Every Harry Styles Film Coming Out In 2022
12 August 2022, 13:00
Harry Styles has forged quite the film career for himself in recent years, here is every movie he has coming out in 2022.
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Harry Styles really can do it all – whether that's pop world domination or a career in Hollywood, he knows what he's doing!
In the past couple of years, the 'As It Was' singer has shifted some of his focus to the world of film as he racks up the movie credits.
Styles spent much of 2021 on-set filming for various projects, with several of those works coming out this year – much to everyone's excitement!
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And if that wasn't exciting enough, the pop star's filmography is set to expand as rumours swirl that girlfriend Olivia Wilde is helping Harry bag more roles in Hollywood.
So let's delve into all of the musician's upcoming movies from Don’t Worry Darling to My Policeman...
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My Policeman is a romantic drama starring harry and Emma Corrin in the main roles – they met on set and soon became great friends!
The flick is based on the novel of the same name by Bethan Roberts, My Policeman is a queer 1950s love story that explores the three central characters of Linus, Gina and Rupert.
The flick has been rated 'R' for sexual content, which is the equivalent of an age-rating of 15 in the UK.
The hotly-anticipated film will hit cinemas on October 21, and will arrive on streaming platform Prime Video shortly after, on November 4 – so not too long to go!
Filming for the movie began in April 2021 and wrapped in the June, meaning fans have been patiently awaiting Harry's big moment for a while now.
However, fans were treated with a first look at the upcoming drama when the teaser trailer dropped on June 15 – have a watch below!
Watch Harry Styles in the teaser trailer for My Policeman
Don't Worry, Darling
Don’t Worry Darling is a psychological thriller directed by Olivia Wilde and boasts the impressive duo of Harry and Florence Pugh in the two main characters.
The dark film is slated to come out in September, the 23rd to be exact at the time of writing – mark your calendars now!
Fans have just a little wait left until they can see Harry in action in Don’t Worry Darling's, but we can take comfort in the new trailer that's just dropped!
The internet was sent into a tailspin when Wilde shared the trailer at CinemaCon in April – Harry and Florence's on-screen antics undoubtedly left everyone feeling hot under the collar! Watch below...
Watch the second trailer for Don't Worry Darling
Yet another Styles film set in the 1950s, the story follows a housewife, played by Pugh, who begins to uncover a disturbing truth about her husband, portrayed by Harry.
Principal photography for Don't Worry, Darling began in Los Angeles in October 2020 and was delayed due to COVID restrictions – but the September release date is now finally locked in!
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The 'Golden' singer's debut in the Marvel universe in Eternals seems to hint at future projects within the franchise...
Fans believe that his brief appearance in the latest Marvel feature was a taste of what is to come – would he be reprising his role in another MCU project in 2022?
Harry portrayed Eros, the brother of Thanos, in the superhero film – with the door open to return for more scenes (fingers crossed).
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is gearing up for Phase 4 as it continues its slew of blockbusting movies, films coming in 2022 are; Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness in May, Thor: Love And Thunder in July, and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in November.
Could Harry be making a reappearance as Eros in any of these flicks? We hope so.
What films has Harry Styles been in before?
2022 is, indeed, a very big year for Harry when it comes to the big screen, but he has acted before!
He portrayed a soldier in 2017’s action epic Dunkirk and entered the Marvel universe as Eros in Eternals at the end of 2021.
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