Harry Styles at this point has a fortunate acting resume for a tenderfoot, from Christopher Nolan’s “Dunkirk” to the looming “Don’t Worry Darling” and “My Policeman.” But the pop star communicated Monday at the Venice International Film Festival that, with acting, he regularly feels like he has “no thought what I’m doing.”
Styles’ appearance on the Lido, where “Don’t Worry Darling” is having its world introduction Monday night, has been one of the most expected events of a festival overflowing with stars. At a public meeting before the introduction, Styles was sprinkled with requests in regards to his fans, his calling and whether he would work with boss Olivia Wilde again — neither of which he answered.
In “Don’t Worry Darling,” Styles plays Jack, who works for the peculiar Victory Project, run by Chris Pine’s beguiling religion like trailblazer, in a mid-century-styled preliminary neighborhood.
Florence Pugh plays Jack’s better half Alice, who receives each comfort in the world as a trade-off for not getting explanation on a few major problems. Nevertheless, soon, she starts to see breaks in the veneer.
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Styles returned home for the days from his Madison Square Garden appearances to go to the “Don’t Worry Darling” debut in Venice, with Wilde and co-stars Pine and Gemma Chan. Anyway, but he rearranges two high-profile employments in human articulation, he said he doesn’t see many equivalents among music and acting.
Fans were by then gathering before the theater early Monday to get an extraordinary perch before privileged pathway for the presentation, early by a long shot. Many had individual accounts about how Styles’ music affected their lives.