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Every Photo of Harry Styles and Emma Corrin Having a Ball

Even the few non-fans of Harry Styles out there will no doubt feel a twinge of jealousy looking at the on-set photos of the actor-singer’s upcoming film with Emma Corrin (who broke out as Princess Diana in The Crown season 4). My Policeman began production last month in Brighton, which is where the original 2012 novel by Bethan Roberts takes place. The love story is set in the 1950s, which is why the titular cop, Tom (Styles), is married to a school teacher named Marion (Corrin), even though he’s gay. He’s actually already in a relationship—with an older art curator named Patrick (David Dawson), who later resurfaces when the trio gets up in age. The fictional relationship may be tense, but Dawson, Styles and Corrin appear to be having a ball on set. See the best of what the paparazzi have captured so far, here.

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Harry Styles & Olivia Wilde Pose for a Photo as ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Wraps

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From Harper’s BAZAAR

Harry Styles is heading back to the big screen.

The “Watermelon Sugar” singer has nabbed a role in the Olivia Wilde-helmed Don’t Worry Darling, alongside Florence Pugh and Chris Pine, Deadline reports. The former One Direction member replaces Shia LaBeouf, who had to exit the project due to scheduling conflicts. Wilde herself has a supporting role, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Details of the plot are still under wraps, but the film “is set in an isolated, utopian community in the 1950s California desert,” per Deadline. Screenwriter Katie Silberman, who penned Booksmart (Wilde’s directorial debut) and the Netflix rom-com Set It Up, wrote the screenplay, based on an original script by the VanDyke brothers. Production has already begun, but hit a temporary shutdown due to coronavirus.

Chris Pine has only praise for his costar Harry Styles.

While promoting Wonder Woman 1984,

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If Norman Rockwell were alive today: North Jersey photo exhibit updates iconic artist’s works

Painter and illustrator Norman Rockwell was renowned for capturing the essence of American life in his paintings and magazine cover illustrations over a span of six decades.

What if he were alive and active today?

Montclair Art Museum’s new exhibit, “Fragile Freedoms: Maggie Meiners Revisits Rockwell,” features 18 photographs that “reinterpret and update” the legendary artist’s classic images of mid-century America culture. The show will open on Sunday, Feb. 7, and run through June 13 at the museum’s 3 S. Mountain Ave. location.

Photo artist Maggie Meiners was inspired by a 2010 visit with her family to the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. There she noticed that Rockwell’s paintings “were really sparking conversations among visitors.” The Winnetka, Illinois-based photographer decided to recreate some of Rockwell’s classic paintings with the hope that “these images will be a platform for people to use for discussion, to expand dialogue while connecting people

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