Harry Styles may retire from acting before his movie opens

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At today's (July 13) London premiere of the Christopher Nolan-directed film Dunkirk, Styles admitted he may put aside his acting hat.

Ahead of the premiere, Harry hosted a reception at Kensington Palace for Dunkirk veterans highlighting the lasting impacts of war on the mental health of service men and women.

Peaky Blinders stars Cillian Murphy, 41, and Tom Hardy, 39, who are also in the film, were reunited on the red carpet at the Odeon Leicester Square.

When asked whether Dunkirk director Christopher Nolan was more or less terrifying than X Factor boss, Simon Cowell, Harry said: 'I think Chris, in that he doesn't say anything, like at all.

'I think as hard as it would ever be on set, everyone was very aware of how, in comparison to what obviously people would have been through, this was nothing'.

"I don't know, I really enjoyed this, I might be one and done though - I'd do this one again for sure", he told Reuters.

The film of the battle of Dunkirk arrives in United Kingdom cinemas on July 21st courtesy of Warner Brothers Pictures, and we'll have a full review of the film next week (the early word is very, very good).

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