On stage, food was served. Olivia Wilde was at CinemaCon promoting her new movie, Don't Worry Darling, when she was handed a mysterious envelope. People were curious about what was inside.
Their family photos with their son Otis and daughter Daisy.
The 38-year-old New Yorker was given a mysterious manila envelope at her Las Vegas show on Tuesday, April 26, and it was marked "personal and confidential." It had custody papers from her ex-fiance, Jason Sudeikis, UsWhispers can say.
"Do I need this?" "Would you like to come to the Colosseum?" Wilde asked while he was on stage at Caesars Palace on Tuesday. Apparently, she took out the paperwork and read from the front page before going on with her speech.
Source: "Papers were written up to establish jurisdiction over the children of Ms. Wilde and Mr. Sudeikis," the source says, noting that the Ted Lasso star, 46, didn't know when the documents would be given to her and her husband. "He would never allow her to be served in this way."
When she saw the movie Don't Worry Darling and its stars, she couldn't help but rave about them. She hasn't talked about the contents of the envelope herself.
When Wilde talked about Florence Pugh's performance as Alice in the new movie, "We knew that this movie would live or die on her performance," he said. The movie, which is set for a September release, is called "Alice." She then made fun of her 28-year-old boyfriend's role in the movie, calling him "an up-and-coming actor with no other job" and "nothing but a revelation."