KiKi Layne, an actress who appeared in “Don’t Worry Darling,” recently published a post in which she reflected on her time spent working on the movie. In the article, she also claimed that a significant number of the scenes in which she appeared were eliminated from the final version of the movie.
Layne revealed this information in a post that she published on Instagram on Sunday. In the post, she stated that both she and her co-star Ari’el Stachel were mostly cut out of the final cut of the film.
Layne accompanied the photo of the post with the following: “The nicest thing about #DontWorryDarling is that I was lucky enough to meet Ari’el Stachel.” They left us out of the majority of the film, but in reality, we are doing quite well for ourselves.
Following her declaration of love for Stachel, Layne closes the message with the hashtags “#GotMyCheck,” “#GotMyMan,” and “#EverythingHappensforaReason.”
In the film “Don’t Worry Darling,” the two portray the roles of a married couple, Margaret and Ted, who live in the strange oasis of Victory, California, in the middle of the California desert. Both of these people, though, are primarily only seen in fleeting moments here and there throughout the first half of the movie.
Layne’s co-stars and crew colleagues from “Don’t Worry, Darling” have expressed their support for her in the comments section of her article. Gemma Chan, who plays the loving wife Shelley in “Don’t Worry Darling,” remarked on a single heart. Chan is well known for her role in “Crazy Rich Asians.”
Arianne Phillips, who was in charge of costumes, added a note as well, saying, “I was witness to your sweet (love),” and she inserted a red heart at the end of the phrase. “Two exceptional painters whose work I admire much.”
Stachel has also been very vocal on social media about how she feels about not being included in the movie. On Saturday, he shared one of his own Tiktok films on Instagram. In the video, the words “When you wind up on the editing room floor” are superimposed over a sequence of Tweets that are critical of Stachel’s lack of lines.
Tabloid fodder has been abundant in the run-up to the release of “Don’t Worry Darling,” including but not limited to director Olivia Wilde being publicly served custody papers while presenting a trailer at the industry convention CinemaCon; Shia LaBeouf (who was initially hired for the role that eventually went to Harry Styles) disputing the filmmaker’s claim that he was fired from the set; and lead Florence Pugh all but entirely bowing out of promotional efforts amid racial sl