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Harry Styles’ Mom Slams ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Haters on Instagram

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The reactions to don’t worry darling One movie that has dominated the headlines for the past few weeks has been pretty diverse, but too many negative comments about the movie in a recent post from Harry Styles’ mom caused her to call out the haters.


On Wednesday, the singer’s mother, Anne Twist, posted several photos on her Instagram to her 2.6million followers, including one of her smiling in a green dress in front of a large one don’t worry darling Poster of the movie star Florence Pugh.


“First time in French cinema…screened on day one…’Don’t Worry Darling’ you were excellent! Really enjoyed from start to finish. Well done @oliviawilde and the team for attracting us , well done baby @harrystyles because you are a fabulous Jack. Very proud as always 😊 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼,” read the caption.


The comments flooded in, and not all were good. “Sorry Anne, but this film [sic] is so disgusting. I’m traumatized [sic] for the rest of my life!” said one user.


“In fact the movie sucks and your son definitely doesn’t know how to act,” said another.


Another commenter addressed several of the reasons for the negative chatter online, including how director Olivia Wilde, who is also dating Styles, portrayed the film in terms of its sexual content.


“A film marketed for female pleasure that made the film’s lead uncomfortable. No rape warnings. No warnings about any triggers in the movie scenes. And yet the director glorified female pleasure. And you like this movie?” asked the user. “And people who state facts about this film are not poison. Please stop approaching anyone your son is dating and look beyond easy money and be HONEST. If you really enjoyed this film and all that it stood for, I am deeply disappointed in you and what you stand for.”


“The only good thing about the film is Florence [Pugh]’ said another user.


The snide comments prompted the “Late Night Talking” singer’s mother to respond on an Instagram Story, saying in a statement, “If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything.”


“I’m amazed and saddened by the hateful comments here to be honest,” Twist wrote. “I enjoyed a movie. If it’s not your thing, don’t go… If you don’t like me[,] please don’t follow me Easy.”


don’t worry darling has been the subject of much conversation in recent months, as has Wildes The Wives of StepfordThe inspired mystery drama has been marred by rumors of cast feuds, spitting allegations, underperforming and online disputes over trigger warnings.


Many other users jumped to Twist’s defense on Instagram on Thursday, with one commenter writing, “Anne I love how you support Harry. And I really hope you ignore all the toxic comments on this really sweet and supportive post.”


The film also stars Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, Nick Kroll, Sydney Chandler, Kiki Layne and Dakota Johnson and will be in theaters across the world on September 23. reached out to a Styles representative for comment.

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