Harry Styles’ mother Anne hits out at Don’t Worry Darling critics and their ‘vitriolic’ remarks

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Harry Styles’ mother responded to the ‘vitriolic comments’ surrounding Don’t Worry Darling as she praised her son and his girlfriend Olivia Wilde.

Anne Twist posted a glowing review of the psychological thriller, which stars Harry along with Florence Pugh, despite only achieving a Rotten Tomatoes score of 36 percent so far.

On Instagram on Thursday, Anne shared a series of snaps at the theater as she wrote: ‘First time in French cinema…first day on display…Don’t worry honey’ you were outstanding!

‘Really enjoyed it from start to finish. Well done @oliviawilde and team for getting us in, well done baby @harrystyles for being a fantastic Jack. Very proud as usual.’

One to watch out for: Harry Styles’ mother lashes out at the “vitriolic” Don’t Worry Darling critics as she praised the film but failed to mention Florence Pugh amid the ongoing scandals (Harry and Florence pictured in the film)

She didn’t mention lead actress Florence in the post – who is embroiled in a public feud with the director and Harry’s girlfriend, Olivia.

However, Anne did take to her Stories to say how “sad” she is to see so much negativity being thrown at the film and the cast, including Gemma Chan and Chris Pine.

She wrote: ‘If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all.

‘To be honest, I am amazed and saddened by the vitriolic comments here. I enjoyed a movie. If it’s not your cup of tea, don’t go…’

She concluded, ‘If you don’t like me… please don’t follow me. Easy.’

Are you worried, honey?  The thriller, which was directed by and also stars Olivia Wilde, has only earned a 36 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes so far.

Are you worried, honey?  The thriller, which was directed by and also stars Olivia Wilde, has only earned a 36 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes so far.

Are you worried, honey? The thriller, which was directed by and also stars Olivia Wilde, has only earned a 36 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes so far.

Don’t Worry Darling has been embroiled in several scandals leading up to its release, including a rumored feud between Florence and Olivia.

Speaking about the pair’s much-rumored feud on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday, Olivia stressed that she has “nothing but respect” for Florence, despite being plagued by claims to the contrary.

She gushed about Florence’s performance in the controversial film and suggested being questioned about the feud being sexist because it’s not something her “male director colleagues answer.”

Congratulations: Anne shared a series of theater snaps on Instagram on Thursday as she wrote: 'Well done @oliviawilde and team for bringing us in, well done baby @harrystyles'

Congratulations: Anne shared a series of theater snaps on Instagram on Thursday as she wrote: 'Well done @oliviawilde and team for bringing us in, well done baby @harrystyles'

Congratulations: Anne shared a series of theater snaps on Instagram on Thursday as she wrote: ‘Well done @oliviawilde and team for bringing us in, well done baby @harrystyles’

Unimpressed: Anne went to her stories to share how 'sad' she is to see so much negativity being flung onto the film and the cast

Unimpressed: Anne went to her stories to share how 'sad' she is to see so much negativity being flung onto the film and the cast

Unimpressed: Anne went to her stories to share how ‘sad’ she is to see so much negativity being flung onto the film and the cast

The actress also doubled down on claims that she fired former lead actor Shia LaBeouf, 36, insisting he gave her an “ultimatum” to choose between him and Florence, and clarified: “I chose Florence.”

Olivia reportedly came into conflict with Florence during filming, as the Black Widow star was said to be unhappy about allegations that Olivia was “connected” to Harry while engaged to Jason Sudeikis.

Olivia and Jason, 46, became engaged in 2012 and share children Otis, eight, and Daisy, five. They were said to have split up in November 2020 and Olivia made headlines with Harry in January 2021.

Leading up to the film’s release, Florence did little to no promotion for the film and was seen sipping a cocktail near Venice while skipping a press conference for Don’t Worry Darling.

Awarded Mom: Anne was quick to defend her son against the 'vitriol' posted about the film (Harry and Ann pictured together)

Awarded Mom: Anne was quick to defend her son against the 'vitriol' posted about the film (Harry and Ann pictured together)

Awarded Mom: Anne was quick to defend her son against the ‘vitriol’ posted about the film (Harry and Ann pictured together)

Olivia has also set the record straight about her boyfriend Harry supposedly spitting on Chris Pine.

Earlier this month, a video of the Don’t Worry Darling cast taking place for its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival surfaced when some suspected Chris’ reaction to Harry sitting next to Pine that he had been spat on.

Both Harry and Chris’ representatives denied that the incident happened – and Harry even joked about it at a concert.

On The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Olivia reiterated that the incident, now known as “spitgate,” simply didn’t happen.

A laughing Olivia said, “He didn’t, but I think it’s a perfect example of people seeking drama wherever they can.”

Meanwhile, amid rumors of on-set tension, Harry and Florence have teamed up to release a song from their film.

The pair collaborated on the song With You All the Time where Harry added piano parts instead of singing and the song was credited to their characters from the movie Alice and Jack instead of using their own names.

Keep quiet: Don't Worry Darling has been embroiled in several scandals leading up to its release, but Olivia and friend Harry have still promoted the film

Keep quiet: Don't Worry Darling has been embroiled in several scandals leading up to its release, but Olivia and friend Harry have still promoted the film

Keep quiet: Don’t Worry Darling has been embroiled in several scandals leading up to its release, but Olivia and friend Harry have still promoted the film

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