Harry Styles Movie Latest News & Update: One Direction Singer Featured in 2017 Film 'Dunkirk'

By Miah Spencer , Updated Dec 16, 2016 12:00 AM EST

Harry Styles once again caught everyone's attention. This time, not with his music but because of his drowning scene in the 2017 film "Dunkirk" directed by Christopher Nolan.

The One Direction singer became the talk of the town since the official trailer for the upcoming historical drama-thriller film came out. Harry Styles plays as one of the Allied soldiers during World War II.

In one of the scenes, Harry Styles is shown drowning along with the other soldiers who are struggling for their lives. Many fans of the singer made fun of his intense scene, as per Huffington Post. Memes about him are all over the web. Watch the trailer for "Dunkirk" below!

Many are happy that Harry Styles is now joining the film industry. Fans are excited for his role in the upcoming movie. Hopefully, he will receive more film projects in the future.

"Dunkirk" follows the event during World War II. Allied soldiers from the British Empire, Belgium and France are attacked by the German forces while evacuating from Dunkirk. Harry Styles is one of the young soldiers who will suffer after being surrounded by the German army.

The director of the upcoming film is excited about it. The cast and crew are positive that the star-studded movie will become a hit. Fans of Harry Styles will surely support the film to see the performance of the Once Direction band member.

"Dunkirk" has a huge budget, according to Daily Mail. The dramatic scenes hint a high-quality film. It is expected to become the blockbuster in 2017.

The highly anticipated movie will be released initially on July 21, 2017. Besides Harry Styles, "Dunkirk" stars Aneurin Barnard, Kenneth Branagh, James D'Arcy, Tom Glynn-Carney, Tom Hardy, Barry Keoghan, Jack Lowden, Cillian Murphy, Mark Rylance, Fionn Whitehead and more.

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