Harry Styles is following up his big screen debut in Dunkirk with a role in Don't Worry, Darling, the new film from Booksmart director Olivia Wilde.

The singer is replacing Shia LaBeouf after he had to leave the psychological thriller due to scheduling conflicts.

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

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In a message on Instagram about Styles and Pugh's casting and characters, Wilde wrote: "Jack and Alice. Very proud to work with these fine folks. #DontWorryDarling."

The Hollywood Reporter says that Don't Worry, Darling is set in a California community in the 1950s and sees a woman questioning "her seemingly perfect life" after uncovering "a disturbing truth".

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