Is Harry Styles Set For An Epic Five Movie Deal?

This would be HUGE!


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As with everyone else on the planet, we are obsessed with Harry Styles. Whether it’s his charming personality, luscious locks, or his great sense of style, you got to hand it to the fella, there’s little to fault. OH, and his singing ain’t half bad either!

Most recently the star has been showing his amazing acting ability too. Having first made his film debut in Christopher Nolan’s 2017 war film “Dunkirk,” Harry has since starred in an array of high-profile films including a cameo in “Eternals” which came out last year as well as “My Policeman” and “Don’t Worry Darling” which are both due to come out later this year.


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Now, it seems that the singer-songwriter may be making more of a serious move into the acting world, as according to The Sun, Marvel insiders revealed that he has deals in place which could lock him into their movie world for at least five films!

He will reportedly appear in projects as Eros, aka Starfox – the brother of Thanos – the same character that the singer teased at the end of the Eternals movie last year.

While just last weekend, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige confirmed that Harry will feature in a movie alongside Eternals’ Pip the Troll at Comic-Con in San Diego.

An LA film consultant also revealed that Marvel has had their sights on Harry for quite some time now, 18 months in fact, saying, “Not only is he the biggest pop star of the moment, his star is so huge it transcends just film and music.”


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With two films already to come later this year, it’s safe to say Harry is slowly but surely taking over the film world.

“Don’t Worry Darling”, where he found love with director Olivia Wilde, will premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September, while romantic drama “My Policeman” is set for a world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival in the same month.

Rperesentatives have yet to confirm anything, so looks like we’re just going to have to wait and see for ourselves!