Harry Styles and Chris Pine isolated as crew member from Don’t Worry Darling test positive for COVID-19

Production for the movie Don’t Worry Darling directed by Olivia Wilde, is currently paused after a crew member tested positive for COVID-19.

Don’t Worry Darling is directed by Olivia Wilde, an American-Irish actress and filmmaker. The production work for the movie has come to a halt as a crew member has tested positive for COVID-19.

Olivia Wilde kickstarted the shoot for the highly-awaited movie staring actors Florence Pugh, Chris Pine, Harry Styles, Kiki Layne, Gemma Chan and Nick Kroll in the supporting roles. The film is about the psychological thriller following California housewives in the 1950s. The script for the movie is by Carey and Shane Van Dyke, which was rewritten by Wilde and her partner Katie Silberman.


According to Pinkvilla, the positive test was detected during routine testing and the studio refused to disclose as to who came up positive. The film which was being shot in downtown Los Angeles has temporarily shutdown the production work. Harry Styles, Chris Pine and other co-stars are isolated.

According to the news portal Deadline, the person who tested positive for Coronavirus was not a member of the principal cast, and was someone who was close enough in terms of work, the halt for production work was necessary to find out if anyone else in the team has been infected. Production is expected to restart in about 14 days and the film is expected to resume shooting in Los Angeles.