This week, Olivia Wilde made an appearance at the cinema, where she gave a presentation. Don’t worry darlingHis second management effort. Don’t worry darling Starring Harry Styles and Florence Pug. Olivia and Harry started dating during filming in the fall of 2020 and they are still together. Jason Sudekis was quite injured when – this is the version of his events – Olivia started him off with style. She felt that she had cheated on him. They had disagreements about their two children but they were quietly trying to make it work. Or so we thought. Apparently, Jason submitted some papers while they were in custody, and while Olivia was on stage at the cinema, a process server gave her a Manila envelope with a notice from Jason’s lawyer. He was served on stage !!
Jason Sukekis claims that he had no idea the process server would do this with Olivia on stage. I trusted him, and I would blame his lawyers and whatever process-serving attire they used. But the questions remain clear: who knew that Olivia even planned to appear in a movie? Who was the female process server in the front row and how did she get the certificate? And is Jason lying? Hmmm. From wrapping:
After presenting custody papers to Olivia Wilde on CinemaCon on Tuesday, conference organizers are trying to figure out how the woman who served them was able to get on stage to do it. Speaking to RAP editor Sharon Waxman for The RAPUP Podcast on Thursday, National Association of Theater Owners president and CEO John Fethian acknowledged that show officials still did not know who the woman who served Wild with the paperwork was or how she became one. Registered participant of the event.
“No, no, we don’t,” said Pythian. “Because we saw the security footage, and we know it was a registered representative, because it had a badge. And we know it was a woman, but we can’t identify it. We don’t know who she was … we know. “How come this guy got a registered security badge to get into the auditorium. So that’s it – we just couldn’t get it out.”
That said, Fethian reiterated that CinemaCon security practices have been re-evaluated and improved, and noted his own frustration that the incident was able to happen. “It simply came to our notice then. And our show has been going on for 30-plus years, it never happened, ”he said. “And so, we’ve re-evaluated our protocols, and we’ve already changed the show here. We’ve got security in front of the stage now. But we’ve never seen that happen before, because it’s an industry show. It’s not a comic con, is it? They are invited to come, they register, they register the profession, they get their representative badge. “
Wild was on stage on Tuesday during Warner Bros. ‘ Presentation, promotion of her upcoming film “Don’t Wear Darling”. But, while the director was speaking, he was suddenly interrupted by a woman who came from the audience and slided a Manila envelope across the stage to Wilde.
People with knowledge of the show’s production say Wilde’s presence has not been made public. Outside of Wild’s Circles and Cinemacon production team, very few – if any – people knew he would be there.
“Papers were created to establish the jurisdiction of the children of Mrs. Wilde and Mr. Sudekis,” a source told TheWrap on Thursday night. The source added that “Sudeikis had no prior knowledge of the time or place that the envelope would be delivered as it would rely solely on the process service company involved and he would never forgive her for serving it so inappropriately.”
But Cinemacon officials were skeptical, considering the privacy of Wilde’s presence in Las Vegas. An outraged official concludes that Sudekis did it on purpose. “He wanted to insult her,” said the officer, who declined to comment on the record.
[From The Wrap]
See, it gives the story more subtlety. I didn’t realize that CinemaCon was so different from Comic-Con. I thought people out on the street could buy CinemaCon tickets, but I don’t think so. It just seems like an invitation, everyone has been screened and specific invitations have been given to certain people (my guess: art journalists, art genres and movie theater executives). So how did the * process server get the certificate and somehow sit in the front row? I also didn’t realize that Olivia’s presence at the event was not pre-announced. Only people close to Olivia or close to the internal cinematic presentation schedule knew. Hmmm … maybe Jason had a hand? It’s interesting!
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