A FILM shot at locations across the city, and starring popstar Harry Styles, has been named in a list of movies to look out for this year.

My Policeman, which was filmed in locations across Brighton and Sussex in Spring last year, has been tipped for huge success by Hollywood entertainment magazine Deadline.

The production, based on a novel by Brighton author Bethan Roberts, stars former one Direction star Harry Styles and The Crown’s Emma Corrin.

The Argus: My Policeman stars Harry Styles and Emma CorrinMy Policeman stars Harry Styles and Emma Corrin

Deadline journalist Andreas Wiseman said the film is certain to cause “hysteria” on the red carpet.

The film is expected to be released on Amazon Prime later this year, though an exact date has not yet been confirmed.

My Policeman is set largely in Brighton and Hove, but locations in Saltdean, Peacehaven and Newhaven were also used for filming.

The Argus: Harry Styles and Emma Corrin star in My PolicemanHarry Styles and Emma Corrin star in My Policeman

Harry plays Tom, a gay policeman who marries Marion, played by Emma, to conceal his secret relationship with a young man called Patrick.

Filming began in Worthing in May 2021.

Photographs shared on Twitter show Harry filming an on-screen kiss with Emma outside The Vine pub in Tarring.

Film trailers, several classic cars and large camera crews have been pictured in the carpark of Worthing Leisure Centre.

The Argus: Harry Styles stars in My Policeman, filmed in BrightonHarry Styles stars in My Policeman, filmed in Brighton

Harry and Emma, who shot to fame in Netflix hit The Crown, have also been seen filming at the Royal Pavilion and the Brighton Dome.

Filming also took place in Regency Square, Brighton and Brunswick Square, Hove.

Hundreds of extras alongside Harry and Emma were also seen on Brighton Palace pier – with set designers transporting the landmark back in time to the 1950s.

Madeira Drive and Hove seafront are also expected to feature heavily.

A large section of the promenade was sectioned off for filming, and members of the public were told they could not walk along the beach parallel to Hove Lawns.

Two buses full of extras arrived at the location, followed by two cars carrying Harry and Emma.

Harry was seen waving to fans as he left the seafront set and could be hearing shouting over to members of an exercise class, which was taking place on the lawns.

Award-winning theatre director Michael Grandage is shooting a screenplay by Oscar-winner Ron Nyswaner, who penned 1993 legal drama Philadelphia.

Harry made his acting debut in Christopher Nolan’s 2017 war film Dunkirk and will star in Olivia Wilde’s psychological thriller Don’t Worry Darling.

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