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    Olivia Wilde Just Responded To All The "Don't Worry Darling" Drama That Went Down During The Venice Premiere

    "We worked too hard, and went through too much together."

    Olivia Wilde is speaking out for the first time about all that Don't Worry Darling drama that went down in Venice.

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    The entire cast may have only been at the film festival for a few days in total but pretty much everything they did made headlines.

    The cast poses at the premiere

    Between Florence Pugh's late arrival, Harry Styles and Olivia's total lack of interaction, and that alleged spitting incident, there was a lot of talk about the cast.

    The cast sits watching the movie

    But despite all the internet rumors, Olivia says she's not letting anything get to her — or affect how she feels about the movie.

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    "No amount of internet bullying can cause me to question my belief in a movie made collectively by so many brilliant people," Olivia said in a statement to Vanity Fair after the premiere.

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    She continued, "We worked too hard, and went through too much together, to be derailed by something that really has nothing to do with filmmaking."

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    Olivia also once again addressed rumors that she's been feuding with Florence, after previously saying she didn't feel the need to deny them during a press conference at the festival.

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    "Florence’s performance in this film is astounding," Olivia said. "It’s just baffling to me that the media would rather focus on baseless rumors and gossip, thereby overshadowing her profound talent."

    She continued, "She deserves more than that. As does the movie, and everyone who worked so hard on it."

    A closeup of Florence

    Florence has still not spoken out about the drama — but she reportedly won't be attending the film's premiere in New York.

    You can read all that Olivia had to say here.