Harry Styles is ready to return to the big screen. Three years since making his acting debut in Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, Styles is set to do it all over again.
The “Watermelon Sugar” singer will star in the Olivia Wilde directed film Don’t Worry Darling. Styles is set to join an all-star cast which includes the likes of Chris Pine, Dakota Johnson, and Florence Pugh.
Styles’ announcement came with the unexpected news that he had replaced Shia LaBeouf for the role. According to Variety, LaBeouf was fired by Olivia herself (click the link for the full report).
The film is centered around a housewife who uncovers a secret about her community and her surroundings. It is based in California, in the 1950s.
IM SO GLAD I WAS BORN IN THIS ERA I MEAN PROLLY 20 YEARS FROM NOW EVERYONE WILL SEARCH HARRY STYLES DONT WORRY DARLING AND I'LL BE THERE LYK YEAH I GOT TO LIVE THAT ERA 💁♀️ pic.twitter.com/iP5RF1WL7g— ash #TCOE (@EVERSINCElCARUS) November 3, 2020
HARRY STYLES IN DONT WORRY DARLING IS GOING TO BE THE DEATH OF ME pic.twitter.com/LsSpCIhz0Y— 𝐢𝐬𝐚 ❁ (@isabellaramooss) December 2, 2020