Kiki Lane of Don’t Worry Darling said that many of her scenes were cut from the film

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Don’t Worry Darling’s Kiki Lane says many of her scenes were cut from the film… and reveals new romance with costar Ariel Stachel

Kiki Lane took to Instagram on Sunday to reveal her romance with Don’t Worry Darling costar Arielle Stachel, detailing that many scenes were cut.

The Cincinnati native, 30, took to the site with a clip, which she captioned, ‘The best thing about #DontWorryDarling is that I was lucky enough to meet @Arielstachel. They’ve dropped us from most movies, but we’re thriving in real life… Love you Ari.’

Layne added the hashtags #GotMyCheck, #GotMyMan and #EverythingHappensforaReason.’

LATEST: Kiki Lane, 30, took to Instagram on Sunday to reveal her romance with Don’t Worry Darling costar Ariel Stachel, detailing that many of her scenes had been cut.

The If Bill Street Could Talk actress and Stachel, 31, are seen posing for a selfie in a clip adjacent to the post.

Stachel replied, ‘My love. You are a queen and your talent is very bright. I was thirsty then, now I am thirsty.’

Their costar in the motion picture, Gemma Chan, responded to the post with a heart emoji.

Lane has also appeared in Native Son and Coming 2 America, and is set to appear in the Netflix film The Old Guard 2, which also stars Charlize Theron, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Uma Thurman.

Lane said many of his scenes were cut from motion pictures

The If Bill Street Could Talk actress and Stachel, 31, are seen posing for selfies in a clip with Post

Stachel has appeared in shows such as Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Jessica Jones and Billions, and the movie Zola.

The Don’t Worry darling has been embroiled in controversy amid rumors of a rift between director Olivia Wilde and actress Florence Pugh, who denied there were problems on set.

The film’s cinematographer, Matthew Libatik, told The Hollywood Reporter that the film had perhaps the most harmonious set. [he’s] Ever been.’

‘Olivia built a team that believed in her and she believed in everyone on set,’ added Libatic. When you hear that there are rumors of anger on the set, I reject it. It was not clear at all.’

Laine said, ‘The best thing about #DontWorryDarling is that I was lucky enough to meet @Arielstachel’

The film star wore a red dress with a diamond collar necklace in the clip

Don’t Worry Darling topped the box office this weekend with $19.2 million domestically and $30 million worldwide.

On Friday, Florence wrote a tribute to Don’t Worry Darling despite rumors of drama

On Friday, Pugh posted a collection of photos from the set of the motion picture on Instagram.

‘We met a lot of talented people, visited some crazy locations, worked hard in the desert dust and had a good time doing it,’ said Pugh. ‘The film was such an epic story to shoot on such a grand scale, all the while during the peak of Covid. For that I will always be grateful. To those of you who helped make this happen, your dedication and love was evident every day – thank you.’

Wilde appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last week, where he praised Pugh and said he had ‘nothing against him for any reason.’

‘I have nothing but respect for Florence’s talent… she’s amazing,’ said Wilde.

Don’t Worry Darling topped the box office this weekend with $19.2 million domestic and $30 million worldwide.

Don’t Worry Darling Crew Statement

On Saturday, Don’t Worry Darling producer Miri Yoon and 40 crew members issued a signed statement denying allegations of unrest.

‘As a crew, we have avoided addressing the unwarranted gossip surrounding a movie we are very proud of, but felt the need to correct the anonymous “source” cited in the recent article.

Any allegations of unprofessional behavior on the sets of Don’t Worry Darling are completely false. Olivia is an incredible leader and director who was present and involved in every aspect of the production. He performed this set with class and respect for everyone involved. Our director and no one ever had a shouting match, let alone one of our cast members.

We’re happy to put our name to it, as real people who worked on the film and who have seen and benefited from the collaborative and safe space Olivia has created as a director and leader. We’re also thrilled that the movie is in theaters this weekend. We can’t wait to see you on the big screen.’

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