In a new announcement that was first reported by Deadline, Harry just joined Olivia Wilde's brand new film, Don’t Worry, Darling. His new role also presents a casting change for the project. Harry is replacing Shia LaBeouf who stepped down after scheduling conflicts caused him to leave the film.
Florence Pugh, Chris Pine, and Dakota Johnson are also set to star with Olivia Wilde also rounding out the cast in a supporting role along with her directorial duties. Not much is known about the film other than it's "set in an isolated, utopian community in the 1950s California desert."
Florence has the starring role in the film as an "unhappy housewife who slowly begins to question her own sanity when she starts to notice strange occurrences," according to Collider. Harry will be playing her "picture-perfect husband, who loves her dearly, but is hiding a dark secret from her."
Deadline also reports that Warner Bros., who is producing the film through New Line Cinemas have been looking for Harry's next big role since he starred in Dunkirk. Both Olivia and Florence gave their blessing to his casting after meeting him.
Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke is also executive producing the film with Katie Silberman writing the script. The story is based off a spec script by Shane and Carey Van Dyke, who are also signed on as executive producers.
With production set to begin in the fall, according to Deadline, that means fans won't have to wait too long until they get to see Harry's acting skills again on the big screen.
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