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Harry Styles 'to film X-rated gay sex scenes for new movie'

Harry Styles 'to film X-rated gay sex scenes for new movie'
Harry Styles will reportedly film "X-rated" love scenes for his role in new movie My Policeman.

Harry Styles will reportedly be filming "passionate X-rated sex scenes" for upcoming movie My Policeman.

The film, based on the Bethan Roberts novel of the same name, is set in Brighton in the 1950s - a time when homosexual acts were illegal in England - and follows a policeman played by Styles who falls in love with a museum curator, played by David Dawson.

According to The Sun, the script calls for two sex scenes between Styles and Dawson, while in another scene, Styles is required to go fully nude as his character poses for a portrait.

"Harry will be having sex on screen and they want it to look as real as possible," said a source on the film, which started shooting in Brighton last week.

"The plan is to shoot two romps between Harry and David, then another scene where Harry is naked on his own.

"Not much is going to be left to the imagination.

"Harry is throwing himself into this new role and is really excited about the challenge, even though it's a daunting task.

"He always wants to do things that people wouldn't expect and challenge what people think about him - and this film will really do that."

My Policeman, which also stars Emma Corrin, Rupert Everett and Linus Roache, is expected to be released in early 2022.

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