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Harry Styles to Join Olivia Wilde's “Don't Worry Darling” Alongside Florence Pugh

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Water is wet, the sky is blue, and Harry Styles is proving (once again) that he’s a multi-faceted artist. The singer and former boy band-er is making his grand re-entrance to the silver screen with Olivia Wilde's next directional project, Don't Worry Darling.

Harry’s last project was Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk three years ago, where his performance earned favorable reviews from fans and critics alike. His return to Hollywood is marked by an already star-studded cast including Florence Pugh, Chris Pine, and Dakota Johnson. Harry will be replacing Shia LaBeouf, who dropped out of the project due to scheduling conflict, according to Deadline.

This film project is also a nod to Olivia Wilde’s rapidly growing and already impressive portfolio. Earlier in August, she was reported to have been tapped to direct a super secret (but spider-y) project for Marvel after the massive success of her directorial debut, Booksmart.

Little is known about Don’t Worry Darling or Harry’s role other than it’s a psycho-thriller set in the 1950’s. But according to Collider, the New Line movie will feature Florence as an “unhappy housewife who slowly begins to question her own sanity when she starts to notice strange occurrences in her small, utopian community in the California desert.”

Harry will play her “picture perfect” husband, who “loves her dearly, but is hiding a dark secret from her.”

Don’t Worry Darling is slated to start production in the fall, though no information has been made public regarding a release date. Either way, the film is already earning massive buzz and looking to be one of the most highly anticipated titles for whenever people can go see movies again.

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