Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry Darling is expected to win over $20 million at the box office

Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry Darling this weekend is expected to win over $20 million at the box office… despite terrible reviews and behind-the-scenes controversy

After all the behind-the-scenes drama, controversy, and supposed spitting, Warner Bros. has arrived. Darling isn’t finally coming to theaters this weekend, and she could do well… despite the somewhat shocking reviews.

The 1950s thriller from director Olivia Wilde will debut in more than 4,000 theaters this weekend, and is expected to easily take first place, via The Hollywood Reporter.

While Warner Bros. expects. Opening at $17 million, other analysts are expecting between $20 million and $24 million, and possibly even higher.

Controversy: After all the behind-the-scenes drama, controversy, and supposed spitting, Warner Bros. has arrived. Darling isn’t finally coming to theaters this weekend, and it may well be… despite the somewhat shocking reviews.

Expectations: While Warner Bros. expects.  Opening of $ 17 million, other analysts expect between $ 20 million and $ 24 million, and possibly even higher

Expectations: While Warner Bros. expects. Opening of $ 17 million, other analysts expect between $ 20 million and $ 24 million, and possibly even higher

Some analysts believe he could debut even higher thanks to the rabid fan base of pop star-turned-actor Harry Styles, who portrays Jack Chambers in the film.

These analysts believe Styles’ fan base could turn in droves to see him in the thriller, which also co-stars with Florence Pugh and Chris Pine.

The film was by far the most talked about film at the prestigious Venice Film Festival, although it had more behind the scenes drama than the film itself.

Drovs: These analysts think Styles' fan base could turn in droves to see him in the action thriller, which also co-stars with Florence Pugh and Chris Pine.

Drovs: These analysts think Styles’ fan base could turn in droves to see him in the action thriller, which also co-stars with Florence Pugh and Chris Pine.

Talked about: The film was by far the most talked about film at the prestigious Venice Film Festival, although it had more behind-the-scenes drama than the film itself.

Talked about: The film was by far the most talked about film at the prestigious Venice Film Festival, although it had more behind-the-scenes drama than the film itself.

She made headlines when Florence Beau – who has long been rumored to have clashed with director Olivia Wilde on set – skipped the Venice Film Festival press conference… but continued to attend the photo call and the premiere.

A pre-show video moment with Chris Pine and Harry Styles was captured where many believed Styles had spat on pine nuts, which both sides denied.

While Pugh continues to make headlines for skipping other shows, the movie itself has never been well received, with a terrible 33% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, out of 96 reviews.

VIDEO: A pre-show video moment with Chris Pine and Harry Styles where many believed Styles had spat on pine nuts, which both sides denied.

VIDEO: A pre-show video moment with Chris Pine and Harry Styles where many believed Styles had spat on pine nuts, which both sides denied.

Don’t worry Darling follows a young couple Alice and Jack (Pugh and Styles) who move to a mysterious city run by a company run by Jack’s new boss (Chris Pine).

Their perfect life begins to unravel when Alice begins to delve deeper into this city and the company of her husband.

The film stars Wilde herself, Gemma Chan, Nick Kroll, Timothy Simmons, Douglas Smith and Dita Von Teese.

Company: Their ideal life begins to unravel when Alice begins to delve deeper into this city and the company of her husband

Company: Their ideal life begins to unravel when Alice begins to delve deeper into this city and the company of her husband

However, even if it does not live up to Warner Bros. Modest expectations, don’t worry, Darling is still expected to come out on top at the box office.

Last weekend’s winner, The Woman King is expected to drop to nearly $11 million, following its debut last weekend of $19.1 million.

Also returning to cinemas with a wide release is James Cameron’s hit 2009 movie Avatar, which is expected to gross between $7 million and $10 million this weekend.

Box office: Still, even if it doesn't quite live up to Warner Bros.  Modest expectations, don't worry, Darling is still expected to come out on top at the box office

Box office: Still, even if it doesn’t quite live up to Warner Bros. Modest expectations, don’t worry, Darling is still expected to come out on top at the box office

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