‘Don't worry, darling,' it's just a trailer.

After the actions of the bravest process server in recent memory nearly derailed Warner Bros.' Cinemacon panel, it only seems fair that they try to reclaim the narrative for Olivia Wilde's long-awaited film Don't Worry Darling.

On Monday morning, the film's full trailer was released. The film is about a Manhattan Project-style company town full of odd happenings.

Yes, this is as far from Booksmart as you can get in tone, but hey, you get to see Harry Styles be hot.

“Alice (Pugh) and Jack (Styles) are fortunate to live in Victory, the experimental company town housing the men and their families who work for the top-secret Victory Project.

Its CEO, Frank (Pine), is both a corporate visionary and a motivational life coach, which anchors daily life in the tight-knit desert utopia.

Their wives, including Frank's elegant partner Shelley (Chan), get to enjoy the beauty, luxury, and debauchery of their community while their husbands work inside the Victory Project Headquarters on “progressive materials development.”

The company takes care of all residents' needs. They only ask for discretion and unwavering devotion to the Victory cause.

Alice isn't sure what they're doing in Victory, or why they're there. How much is Alice willing to lose to reveal the truth about this paradise?