I want Deborah to go on The X Factor, get told she’s average at best by the judges, and then throw the biggest hissy fit on stage, maybe even get a little destructive back stage, and it all goes viral. I imagine watching that video would be certain students’ favorite pass-time.
Everywhere Styles goes, a screaming pack of One Direction fans follows.
But, now that the shaggy-haired singer is set to make his feature debut
in Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated World War II film “Dunkirk,”
his fans may well start screaming for a different reason. With no screen
track record save for music videos, TV series like the U.K.’s “X
Factor,” and a cameo in “Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie,” the question
remains: Can Harry Styles act? Certainly that looks like a good bet, and
he’ll be surrounded with a host of A-plus British talent including Mark
Rylance, Tom Hardy, and Kenneth Branagh. Styles might well surprise
fans and critics in “Dunkirk,” and, perhaps, launch a burgeoning film
career. – Will Thorne