanted the audience to “realize how rarely they see female hunger, and specifically this type of female pleasure.”