New details emerge of Harry Styles' bisexual romance film My Policeman

The 'Golden' singer made his movie debut in 2017's Dunkirk.


Words: Jamie Tabberer; pictures: Columbia Records

New details have emerged of the movie My Policeman, starring One Direction icon Harry Styles as a bisexual cop.

The 'Golden' singer's involvement in the project - an adaptation of the best-selling 2012 novel of the same name - was first reported in September 2020.

Now, according to DeadlineThe Crown's Emma Corrin has been cast to star opposite Harry.

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Set in 1950s Brighton, England, the book follows a schoolteacher named Marion who falls for Tom, a policeman - who is himself involved with another man named Patrick.

Michael Grandage will direct; no word yet on who will play Patrick. Lily James was previously in talks to play Marion.

"Bring back manly men"

Harry, who made his movie debut in 2017's Dunkirk, has another film in the pipeline: drama Don't Worry Darling, to be directed by Booksmart's Olivia Wilde.

Late last year, Wilde defended Harry when conservative critic Candace Owens, while trashing the One Direction star for wearing a dress on the cover of US Vogue, said: "Bring back manly men."

Reacting on Twitter, Olivia said: "You're pathetic."

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