It'll never be the same as it was – after watching Harry Styles' acting in a never-before-seen clip of "Don't Worry Darling."
Rolling Stone released an exclusive clip from Olivia Wilde's second directorial outing on Monday of a scene between Styles and co-star Florence Pugh.
In the 18-second clip, Harry's Jack and Pugh's Alice are arguing about the lifestyle they're leading. "Not everyone gets this opportunity
and if you keep talking like this you're going to put it all at risk," Styles says in the scene. "Our life, Alice, our life together… this, we could lose this."
People on social media were quick to question whether he was supposed to be British or American in the movie.
The "As It Was" singer was born in Worcestershire, England, and grew up in the northern part of the country in Cheshire.
Another user replied: "Why is Harry Styles, allegedly English, doing such a bad English accent."
The question of what accent Styles was going for kept others up at night. "What is the accent Harry Styles is aiming for in Don’t Worry Darling I need to know before I can sleep again,"
"Something very funny about Florence Pugh just doing her perfect little American accent in the face of whatever Harry is up to," a user wrote.
Others simply weren't surprised. Twitter user @kevin_thecritic compared Styles' accent in "Don't Worry Darling" to growing up watching New Zealand actors