Never has a movie been surrounded by so much controversy. And drama. And gossip. And drama.
Did we mention the drama?
Don't Worry Darling is a film directed by Olivia Wilde, starring Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Chris Pine, and Gemma Chan. Over the past six months, the cast have generated countless headlines about feuds, firings, and wild allegations of public spitting.
A few days ago, there were allegations of a "screaming match" between Wilde and Pugh - which have subsequently been hosed down by the crew.
Now, two of the film's underutilised stars have poked fun at their scenes being left on the 'cutting room floor'.
The drama seemingly never ends.
At this point no one really cares whether the movie is good or not - we're lining up to see it just because we're invested in what's been happening behind the scenes.
You know what they say: "All publicity is good publicity."
Here's everything you need to know about all the Don't Worry Darling drama. (Well, you don't really NEED to know... but you probably want to).
Two stars call out the film for cutting most of their scenes.
On Instagram, actors Kiki Layne and Ari'el Stachel joked about being cut from most of the film.
They play a couple, and Kiki's character's arc in particular becomes the catalyst for Pugh's character Alice's entire journey in the film. But they have very limited screen time.