Harry Styles' New Film "Don’t Worry Darling" Paused After a Positive COVID Test

Tamara Fuentes
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Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

From Seventeen

Don't Worry Darling definitely has something to be concerned about after a positive coronavirus test has caused production to temporarily shut down.

According to Deadline, work on the movie was shut down right away after the test came back positive. It has also been reported that while it was not a member of the main cast, it was someone who works closely with them, possibly putting them in danger and making the shut down necessary. However, no one else has come back positive for the virus.

Directed by Olivia Wilde, the film stars Harry Styles in his first film role since the 2017 movie Dunkirk, and Midsommar star Florence Pugh. Along with directing, Olivia will also be in the film in a supporting role, while Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, KiKi Layne, and Nick Kroll rounding out the rest of the cast.

The good news for fans is that Don't Worry Darling is set to restart filming as soon as the 14-day pause is done. Also, a release date hasn't been announced yet, which means there won't be any known delays for its release.

Recently, photos of Harry's brand new haircut and outfit while hanging out around set had fans freaking out over his look. He will be playing Pugh's husband in the film, which follows a 1950s housewife whose life is changed after discovering her husband's secret.

So far, the movie's cast and crew have kept quiet over the shutdown, but here's hoping they'll be able to return to set without any complications.

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