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Things get incredibly steamy between co-stars Harry Styles and Florence Pugh in the new teaser trailer for the upcoming thriller Don't Worry Darling.
The former One Direction star, 27, and the British actress, 25, enjoy a passionate kiss in the eleven-second trailer for the psychological thriller.
The chilling clip, which director Olivia Wilde first released, also sees Florence's character Alice underwater before appearing to be suffocated by cling film wrapped tightly around her head.
The trailer also confirms that the movie's Stateside release will be on 23 September next year. A UK date is yet to be released.
Don't Worry Darling is set in the 1950s where unhappy housewife Alice (Pugh) lives in a utopian experimental community with her husband (Styles), who is hiding a dark secret.
Fans of Harry and Florence were thrilled at the exhilarating first look, with one person tweeting: "What did i do to deserve getting to witness harry styles and florence pugh make out today how did i get so lucky."
Another person added: "I am so excited for this movie" while a third added: "I am officially shifting my attention to Miss Florence Pugh. SHE is the main character, do not let anything overshadow it."
The hotly anticipated movie also stars Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, Kiki Layne and Nick Kroll.
Don't Worry Darling began shooting in Los Angeles in October of last year – however, production was quickly plunged into chaos after a crew member tested positive for coronavirus.
Filming resumed after two weeks of quarantine before officially wrapping in February this year.
Speaking of the difficulties of directing a movie during the pandemic, Olivia previously told Variety: "It definitely affects that exact ingredient in the process, that camaraderie. It definitely makes it more difficult.
"You have to really focus on everybody's eyes. Everyone is communicating so differently, and there's a lot of gesticulating."
Don't Worry Darling will be Harry's second feature film following his widely-acclaimed performance in WWII film Dunkirk back in 2017.
Harry signed up for the film last September 2019. He was cast after actor Shia LeBeouf had to depart the movie.
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