Olivia Wilde Says Making “Shit Movies” Taught Her to Be a Good Director

Olivia Wildedirector of films like ‘Outstanding‘ (2019) and ‘Do not worry, dear‘, said that starring in “shitty movies” taught her to be a better filmmaker.

That’s because, as an actress, Wilde participated in films like ‘Tron: The Legacy‘ (2010), ‘O’reborn from hell‘ (2015) and ‘Cowboys & Aliens‘ (2011). During conversation with Maggie Gyllenhaalalso an actress and director, recalled some peculiar moments of her career.

“I’ve made 5,000 times more shitty movies than you. I’ve been in some really bad ones, and now I think, ‘I did this to learn all the cautionary stories that would help me define myself as a director: how am I ever going to speak to a crew, how am I ever going to speak to actors, how am I ever going to schedule a movie.’ All of this comes from these bad experiences.” olivia.

Check out the trailer for the director’s new film:

Remembering that ‘Do not worry, dear‘ premieres in Brazilian cinemas in September 22.

In the plot, Alice is the perfect housewife, living in a utopian community in the California desert, along with her husband Jack. Hiding her frustrations, she ends up making a disturbing discovery that makes her question her “flawless” reality.

The cast still has Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, KiKi Layne, Nick Kroll, Sydney Chandler and Kate Berlant.

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