Harry Styles Makes Fun of Allegations That He Spit On Chris Pine. An explanation came to the claim that ‘Harry Styles spat on Chris Pine’…
The allegation that Harry Styles spit on Chris Pine at the premiere of “Don’t Worry Darling” has been occupying social media for days…
At the Venice International Film Festival, an explanation came to the claim that “Harry Styles spat on Chris Pine”. A representative of Pine, speaking to People magazine, stated that the allegations did not reflect the truth and said, “This is a very ridiculous story and it is completely made up.”
It was claimed that there was a ‘spit tension’ between Harry Styles and Chris Pine, who shared the lead role in the movie ‘Don’t Worry Darling’, which was screened as part of the Venice International Film Festival.
The waters do not stand still on the “Don’t Worry Darling” front. What happened during the press conference and premiere of the film directed by Olivia Wilde at the Venice Film Festival has been discussed on social media for days. The tension between Florence Pugh and Wilde in the lead, and Chris Pine’s disconnection from time and space in all interviews, as if he were in another dimension, were the subject of countless jokes.
The most controversial issue among all is whether Harry Styles, who was about to take his seat in the theater, spit on Chris Pine just before the premiere of the movie. In the video, Chris Pine is seen smiling and applauding, and after Harry Styles approaches him, he suddenly stops and looks at a point above himself.
In the images shared on social media, it was seen that Styles was sitting next to Pine as if spitting on him, while Pine reacted to this situation.
However, a representative of the famous actor Chris Pine speaking to People magazine stated that the allegations did not reflect the truth.
“This is a ridiculous story and a complete fabrication,” the representative said.
“To be clear, Styles didn’t spit on Pine. There is nothing but respect between these two men, and to argue otherwise is an obvious attempt to create a drama that doesn’t actually exist,” the statement said.