"Ellen DeGeneres. The infamous Queen of Nice. And a really great observational, relatable comedian turned out to be not so nice, but rather cruel, manipulative, and just downright mean. Such a huge disappointment."
It's shocking that editors didn't catch these, really.
Between her exes, her costars, her ex-costars, and ex-nannies, Olivia’s had a busy, busy year.
The disgraced actor's comments on abuse and rape allegations do not come close to accountability.
Olivia Wilde Doubled Down On Her Claim That She Fired Shia LaBeouf From “Don’t Worry Darling” Less Than Two Weeks After A Video Of Her Begging Him To Return Leaked Online
Olivia has maintained that she let Shia go from the project in order to protect Florence Pugh, despite a leaked video of her telling Shia that “Miss Flo” needs a “wake-up call.”
Olivia Wilde Said She “Doesn’t Feel The Need” To Deny Those Feud Rumors After Florence Pugh Skipped The “Don’t Worry Darling” Press Conference
Florence Pugh was notably absent from Don’t Worry Darling’s press conference on Monday, but that didn’t stop the journalists from asking about her.
Here Is Everything You Need To Know About The Olivia Wilde And Florence Pugh Feud Rumors After Shia LaBeouf’s Shocking Exposé
Buckle up because you’re in for one hell of a ride.
The actor also addressed the allegations of violence and abuse by his ex-girlfriend, singer FKA Twigs, who is suing him.
"At this point i dont even want to see Don't Worry Darling, i want to see a whole documentary style exposé on all the drama surrounding it."
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"I hurt many other people, and many other people before that woman. I was a pleasure-seeking, selfish, self-centered, dishonest, inconsiderate, fearful human being.”
Shia LaBeouf Shared What He Says Is The Real Reason Behind His Exit From Olivia Wilde's Movie "Don't Worry Darling"
Shia LaBeouf's comments come right after an interview with Olivia Wilde, where the director admitted to firing Shia to "protect" costar Florence Pugh.
"I don’t personally believe that is conducive to the best performances."
Feeling cinephilish right now. Might exist like a functional member of society later.
Dakota Johnson Talked About Becoming Unexpectedly “Involved” In Johnny Depp And Amber Heard’s Trial After A Resurfaced Clip Of Her Appearing To Notice His Injured Finger Went Viral
The 2015 video clip — in which Johnson appears to gesture toward Depp’s injury — was circulated across social media after the actor testified that Amber Heard severed his finger during a fight.
Dakota Johnson Defended Her Former Male Costars Armie Hammer And Shia LaBeouf And Said She Feels “Sad For The Loss Of Great Artists” Because Of “Cancel Culture”
“I never experienced that firsthand from any of those people. I had an incredible time working with them; I feel sad for the loss of great artists.”
Dakota Johnson Talked About Allegations Against Her Former Co-Stars: “I Never Experienced That Firsthand From Any Of Those People"
"I think there’s definitely a major overcorrection happening."
"They made a very convincing hot couple."
"I believe her."
Christy Carlson Romano Wishes She Had Known More About Shia LaBeouf's Home Life When They Were Filming "Even Stevens"
"I really do kind of wish — if I'd known anything about him, I could have been, I don't know, more patient?"
Apparently this is a divisive topic!
“Shia LaBeouf hurts women. He uses them. He abuses them, both physically and mentally. He is dangerous,” FKA Twigs said in a lawsuit filed on Friday.
The actor’s autobiographical new film Honey Boy is a heartbreaking reckoning with his own trauma. (Spoilers ahead.)
The actor was charged with drunkenness, disorderly conduct, and obstruction on Saturday.