There’s something to worry about on the set of Don’t Worry Darling.
The Olivia Wilde-directed psychological thriller has been forced to temporarily halt production after an unidentified team member tested positive for COVID-19, Deadline first confirmed on Nov. 4. The positive test came as a result of required routine testing for all production employees.
Wilde, who also stars in the film, was photographed on set in Los Angeles on Nov. 3 wearing a face shield alongside Dita Von Teese, who donned a face mask.
The Booksmart director posted about her latest project back in October with a photo of a blank Don’t Worry Darling film slate. “Blank slate. Full heart,” she wrote. “Let’s do the damn thing, @libatique. #pressureisaprivilege.”