Harry Styles steamy sex scene with Florence Pugh in film trailer sends fans wild

Harry Styles fans have gone wild after seeing a steamy trailer for his upcoming film, Don't Worry Darling.

The trailer features the Watermelon Sugar singer in the role of Jack performing oral sex on Florence Pugh's Alice on a dining table, before they're seen sharing a steamy kiss in bed together.

The trailer has caused a social media frenzy with fans taking to Twitter to show their excitement for the film.

One person said: "People are definitely gonna watch it for Harry styles. I give you my word.

Another posted a number of pictures of Styles in the film and said: "Harry Styles as jack that's it that's the tweet."

A third person penned: "It's the way I knew to expect this but when I actually saw it I was baffled, I did not need to see my idol give someone head."

The film is set in the 1950's in a town called Victory.

The town seems perfect however Alice (Florence Pugh) begins to suspect not everything is at is seems, and questions what is happening in the sinister town and why.

The film made the headlines this week after director, Olivia Wilde, was astonishingly handed custody papers on behalf of her ex -fiancé Jason Sudeikis, while onstage at CinemaCon in Las Vegas.

The 38 year old had been speaking at the event to promote the film before being given an envelope labelled ‘Personal and Confidential’.

"This is for me? Is this a script? Ok got it. Thank you,” Olivia responded, before glancing at the documents. Barely flinching, Olivia then continued with her speech.

Fans soon speculated over whether Jason and his legal team were aware Olivia would be served the papers while on-stage, but a source has since claimed he “would never condone” that happening.

Olivia's relationship with Harry is reported to have grown more serious in recent months.

According to a source, the Hollywood star was introduced to the singer’s mum back in December in the “most serious” step for the couple.

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