Harry Styles May Quit Acting Following 'Dunkirk' Role

07-14-2017
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Harry Styles

(Radio.com) Former One Direction star Harry Styles' acting debut is about to hit the big screen but fans looking forward to the singer's next movie may be in for a disappointment.

At Thursday's (July 13) London premiere of the Christopher Nolan-directed film Dunkirk, Styles admitted he may put aside his acting hat. "I'd do this one again but it may be one and done," he's reported as saying.

The singer's role in the film has been praised by Nolan, famed director of The Dark Knight, Interstellar, and Inception, who was also the reason why Styles signed on for the part. "When I heard Chris [Nolan] was doing it, I was already excited to watch it, to be honest. I just wanted to be involved." Read more here.

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