Singer Harry Styles replaced Shia LaBeouf and will be seen alongside Florence Pugh.
After three years, Harry Styles is excited to return to the silver screen after making his acting debut in Dunkirk.
According to Deadline, the Styles 26, replaces Shia LaBeouf in Don’t Worry Darling, the psychological thriller directed by Olivia Wilde.
Information about the screenplay is still under wraps, but Harry’s fans are convinced that he is portraying the husband of Florence Pugh.
Fans cannot stop themselves and started pouring the comments while expressed their excitement to see the pair on screen.
“Harry and Florence being the husband-wife duo is so powerful,” one super excited fan tweeted.
The author Jenny Han — who knows one or two things about chemistry — even tweeted to all the boys I’ve loved before.
One fan posted a gif of Florence as Amy March in Little Women, encapsulating exactly how all fans of Harry and Florence feel right now.
One fan noted that Florence has a fairly good performance record for romantic roles on screen: “Florence Pugh is winning at life… first she played a character who married Timothée Chalamet and now she’s gonna be married to Harry? living her best life tbh.”
‘Don’t Worry Darling‘ also stars Dakota Johnson and Chris Pine in the supporting role along with Olivia. Unfortunately, according to Deadline, Shia dropped out of the project, owing to scheduling clashes.
The storey is written by Katie Silberman, a scribe from Booksmart, takes place in California in the 1950s.
In her lonely, affluent neighbourhood, a depressed housewife, possibly played by Florence, learns alarming facts about her relatively perfect life.
This is Harry’s first role since playing a soldier in the World War II film Dunkirk in 2017.
Meanwhile , Florence had an impressive 2019, performing in Midsommar’s critically acclaimed thriller, and earning for Little Women an Oscar nomination.
Next, she’ll be seen in Marvel’s Black Widow as a Russian spy, premiering later this year.
So what are your views about this stunning pair? Let us know in the comments.