Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis: CinemaCon reviews safety after Wilde serves legal documents on stage

The filmmaker was talking about her upcoming movie ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ at the entertainment industry convention, when a woman approached the stage and handed her a manila envelope, according to multiple reports from reporters in attendance. . (The film is distributed by Warner Bros., which shares a parent company with CNN.)

“We have never had an incident in the history of the convention where a delegate approached the stage when they weren’t authorized to be there,” CinemaCon general manager Mitch Neuhauser said. to CNN in a statement. “In light of this incident, we are reassessing our security procedures to ensure the safety of all of our attendees.”

The envelope contained legal documents related to Wilde’s two children with her former fiancé, actor Jason Sudeikis, a source with knowledge of the matter told CNN.

“Mr. Sudeikis had no prior knowledge of when or where the envelope would have been delivered, as that would depend only on the processing service company involved and he would never tolerate it being served as such an inappropriate way,” the source said. .

CNN has reached out to representatives for Wilde and Sudeikis for comment.

According to a People report, Wilde asked, “Is this for me?” when we gave him the envelope. She then said she was “gonna open it now because it’s like it’s a script.”

After opening the envelope, Wilde said “Okay, got it. Thanks” and continued with his presentation.

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