It’s official: Harry Styles has made history as the first person to have his debut album (“Harry Styles”), movie (“Dunkirk”) and single (“Sign of the Times”) premiered in the number one spot. In an interview with VJ Elvis Duran, Harry revealed that he did not find acting to be difficult thanks to the realism created by Nolan. Styles took to his Instagram last night to share his thoughts about the “new victory.”

“I don’t have enough time to be worrying about personal discomforts,” Styles wrote on Instagram.

Harry’s movie

“Dunkirk” premiered on July 13, at Odeon Leicester Square, and was released in the United States on July 21.

The film reportedly grossed more than $230 million and received critical acclaim for Nolan's direction and screenplay. Harry won the role after auditioning against numerous candidates. In Canada and the United States, industry tracking for the movie’s opening weekend ranges from Deadline’s $35 million to Variety’s $40 million. On Rotten Tomatoes, “Dunkirk” holds an approval rating of 93% based on 298 critics, while its Metacritic scores are 94 out of 100 based on 52 reviews.

‘Sign of the Times’ (Harry Styles’ song)

"Sign of the Times" is Harry’s first single outside of the band One Direction. Released in April 2017, the song was written by Ryan Nasci, Harry Styles, Mitch Rowland, Jeff Bhasker, Tyler Johnson and Alex Salibian.

A few months ago, Harry Styles told Rolling Stone that the song was written in a way that a lady was giving birth to a child and there were compilations. The mother had a few seconds to tell her child, “Go forth and conquer.” Tim Jonze from The Guardian names it as “a good song.”

Harry Styles’ album

“Harry Styles” was released in May 2017; it is a joint project of Columbia Records and Erskine Records.

The album opens with several soft music numbers, such as "Meet Me in the Hallway" and "Sign of the Times." Different publications describe the album as impressive and soft; critics noted influences by British classic rock and singer-songwriter folk. A few days ago, Variety named the album as “a combination of balladry and Britpop.” The New York Times reported that the album’s theme mainly focused on relationships and women.

For this album, Harry teamed up with Jeff Bhasker, Kid Harpoon, Tyler Johnson and Alex Salibian. Its most famous singles are "Sign of the Times," "Two Ghosts," "Sweet Creature," and “Woman.” ranks it as the second best solo debut, behind Justin Timberlake's “Justified.”

In the meantime, Harry is being tipped to be the next big thing in Hollywood after winning rave reviews for his role in “Dunkirk.”