“Papers have been prepared to establish jurisdiction over the children of Ms. Wilde and Mr. Sudeikis,” the source said. “Mr. Sudeikis had no prior knowledge of when or where the envelope would have been delivered as this would only be for the process service company concerned and would not condone an inappropriate presentation.”
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On Tuesday, while Wilde was presenting the trailer for her new movie “Don’t Worry Baby” at the Exams Conference, someone in front of the podium put out a mysterious envelope from Manila titled “Personal & Confidential.” At first, onlookers thought the envelope was a text from someone trying to get the attention of a “Booksmart” manager – but Deadline reported On Wednesday it emerged that the envelope contained custody documents from Sudeikis.
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diverse He spoke to several eyewitnesses who said the person who served Wilde the envelope was a CinemaCon-certified person. Wilde’s representatives did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
In response to the incident, CinemaCon said in a statement It would “re-evaluate” their security protocols.
“To protect the integrity of our studio partners and talent, we will re-evaluate our security protocols,” said NATO Managing Director and CinemaCon President Mitch Neuhauser. diverse. “We will act accordingly because it is the right thing to do. We want to do the safe and right thing.”
Wilde and Sudeikis were previously engaged but ended their romance in 2020. They share two children together. Wilde is now romantically linked with pop star Harry Styles, one of the protagonists of Don’t Worry Darling.
The Clip from “Don’t Worry Baby” The movie definitely generated attention at CinemaCon, showing Styles and co-star Florence Pugh engaging in sexual acts at the dining room table. Despite opening the envelope on stage, Wilde did not flinch during her performance, continuing to tell the audience that her film is “a love letter to films that push the limits of our imaginations.”
Mark Malkin contributed to this report.