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Harry Styles offered movie roles in exchange for dates

Harry Styles offered movie roles in exchange for dates

FAIR TRADE?: Harry Styles is being offered the help of a Hollywood icon - in exchange for dating his daughters. Photo: Associated Press

Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein has offered British pop star Harry Styles the chance to launch a film career on the condition the singer dates his daughters.

The celebrated producer has revealed his girls are big fans of the One Direction star, and he is willing to help Styles fulfil any Hollywood aspirations he might be harboring, if he agrees to meet his kids.

Weinstein tells Britain’s The Sun newspaper, “Harry Styles will definitely be a movie star if he wants to… First he’s got to date all three of my daughters. They all think he is extremely handsome. Once that’s sorted, he can be in any film he wants.”

The movie mogul has three daughters from his first marriage, as well as a four-year-old daughter with his current wife, fashion designer Georgina Chapman.

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