Don't Worry Darling's New Clip Brings Backlash For Harry Styles
Harry Styles Brutally Trolled For His Accent In New ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Clip

His ‘1000 accents in 5 seconds’ clearly didn’t go down well with fans

Harry Styles might be making the world groove to his latest album, but his acting in the upcoming film – Don’t Worry Darling is not going down well with some audiences. A new clip has recently dropped, which shows the singer engaging in an argument with co-star Florence Pugh. While Pugh garnered praise for the scene, Styles was trolled for his accent.

 

The clip shows Styles explaining to Pugh how their life will not be the same if she starts questioning everything around her, and that they could lose everything they have. While the scene is a moving one, fans couldn’t help but discuss (and troll) Styles’ accent.

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Movie buffs were quick to notice the As It Was singer’s peculiar accent in the clip, and soon after, there was a division of opinion on the internet. “God, being good-looking must be awesome. Get away with anything”, said a Twitter user. However, several others came out to defend the star and wrote, “This is his real accent, he’s traveled nonstop since 16,” Others did not really care about how he talked and were simply charmed by his innocence.

 

Check Out Some Of The Reactions Below:

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Whether he likes it or not, Harry Styles is in the news forever. The singer had to clear his name after recently being accused of queerbaiting. His upcoming movie, My Policeman has also become the talk of the town. The actor plays a closeted gay police officer from the 1950s.

 

The romantic period drama is set in 1957 Britain. Helmed by Michael Grandage, the film is based on Bethan Roberts’ 2012 novel of the same name. Also starring Emma Corrin, Gina Mckee, Linus Roache, David Dawson, and Rupert Everett, the film will release in theatres on October 21, followed by a global release on Amazon Prime Video on November 4.

(Featured Image Credits: Twitter @dontworrydarling)

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