“…this is really upsetting to see for so many reasons. A complete violation of privacy…”
What you need to know
- Dickinson star Hailee Steinfeld has taken to Twitter to express her disappointment, after a photo of filming for season 3 of the series was posted on Twitter.
- Steinfeld says the photo showed a private soundstage and a very emotional scene and was a “complete violation of privacy”.
- Apple confirmed Dickinson would return for a third season last year, and filming looks set to complete soon.
Hailee Steinfeld, star of Apple TV+ smash-hit Dickinson, has said she is “very disappointed” after a photo taken on the set of Dickinson season 3 was briefly leaked on Twitter.
A fan account by the name of @Dickinstra shared an image on Twitter overnight but was soon left to regret the post when it was picked up and shared by Steinfeld with a very strong message. In a tweet Steinfeld wrote:
this is really upsetting to see for so many reasons. a complete violation of privacy as we are on our private soundstage shooting a very emotional scene. very disappointed in knowing who chose to take this & send it out.
On a lighter note, she continued “i love you all soo much. you must know how grateful i am for your excitement and support towards the show. i’m so focused on delivering the greatest season yet & i ask that you please respect our creative privacy as we cross the finish line of s3!!”
this is really upsetting to see for so many reasons. a complete violation of privacy as we are on our private soundstage shooting a very emotional scene. very disappointed in knowing who chose to take this & send it out. 😔 https://t.co/FyCvySutrX
— Hailee Steinfeld (@HaileeSteinfeld) June 1, 2021
The tweet has since been deleted and the account no longer exists. In October, Apple announced that Dickinson had been renewed for a third season, with season 2 airing in January of this year. A date for season three hasn’t been announced but Steinfeld’s tweets seem to indicate filming is on the way to completion.
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