Olivia Wilde’s “Don’t Worry Darling” is the latest feature production to halt filming after a positive COVID-19 test. This is the second directorial venture of Wilde after ‘Booksmart’.

According to Hollywood Reporter, a positive COVID-19 test has shut down production of the film, which stars Florence Pugh, Chris Pine, and Harry Styles.

New Line, the studio behind the feature, halted filming after a member of the production tested positive following the required and ongoing on-set testing. The person is now in isolation and the film, which began shooting in October, will resume photography in accordance with safety guidelines that typically call for a 14-day freeze.

Previously, Matt Reeves’ ‘The Batman; halted filming when star Robert Pattinson tested positive, and ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ had to shut down last month for two weeks after several members of the production tested positive for the virus, despite later testing negative.