Singer Harry Styles said he did not have to worry about his performance in his feature film debut, "Dunkirk", thanks to the director of the film, Christopher Nolan.
The 23-year-old star said he was only focused on the film's success, rather than what critics would say about his acting chops, reported ScreenRant.
"I think everyone ... Being on Chris' set he's so passionate about it and he's so infectious. He creates this environment where everyone, cast, and crew there's one focus, and it's what's doing the best for him and doing the best for the film and making it as good as it could possibly be...
"And I don't think there's any room to think about anything too personal other than that. I feel like everyone has the same goal just to do their part for the film, really," Styles said.
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