Olivia Wilde Quits ‘Horses**t Idea’ That She Left Jason Sudeikis for Harry Styles

on the Heels from #Spitgate, mediocre reviews for her new movie, and thethe world’s most researched Seating arrangement wants Olivia Wilde to worry about one thing less: the rumor that she’s left Jason Sudeikis for Harry Styles.

The director of “Don’t Worry Darling” bluntly put the “horseshit idea” that there was some overlap when it comes to her romance with the singer, which she says began long after ending her engagement to the “Ted Lasso.” -star.

“The complete baloney idea that I left Jason for Harry is completely inaccurate,” she told Vanity Fair in a cover story published Thursday. “Our relationship was over long before I met Harry. Like any relationship that ends, it doesn’t end overnight.”

Wilde went on to explain that she and Sudeikis, with whom she shares two children, “officially disbanded” at the start of the pandemic. However, the split was not made public until November 2020, which was months before Wilde and Styles were first photographed together.

“I don’t understand the need to create false stories and drama around this sort of thing. It’s like, haven’t the kids been through enough?” she said.

Wilde, Sydney Chandler and Harry Styles attend the “Don’t Worry Darling” red carpet at the 79th Venice International Film Festival.

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As for the confusion over the former couple’s relationship timeline, Wilde added that she and Sudeikis chose to raise their children together during the lockdown until “living together was no longer beneficial” to their family.

“It became the responsible thing to not because we could be better parents as friends living in different homes,” she continued, saying they were “very candid” with their children about the situation.

Echoing previous comments she made about Sudeikis receiving legal papers onstage at CinemaCon, Wilde said she wasn’t “appalled” by the move because it was “consistent with my experience with the relationship.” The “Saturday Night Live” alum, meanwhile, has insisted he had “no inside information” about the situation.

Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis arrive at the 25th Annual Critics' Choice Awards in January 2020.
Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis arrive at the 25th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards in January 2020.

In the face of rampant speculation about her personal life, Wilde says she’s staying strong, adding, “I’m fucking tough… Like, the whole world saw me being served [custody] paper.”

And as for Wilde’s upcoming psychological thriller, in which she also co-stars with Styles, she plans to cut through the various controversies swirling around the project, whether it’s her disputed firing from Shia LaBeouf or rumors of tension with protagonist Florence Pugh. .

“No amount of internet bullying can make me question my faith in a movie made collectively by so many brilliant people,” she said. “We’ve worked too hard and been through too much together to be derailed by something that really has nothing to do with filmmaking.”