The Unexpected Connection Between BTS And Hollywood Film “Don’t Worry Darling”

Jin and Florence Pugh have literally filmed at the same exact location.

There’s an unexpected connection between the new Hollywood film Don’t Worry Darling and BTS

Florence Pugh (left) and Harry Styles (right) in “Don’t Worry Darling.” | Warner Bros. Pictures.

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The hot topic film right now is Don’t Worry Darling. The American psychological thriller stars an all-star cast of Florence Pugh, Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, Harry Styles, and Olivia Wilde, who also served as the director.

A 1950s housewife living with her husband in a utopian experimental community begins to worry that his glamorous company could be hiding disturbing secrets.

— IMDb

The unexpected connection between the film and BTS is not through Gemma Chan as Jimin and V‘s “Friends” appeared in her Marvel film Eternals, nor is it that J-Hope, Jimin, and V have attended a Harry Styles concert…

It’s that Don’t Worry Darling and BTS shared a filming location.

The location in question is the “Hall of Mirrors” in the lavish and historic Los Angeles Theatre. It’s actually the “Ladies Powder Room!”

Widely acknowledged as Los Angeles’ most lavish theatre, construction of this 2,000-seat movie palace took only six months and was completed in 1931. Owing to the Great Depression it was the last opulent movie palace to be built in Los Angeles. The stunning French Baroque interior heralds a particularly grand entrance lobby, inspired by the Palace of Versailles’ Hall of Mirrors in France.

— Historic Theatre Photos

Ladies Powder Room in Los Angeles Theatre | Historic Theatre Photos

Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde’s characters appear in a scene together in the glamorous powder room. Could this be the set of their alleged “screaming match?”

Olivia Wilde (left) and Florence Pugh (right) in “Don’t Worry Darling.” | Warner Bros. Pictures.

BTS’s Jin looked handsome AF performing in the same room for BTS’s “Black Swan” MV. The group filmed the entire music video at the Los Angeles Theatre.



Jin’s solo shots were shot specifically in the Ladies Powder Room, though. We’re thankful for it, too, because his visual multiplied by all those mirrors is phenomenal.


Honestly, Jin would have been as good of a male lead! We’re still waiting for our Actor Jin’s debut.

Source: Historic Theatre Photos and sarah.banjo

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