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This Will Make You Even More Excited to See Harry Styles in Dunkirk

Plus hear his speaking lines in brand new spots for the movie.
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We've been eagerly awaiting Harry Styles' big screen debut for what seems like ages already but we're even more excited after this bit of news from the movie's director himself. While some people might think Hazza got the role purely because of hype, you'll be happy to know that he totally earned the part. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Director Christopher Nolan admitted that he wasn't completely aware just how famous Harry was. He said, "I mean, my daughter had talked about him. My kids talked about him, but I wasn't really that aware of it. So the truth is, I cast Harry because he fit the part wonderfully and truly earned a seat at the table." Aww, this makes us even more psyched to watch Harold on the big screen! Check out the latest teaser below—we finally hear Harry speak a line! (via

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