Sorry, I wasn’t referring to Harry there. Nick Kroll, everyone’s favorite actor, posted a ‘hilarious’ video of his trip to the premiere.
Following Nick Kroll’s behind-the-scenes peek at what it was like to join the Don’t Worry Darling cast as “just a supporting actor,” fans laugh uncontrollably. In the forthcoming science fiction thriller directed by Olivia Wilde, Kroll plays the role of Bill. He is joined in the cast by superstars Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, as well as Chris Pine and Gemma Chan. Kroll and Sydney Chandler, another cast member, drove to Venice together to attend the film’s premiere (daughter of actor Kyle Chandler).
Kroll captured fans’ reactions while waiting for the cast’s arrival as they looked into the van, hoping to catch a glance at one of the film’s A-listers. He did this from inside the vehicle.
Kroll captioned the photo published across all his social media sites with the following: “POV: pulling up to the @dontworrydarlin premiere as only a supporting actor.”
Kroll can be heard saying, “Not who you want, ladies,” as they drive past female fans photographing them from a distance while they are in the car together. As they go on past the curious spectators who stare in through the windows, he and Chandler continue to yell “sorry” and “not us.” About the three main leads and the director, Kroll states, “Nor Harry, not Olivia, and not Florence.” Kroll continues, adding one last thought before trailing off: “You won’t know, but I promise you, in very certain circles, we’re sort of…”
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Chandler describes the expressions of those peering in as “the faces of calm disappointment.” The video received a lot of positive feedback from followers on Twitter, with many of them describing it as “hilarious.” According to what one supporter had written, “None of these folks are on the level I’d be losing my mind if Mr. Kroll drove by me like this.”
However, Kroll was granted his star moment later in the ceremony when Styles grabbed him on either side of the head and drew him in for a kiss on the lips after the film was screened. Kroll was given his star moment as a result.