Harry Styles to share screens with Florence Pugh for Dont Worry Darling

Harry Styles to share screens with Florence Pugh for Dont Worry Darling

As mentioned, this is also Olivia Wilde's second time in a new role like Styles - that of director - after the critical and commercial success of "Booksmart" previous year.

Styles will star opposite Florence Pugh, Chris Pine, Dakota Johnson and director Wilde.

Styles is taking over the role originally held by Shia LaBeouf, who had to exit the project because of a scheduling conflict, according to Variety.

Styles earned praise for his acting debut in Christopher Nolan's Academy Award-winning film "Dunkirk" which followed British soldiers during the evacuation of Dunkirk during World War II.

Last month Wilde was tapped to develop and direct an untitled female-centered Marvel film at Sony Pictures. Styles was pretty darn good in Dunkirk, so I'm up for seeing him in more movies.

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The script has been penned by Shane and Carey Van Dyke of "The Silence" fame. And Pugh, Johnson, and Pine are already established as being very good performers in their own right.

So far, few details are known about Don't Worry, Darling's plot. A copy of it was previously released on the internet.

This will be Wilde's second feature-length film; her first was Booksmart in 2019. Catherine Hardwicke is executive producer. As well, Wilde and Silberman will produce along with Vertigo Entertainment's Roy Lee and Miri Yoon.

The film, helmed by Olivia Wilde, will be going on floors this fall.

Are you excited to see Harry Styles return to acting?

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