After the nugget Booksmart, her first feature film as a director, the beloved Olivia Wilde returns with Don’t Worry Darling, her highly anticipated second film. The project had first hit home thanks to its casting, which brings together Florence Pugh and Harry Styles (replacing Shia LaBeouf, dismissed because of his problematic behavior) for his first main role in the cinema, and which is revealed today in a paranoid trailer under a colorful varnish. At the antipodes of her clever teen movie about two intellectuals frustrated at not having taken more advantage of the joys of high school, she gives us this year a psychological thriller which takes place in an idealized experimental city called Victory in 1950s California. Alice (Florence Pugh) leads a seemingly idyllic, idle life there alongside her husband Jack (Harry Styles), who works on a top-secret project to develop advanced materials alongside the other men. of the community headed by a guru-like CEO played by Chris Pine. The trailer quickly turns into a horror thriller when Alice begins to question this mysterious project to discover behind the scenes.Here is the first sumptuous photo of Harry Styles for his next filmFor his new film, thought of as “a letter love to films that push the limits of our imagination”, Olivia Wilde, both behind and in front of the camera, explained that she was inspired by The Matrix and Inception. She reunited with the screenwriter of her teen movie, Katie Silberman, and entrusted the elegant photography to Matthew Libatique (Black Swan, A Star Is Born).