The reason the title of the book may sound familiar is because Olivia Wilde, Sudeikis' ex-wife, published the identical page two days ago.
he director of Don't Worry, Darling! made the statement after a former family
nanny said that Sudeikis had to lie in front of Wilde's car to prevent her from leaving their home
because she had once cooked her "special salad dressing" for Styles, who is now her boyfriend.
However, Hazell's annotations in her post from October 20 are less food-related and instead make references to taking control of a story as a way to feel more empowered.
She underlined the part that said, "So I told her why: Because if I tell the narrative, I control the version.
"Because if I give you the story, you'll laugh, and I'd rather make you laugh than
The sentence went on to say, "Because it hurts less when I relate the narrative. I can move on if I tell the story, after all."
On the filming of 2014's Horrible Bosses 2, Hazell first got to know Sudeikis, who she later saw in the second season of his Ted Lasso Apple TV series.