The director and actress was grilled on the controversy which has plagued her and Pugh’s upcoming film Don’t Fear Darling, throughout an look on The Late Present with Stephen Colbert on Thursday night.
After she dodged questions on the topic throughout a press convention on the Venice Movie Competition earlier this month, The Late Present host Colbert was direct, saying: “Folks say that you’re feuding with Florence Pugh. Is there something you need to say to that?”
Wilde, 38, initially didn’t play ball, replying: “No, the one factor that I need to say to that’s that one other one in all our bizarre rumors is ‘spitgate,’ which you might need heard about.”
She then went on to disclaim that her boyfriend and Don’t Fear Darling main man Harry Types had spat Chris Pine who additionally stars within the flick.
The allegation took place after a video went viral that appeared to indicate the second in query.
Each actors have denied that it occurred and Wilde known as the hearsay the “creation of drama” and “clickbait.”
Going again to Colbert’s query on Pugh, she added: “I’ve nothing however respect for Florence’s expertise. She’s improbable. She’s on the set of her film Dune proper and there’s nothing cooler than a busy actress. I’ve nothing in opposition to her for any purpose.
“The humorous factor is — I don’t really feel like my male director colleagues are answering questions on their solid…they’re not,” to which Colbert replied, “I’d agree with you.”