Star Wars Legend Mark Hamill is Invested in Harry Styles and Chris Pine 'Spitting' Incident

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It's been a crazy couple of days for the entire cast and crew of the upcoming psychological thriller film Don't Worry Darling and ahead of its theatrical release, the Olivia Wilde-directed project has been stirring quite the controversy on social media. For starters, Wilde and lead actress Florence Pugh reportedly couldn't stand each other on set and their issues have not been resolved.

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And then there's the alleged beef between Harry Styles and Chris Pine that is adding more drama to the already controversy-filled project. According to a viral video that has been the subject of debate amongst fans, Styles spat on Pine during the film's world premiere at the Venice International Film Festival.

Both actors have addressed the matter and reassured everyone that the "feud" going on between them is non-existent and if anything, it's the internet that blew everything out of proportion. Hilariously, Star Wars legend Mark Hamill has apparently been keeping track of the spitting controversy and it seems like he's quite invested.

Taking to Twitter, Hamill jokingly asked his followers what's the appropriate amount of time to mourn the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, implying that he's more interested in the internet-shattering drama between Styles and Pine. He wrote: "Wondering what's the appropriate amount of time to mourn the Queen before we can go back to debating whether Harry Styles spit on Chris Pine." Check out the tweet below:


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Meanwhile, speaking of Styles, a huge rumor circulated all over social media last July claiming that he's in talks for a Star Wars project. The casting report has already been dismissed by Harry himself, even hinting at his plans of laying low with acting for the meantime to shift his focus back to music.

Don't Worry Darling hits cinemas on September 23, 2022.