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Argylle’s Henry Cavill Reveals How Much He Helped Dua Lipa In Her First Major Role

According to the production notes for “Argylle,” Dua Lipa was looking to get into the world of acting when the opportunity to appear in Matthew Vaughn’s high-octane, twist-filled spy actioner came about. “I was excited but nervous because I had never done anything like this before,” said the former model and “Levitating” hitmaker.

While many singers have successfully made the transition to acting, there was no guarantee that Dua Lipa would have the skills necessary to take on the craft herself. When asked if he was able to provide her with any help or insight on set, her scene partner Henry Cavill answered in a more philosophical way about the collaborative nature of acting itself.

Well, I think regardless of anyone’s experience, whether they’re very experienced or not, you’re all there to help one another anyway,” the former star of “Man of Steel” and “The Witcher” told Looper. “If you’re having a good day or a bad day, it doesn’t really matter. You’re there to support, because that’s what we do. We’re all playing characters and throwing storytelling at one another, so we can respond. She doesn’t need any help. She’s fantastic.”

Whether Dua Lipa’s two relatively minor appearances in “Argylle” and “Barbie” lead to bigger and juicier roles for the vivacious singer remains to be seen, but if she can conquer the world of acting the way she has conquered pop music, she’ll have audiences levitating in movie theaters around the world.

“Argylle” is in theaters now.

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