Olivia Wilde is set to produce and direct the psychological thriller Don’t Worry, Darling, reports Variety. Wilde will be joined by Katie Silberman (Booksmart) and It producer Roy Lee and Miri Yoon to work on this latest project. The film is described as a “psychological thriller for the Times Up era,” and will center on housewives in the 1950s beginning to have their world stirred up.
Don’t Worry, Darling does not currently have a studio set to distribute it. Wilde has previously worked with United Artists Releasing for Booksmart and is currently attached to an unnamed holiday comedy with Universal, so either studio is a good guess. Considering Booksmart is a critical darling, it seems likely United Artists will snatch this one up.