"Watermelon Sugar" star Harry Styles is currently undergoing a mandatory 14-day quarantine as he was exposed to COVID-19, according to reports.
It's said the former One Directioner has been forced to quarantine after a crew member on-set of his new film tested positive for Coronavirus.
Styles has been filming for Don't Worry, Darling, the Olivia Wilde-directed flick that also stars Florence Pugh, Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, KiKi Layne and Nick Kroll to name a few.
Shooting scenes in downtown Los Angeles, production company New Line yesterday brought filming to a halt after a crew member's test showed they'd been infected with the deadly bug.
Routine testing showed up a positive test, and the worker who tested positive is in isolation.
Deadline adds that everyone on set has begun the mandatory 14-day isolation, but that no one else on production "has tested positive at this point."
Harry first joined the cast in September of the 1950s-set film, which features Florence's Alice noticing strange goings-on in her picture-perfect life.
Harry stars as Alice's husband Jack, who harbours a deep, dark secret from his wife.
The project marks Harry's second foray into the acting world after Christopher Nolan cast him in 2017 war film Dunkirk.