News so sweet it's just like a watermelon sugar high, whatever that means. Harry Styles is returning to the movies alongside Florence Pugh in a new film called Don't Worry, Darling.
Director Olivia Wilde teased the casting in a tweet recently, simply mentioning the lead characters' names, "Jack & Alice. #DontWorryDarling."
We last saw Styles on the silver screen three years ago in Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk. The cool crooner replaces Shia LaBeouf who reportedly had to leave the project due to a scheduling conflict.
Styles and Pugh, who play husband and wife in the film, will be joined by cast members Chris Pine and Dakota Johnson. Katie Silberman wrote the screenplay and is said to also have a supporting role.
Speaking of the screenplay, what do we know about the film? Not much. Apart from the fact that the, "setting is an isolated, utopian community in the 1950s California desert," according to Deadline. But Don't Worry, Darling, with this much talent I'm sure it'll be fantastic.