Nick Kroll Has Hilarious Reaction to Don’t Worry Darling Premiere Fanfare

Nick Kroll shared what it was really like to be a "supporting" actor among Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde at the Don’t Worry Darling premiere at the 2022 Venice Film Festival.

By Ashley Joy Parker Sep 07, 2022 2:51 AMTags
Watch: All the Don't Worry Darling Drama EXPLAINED!

This may come as a shock to some, but there are other actors in Don't Worry Darling besides Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde and Florence Pugh.

Nick Kroll decided to share his experience from the film's recent premiere at the 2022 Venice Film Festival, capturing the wild fanfare on social media.

In a video posted to TikTok on Sept. 6, the 44-year-old films his ride into the event, alongside co-star Sydney Chandler, as hundreds of fans desperately try to peer into the car, hoping to catch a glimpse of one of the movie's leads.

"POV: pulling up to the @dontworrydarlin premiere as just a supporting actor," Nick captioned the post.  

In the clip, The League alum hilariously narrates the fishbowl-like situation, commenting just how bummed out the crowd must be to find out it's him inside.

"Not who you want, ladies," he says as he passes the curious looky-loos. "Sorry, not Harry, not Olivia, not Florence."

Nick continued, "Hi, you don't know me. Nope, nope, nope."

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However, Sydney, 25, tried to look on the bright side, adding, "But hey, Nick and Syd! Pretty f--king col. You don't know, but we're pretty f--king cool."


On Sept. 5, Nick and Sydney hit the red carpet for the upcoming thriller along with Harry and Olivia—who have been dating publicly since January 2021—Gemma Chan and Chris Pine. As the most closely followed event of the festival, all eyes were on the Don't Worry Darling stars amid rumors of behind-the-scenes drama involving cast shake ups and alleged ongoing feuds


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Olivia briefly addressed the speculation that there was tension between the cast at a press conference one day earlier, saying she isn't focused on the "endless tabloid gossip and all the noise out there." 

"I mean, the internet feeds itself," the film's director said while on a panel. "I don't feel the need to contribute. I think it's sufficiently well-nourished."


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