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Harry Styles looks deep in thought in intimate pics alongside Olivia Wilde at NYC premiere
When the pair began their romance, Olivia had just come out of an eight year marriage with ex Jason Sudeikis, with whom she shares two children. Olivia stars in the film as Bunny, a married mother-of-two who loves a drink. Meanwhile, Harry portrays Jack, an ambitious workaholic alongside Florence Pugh, who plays wife Alice Chambers. The film is a psychological thriller revolving around a married couple in the '50s whose relationship begins to suffer after Alice discovers cracks in her husband’s work life. It comes after footage emerged of Harry refusing to stand next to his other half during a red carpet event earlier this month. In the Twitter video, the singer is seen politely declining a request to stand next to Olivia on the red carpet.The video shows Olivia, Harry, and his castmates lining up for a group photo at the Venice Film Festival.Harry is seen taking his position between co-stars Gemma Chan and Sydney Chandler before a staff member gestures for him to move to stand next to Olivia.The Dunkirk actor seems to refuse, remaining in his position on the red carpet between his co-stars.A report from Page Six in July claimed that Florence was upset that Olivia was getting intimate with Harry so soon after her split with Jason.The source claimed: "I can tell you for a fact that Flo seeing Olivia and Harry all over each other on set did not go down well."Adding further fuel to these claims, Florence had barely promoted Don't Worry Darling at the time, sparking more rumours of a friction between the cast.Florence did fly in for the Venice premiere earlier this month, but missed the photoshoot and press conference for the film.The reason Olivia gave when asked about Florence's absence was that she was filming her next
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Harry Styles 'refused' to stand next to Olivia Wilde amid 'split' speculation
Harry Styles appears to have refused to stand next to Olivia Wilde as their film Don't Worry Darling debuted at Venice Film Festival.The pair were joined by the likes of Florence Pugh, Gemma Chan, Nick Kroll, Chris Pine and Sydney Chandler as they graced the red carpet for the prestigious event.Despite the film being titled Don't Worry Darling, some fans have speculated that there may be a worry with reports suggesting Harry and his rumoured girlfriend Olivia have parted ways.READ MORE: Harry Styles fans go wild as star kisses male co-star at Venice Film FestivalIn recent months, the film has been plagued by rumours of a rift between Florence and director Olivia – which the latter recently refused to comment on.Now, it appears it's not as sunny for Harry and Olivia with a video which has gone viral showing Harry declining the opportunity to stand alongside the mum-of-two.Harry greets Nick who is standing next to Olivia before a member of her team chases after Harry and attempts to reposition him amongst the lineup.However, the Holmes Chapel born star refused the invitation and instead, opted to stand alongside his long-term pal Gemma and Sydney as they posed for photographs.Harry and Olivia also arrived in Venice alone while also rocking up to the glitzy premiere alone.Shortly after the clip surfaced online, fans took to social media to share their thoughts with one writing: "I need to know why Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles have split. That whole film premiere was awkward as s**t.""There's rumours that Harry and Olivia split up too at some point in all the drama.
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Harry Styles' fans left in uproar as he 'refuses to stand next to girlfriend Olivia Wilde'
Twitter video, the singer is seen politely declining a request to stand next to his girlfriend on the red carpet.Harry and Olivia attended the Venice Film Festival premiere of their new movie Don't Worry Darling.The singer turned actor plays the lead role in the movie, while Olivia directs and also stars.In a new viral clip shared on Twitter, Harry can be seen turning down a request from a member of Olivia's team for him to switch positions on last night's red carpet.The video shows Olivia, Harry, and his castmates lining up for a group photo in front of the world's cameras.Harry is seen taking his position between co-stars Gemma Chan and Sydney Chandler before a staff member gestures for him to move to stand next to Olivia.Harry seems to refuse, staying in position between his co-stars.Harry and Olivia fell for each other on the set of Don't Worry Darling last year.The singer got the role in the Hollywood movie after the original actor Shia LaBeouf needed to be replaced.The pair were seen holding hands at his agent's wedding in January last year, shortly after her split from Jason Sudeikis.Since then the couple have rarely appeared in public together or spoken about their relationship.There has been several rumours on the Don't Worry Darling set hitting the surface in recent months.A report from Page Six in July claimed that Florence was upset that Olivia was getting intimate with Harry so soon after her split with Jason.The source claimed: "I can tell you for a fact that Flo seeing Olivia and Harry all over each other on set did not go down well."Adding further fuel to these claims, Florence has barely promoted Don't Worry Darling, sparking more rumours of a friction between the cast.Florence did fly in for the Venice
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Watch the trailer for Danny Boyle’s new Sex Pistols series, ‘Pistol’
Sex Pistols TV series, Pistol, has been released – check it out below.Created and written by Craig Pearce and directed by Danny Boyle, the six-episode show is set to premiere on Disney+ on May 31.Pistol is based on Steve Jones‘ memoir Lonely Boy: Tales From A Sex Pistol and features a cast of newcomers, including Toby Wallace as Jones, Jacob Slater as Paul Cook, Anson Boon as John Lydon and Christian Lees as Glen Matlock.Arriving today (April 4) the brief official trailer for Pistol – titled ‘Destroy’ – sees Boon’s Lydon tell his bandmates that “the monarchy has stolen our future” before we hear of the start of “a youth revolution”.Elsewhere, there are snippets of the Sex Pistols performing onstage as well as a recreation of the moment that the band signed their record deal with A&M outside of Buckingham Palace.Check out the trailer here:An official synopsis for Pistol describes the show as being about “a rock and roll revolution”, reading: “The furious, raging storm at the centre of this revolution are the Sex Pistols– and at the centre of this series is Sex Pistols’ founding member and guitarist, Steve Jones.“Jones’ hilarious, emotional and at times heart-breaking journey guides us through a kaleidoscopic telling of three of the most epic, chaotic and mucus-spattered years in the history of music.”It continues: “This is the story of a band of spotty, noisy, working-class kids with ‘no future,’ who shook the boring, corrupt Establishment to its core, threatened to bring down the government and changed music and culture forever.”Pistol also stars Louis Partridge as Sid Vicious, Sydney Chandler as Chrissie Hynde, Talulah Riley as Vivienne Westwood, Maisie Williams as punk icon Jordan, Emma Appleton as Nancy Spungen and
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Sex Pistols announce new compilation ‘The Original Recordings’
Sex Pistols have announced details of a new 20-track compilation – get all the details on ‘The Original Recordings’ below.The new release, set to come out on May 27 via UMG, collates 20 of the band’s biggest hits from their iconic 1976-78 era, when they became the most exciting band on the planet.‘The Original Recordings’ is coming out as a companion to Pistol, Danny Boyle’s new Disney+ series on the Sex Pistols, which received a May 31 release date yesterday.See mock-ups of the new release and its full tracklist below. It’s available to pre-order on CD, LP and cassette formats.1. ‘Pretty Vacant’ 2. ‘God Save The Queen’ 3. ‘Bodies’ 4. ‘No Feelings’ 5. ‘I Wanna Be Me’ 6. ‘Anarchy In The UK’ 7. ‘Submission’ 8. ‘No Fun’ 9. ‘(I’m Not Your) Stepping Stone’ 10. ‘Holidays In The Sun’ 11. ‘New York’ 12. ‘Problems’ 13. ‘Lonely Boy’ 14. ‘Silly Thing’ 15. ‘Something Else’ 16. ‘C’Mon Everybody’ 17. ‘Satellite’ 18. ‘Did You No Wrong’ 19. ‘Substitute’ 20. ‘My Way’Created and written by Craig Pearce and directed by Danny Boyle, the six-episode series Pistol is based on Steve Jones‘ memoir Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol and boasts a cast of newcomers, including Toby Wallace as Jones, Jacob Slater as Paul Cook, Anson Boon as John Lydon and Christian Lees as Glen Matlock.Pistol also features Louis Partridge as Sid Vicious, Sydney Chandler as Chrissie Hynde, Talulah Riley as Vivienne Westwood, Maisie Williams as punk icon Jordan, Emma Appleton as Nancy Spungen and Thomas Brodie-Sangster as Malcolm McLaren.An official synopsis for Pistol, described as being about “a rock and roll revolution”, reads: “The furious, raging storm at the centre of this revolution are the Sex Pistols– and at the centre of this series is Sex Pistols’ founding
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