Harry Styles forced into 14-day lockdown and filming of his new movie is halted

Harry Styles has been forced into 14-day lockdown and filming of his new movie Don’t Worry, Darling halted.

New Line, the studio behind the Olivia-Wilde directed film, has suspended production after a crew member tested positive, forcing Styles and others into quarantine.

The movie also stars Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Chris Pine, KiKi Layne, Gemma Chan and Nick Kroll with Wilde playing a supporting role.

According to Deadline, the studio has been following strict protocols, and the positive test came up during routine testing.

The person who tested positive is not believed to be a member of the principal cast but “someone who was in close enough proximity to them”.

The publication was told that everyone on set has begun isolating for the required 14 days and no one else on production “has tested positive at this point”.

Filming will be paused for 14 days in line with safety guidelines.

Singer, songwriter and actor Styles joined the cast two months ago after Shia LeBeouf pulled out.

In his second acting role, the Golden singer plays husband Jack opposite Florence Pugh’s unhappy housewife character, Alice, in the psychological thriller.

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