Don’t Worry Darling, the American psychological drama and thriller directed by Olivia Wilde, won “The Best Drama Movie 2022” in the People’s Choice Award, recently held on December 6, in Los Angeles. Various celebrities appeared on the red carpet at the award ceremony, including Olivia Wilde, the director who received the award for her film “Don’t Worry Darling.”
Oliva Wilde’s Speech
Olivia sparkled on the red carpet wearing a sheer black Christian Dior gown in her first significant red carpet appearance following her breakup with the As It Was singer. Before that, Wilde went to the Governors Awards 2022 and showed off her gorgeous post-breakup style there.
Olivia's speech upon receiving the Best Drama Movie award for Don't Worry Darling 🥺pic.twitter.com/kVEkKtY1Mb— Olivia Wilde Updates (@WildeUpdates) December 7, 2022
The singer who performed the major part alongside Florence Pugh in the movie Doesn’t Worry Darling was thanked by the actress-director, who had just ended her relationship with Harry Styles. In his moving address, Wilde stated that It went without saying that this award belonged to the entire production, not just her, and it was an honor to accept it on behalf of the whole Don’t Worry Darling family.
She added, “We made this in 2020 when we weren’t confident that audiences would return to theatres,” and they came during the epidemic to create something they hoped people would come to see, and you did. And they were very, so appreciative.
More about the film Don’t Worry Darling.
Don’t Worry Darling, the 2022s American psychological drama film directed by Olivia Wilde and written by Katie Silberman, with Shane Van Dyke, Carey Van Dyke, and Silberman contributing to the spec script. KiKi Layne, Florence Pugh, Wilde, Gemma Chan, Harry Styles, Nick Kroll, and Chris Pine are among the cast members. The movie centers on a picture-perfect housewife who starts to think that the town’s controlling man is hiding a deadly secret from the locals while she lives there in a business town.
Warner Bros. Pictures’ Don’t Worry Darling had its 79th Venice International Film Festival premiere on September 5, 2022, and was released in theatres nationwide on September 23.
Box Office Collection
Don’t Worry Darling has earned $45.3 million in revenue in the United States and Canada, $41.4 million in other states, and $86.7 million globally as of November 15, 2022.