After literally YEARS of speculation that he'd be turning his curls to a new career in the film industry, Harry Styles has reportedly landed his first ever film role (not including This Is Us, obvs), and it's kind of a big deal.
US magazine Variety - who tend to know their stuff when it comes to movies - claim that Harry will be starring in Christopher Nolan's war drama 'Dunkirk', opposite some seriously huge names including Tom Hardy. Wah wah wee wah.
Variety reckon that Harry's big screen debut will be a fairly small part in 'Dunkirk', but it sounds as though it'll still be an epic movie, recreating the events of the World War II evacuation of the French city of Dunkirk in 1940.
So the chances are you're either going to see Harry as a scared French peasant boy wielding some onions, or a young, adventurous soldier wielding some kind of heavy artillery. WHAT A TME TO BE ALIVE.
The drama will see Harreh acting alongside some big cheese British actors like Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance and Sir Kenneth Branagh, and directed by The Dark Knight's Christopher Nolan, meaning that his Hollywood career is probably gonna be pretty successful.
Warner Bros, who are making the movie, are yet to comment on Harry's role, but the fim itself is scheduled for release in 2017. NEXT YEAR FOLKS, the year that Harry Edward Styles takes home the Oscar.
What even is life at this point.
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