The singer is seen in her first acting role (Picture: Samir Hussein/WireImage/Apple)
Dressed in a glittering gold dress, chunky rings and rocking bold red nail polish, the 26-year-old is seen in in a dance hold with The Witcher star.
However, despite his green velvet blazer and spikey brown hair, it’s Dua’s thick blonde bob that draws the eye, in a look worlds away from the long dark hair she is currently sporting on her Future Nostalgia world tour.
The Cold Heart chart-topper has clinched her first acting role in Matthew Vaughn’s new spy thriller Argylle, which, alongside Cavill, also boasts Bryce Dallas Howard, Sam Rockwell, Bryan Cranston, Catherine O’Hara, Ariana DeBose, John Cena and Samuel L. Jackson in its frankly ridiculously star-powered cast.
According to Apple, where the film is part of its originals slate, it follows the globe-trotting adventures of a super-spy named Argylle across the US, London and other exotic locations.
Plot details are being kept firmly under wraps, but it’s reported Vaughn is eyeing it up as the start of a new film franchise, following on from his success with the Kingsman trilogy, which he is set to expand further with a fourth film in 2023.
Dua rocks a bold blonde look (Picture: Backgrid/Apple)
Dua with her current long brown locks while on her ongoing Future Nostalgia tour (Picture: Getty)
Singer Dua also has fans in a flutter after announcing her new song with Megan Thee Stallion, Sweetest Pie, will be released internationally on Friday, 11 March.
The pair announced the collaboration on Instagram, with promotional shots including one featuring the pair on pastel-coloured cakes as Megan peeked out at the camera from behind a cupcake and Dua looked into the distance.
However, the Levitating chart-topper has also recently been hit with not one, but two copyright lawsuits for her hit song.
Dua, her record label and members of her team are being sued both by a reggae band and two songwriters who accuse her of lifting materials from their songs to create the 2020 smash hit.
Band Artikal Sound System claim Levitating is a ‘rip off’ of their 2017 track Live Your Life, and are seeking to claim any profits made on the song, plus damages.
songwriters L. Russell Brown and Sandy Linzer have also filed a copyright lawsuit against the musician, claiming she copied two of their songs to create Levitating.
According to the songwriters, the opening melody to Levitating is a ‘duplicate’ of their songs.
Dua has spoken before about how previous eras in music inspired the sound in her Future Nostalgia album.
Neither she nor her team have commented publicly on either lawsuit.