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Early Kylo Ren Concept Art Reveals A Terrifying Early Design For The Force Awakens

The Star Wars franchise is arguably the most wildly popular property in film, spanning decades and entire generations of moviegoers. The galaxy far, far away has been growing exponentially since Disney acquired Lucasfilm, crafting main installments, standalone movies, and even an upcoming Disney+ series. It all started with J.J. Abrams’ The Force Awakens, and it seems that Adam Driver’s Kylo Ren originally had a much more terrifying look.

Kylo Ren is the villain of the sequel franchise, with Ben Solo’s conflicting emotions being a main through line throughout The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. Concept art for the character was recently revealed, and it turns out that he could have had a much scarier appearance. You can check out the art below, with Kylo having a close resemblance to Darth Vader’s helmet-less appearance.

Woah. While Kylo Ren is portrayed by Adam Driver as a force sensitive young man, it seems J.J. Abrams and company toyed with a much darker interpretation of the character. And it looks awesome.

This new image comes to us from Instagram, and shows a far less human version of Kylo Ren. In the concept art, he looks far less human than the character we love to hate, seemingly corrupted by the power of the Dark Side. It’s an appearance that is clearly inspired by Anakin/Darth Vader’s looks from the previous films, connecting Ben Solo to his grandfather and villain inspiration.

In the image, Ben Solo is shown to have red eyes and extremely pale skin. The eye color is the same that Anakin Skywalker had as a Dark Jedi in Revenge of the Sith, as he attacked the Jedi temple and massacred younglings. The paleness of the character’s skin also looks like Vader’s when he finally took off his mask in Return of the Jedi.

Darth Vader’s inspiration in the above concept art for Kylo Ren can also be seen in his armor and equipment. He’s shown using some sort of breathing machine, similar to the iconic one that the iconic Vader uses throughout the original trilogy. That version of the character would likely be given his own iconic breathing sounds in the process, just like Darth Vader’s signature heaves.

This concept art is in stark juxtaposition to the look J.J. Abrams eventually landed on for Kylo Ren in The Force Awakens. Instead of a monstrous Sith, Kylo is portrayed as an angry young force user who has fallen to the Dark Side. He’s completely human in appearance, although he crafts his own signature helmet as a tribute to his late grandfather. That helmet was destroyed in The Last Jedi, but it looks like he might pop it back on for The Rise of Skywalker.

It should be interesting to see how Kylo Ren’s appearance continues to change in Episode IX, as the character’s story comes to a close. For instance, he got a scar in The Last Jedi thanks to his wound from battling Rey back in The Force Awakens. Will he submit to the Dark Side and be warped by the dark power of the force like the above image? Or will he finally be redeemed, returning to the Light Side and his mother Leia? Only time will tell.

All will be revealed when Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hits theaters December 20th. In the meantime, check out our 2019 release list to plan your next trip to the movies.

How to Dye Curly Hair Without Damaging It

Every curly-haired woman has a curly hair horror story. It might involve going to a salon that doesn’t know how to properly cut and shape. It might have to do with a stylist getting a little overzealous with heat and causing your subsequent fear of flatirons. It might even center on someone using a relaxer to “tame” your curls a bit (yes, this happens). We have trust issues, and rightfully so. Our hair is high-maintenance and sensitive at the same time. Anything that threatens our natural curl pattern—which we’ve spent years coddling, moisturizing, and detangling—is met with a lot of well-justified hesitation.

Naturally, when I decided I wanted to get highlights recently, I experienced an unsettling combination of feelings: cautious, skeptical, and extremely nervous. Even with the research I’d done on how to dye curly hair—an essential step before any salon visit—I still had a deep-seated fear that something could go wrong.

Thanks to my extensive research, it turns out I had nothing to worry about. My biggest piece of advice from this experiment: Find a great colorist. That’s undoubtedly the most important part of the process. Below, seven more tips on how to dye curly hair that’ll ensure you walk away with perfectly colored curls.

Book a Consultation—And Explore Alternatives to Bleach

Before any color appointment, you should always book a consultation. It’s helpful to bring in reference photos, then work with your colorist to see if it’s possible to duplicate those results on your hair type. Seventy-two hours ahead of my appointment, I went to London’s 3Thirty Salon to meet with stylist and owner, Tiff J. During our consultation, she asked what I was looking for and gave me more than enough time to ask all of my burning questions. Since I was shooting for a warm caramel shade and had “virgin hair” (meaning it hadn’t been colored before), she informed me that we would skip the bleach and opt for a permanent tint instead. If I had wanted a lighter tone, though, bleach would have been necessary.

That’s not to say bleach isn’t safe; you can use it on curly hair and retain your texture when it’s applied carefully and properly. Curly girls are often told that this step can ruin our texture and the only way to save it is to cut it off. This is and isn’t true—many factors go into taking your hair from healthy to fried. For instance, if your hair has a lot of elasticity to it and you’ve been moisturizing, you’re likely a better candidate than someone who uses a lot of heat and skips their deep conditioners. Another factor is your colorist, which is why the consultation is so important. Ideally, they’ll talk through some alternative techniques with you and work out a plan to limit damage instead of immediately pulling out the bleach. If that’s the case, you might want to book elsewhere.

“[Some colorists] think any dark hair that needs to be lifted more than four shades needs bleach,” says Tiff. “That’s where people go wrong.” However, keep in mind that if you already have color in your hair and want to go cooler-toned or lighter, your colorist may need to use bleach to lift it and cleanse the cuticle.

Load Up on the Olaplex

According to Tiff, a big saving grace for women who color their hair—both curly and otherwise—has been the invention of Olaplex. “That’s our best friend,” she says. “Colors break down the natural bonds within the hair, so what Olaplex does is rebuild as much as possible. That way you don’t feel like your texture changes so much.” She mixes the salon-grade product into the color itself, then shampoos and conditions hair with the rest of the range.

Bernie Taupin Talks One Rocketman Moment That Happened In Real Life

At the center of Rocketman, is the relationship between Elton John and his songwriting partner Bernie Taupin. The relationship is one of two men who become incredibly close through working together, though the film implies that in a drunken moment Elton John tried to make the relationship something more. It turns out, according to Bernie Taupin himself, that this scene actually happened.

Netflix’s The Politician: Everything We Know So Far

At last, we finally have a first look at The Politician, Ryan Murphy’s first TV show for Netflix. (The prolific producer signed a deal with the streaming giant in April 2018.) Starring Ben Platt, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Lange, and Zoey Deutch, this comedy-drama seems to mix the campy comedy of Glee with the biting wit of Scream Queens. So, in other words, Ryan Murphy is quite literally in its DNA.

Here’s everything we know about the show so far:

The release date. September 27, 2019.

The episode count. The first season will consist of eight episodes, and a second season has already been green-lit.

The premise. Per the show’s first official trailer (watch below), The Politician centers on a vicious high school presidential campaign set in an upscale suburb. Platt stars as Payton Hobart, a type-A, whip-smart student keen on winning the race, while Lucy Boynton plays Astrid, his biggest competition. Meanwhile, Zoey Deutch portrays Infinity Jackson, a seemingly sick female student who runs alongside Payton as his vice president. Thrown into the mix is Jessica Lange as Infinity’s mother and Gwyneth Paltrow as Payton’s mom.

Watch the trailer for yourself, below:

The cast. A full list can be found here. According to Variety, both Bette Midler and Judith Light are slated to make guest appearances in The Politician, as well.

Jessica Lange in The Politician.


IT Chapter Two Gave James McAvoy Nightmares Before Filming Even Began

Stephen King is an author who has given many people nightmares in his career. Whether you’re a fan of his books, or the movies based on them, odds are something you’ve read or seen has chilled you at one point or another. James McAvoy, who plays the role of the adult version of Bill in the forthcoming IT Chapter Two, is no exception.

McAvoy first read Stephen King’s IT when he was 15-years-old, but the actor recently told EW that reading the book as a kid didn’t give him nightmares. Rather, it was when he re-read the book in order to get prepared for his film role that the book really got to him. According to McAvoy…

For whatever reason, apparently James McAvoy wasn’t terrified of Pennywise as a teenager, but many years later the clown would finally get to him. Maybe that’s somewhat fitting considering that the actor is playing the adult version of one of the kids who defeated the clown the first time around. Just because they are adults doesn’t mean that they’re going to be in any better position to beat the clown again. If anything, as adults they’re smart enough to realize just what kind of danger they are in, something they maybe didn’t contextualize as children.

Of course, one has to wonder if the first IT movie may have had something to do with the fact that the book gave James McAvoy nightmares the second time around. Picturing the events of the book in your head are one thing, but we now have Bill Skarsgard‘s performance as Pennywise to help add flavor to the experience. It would be difficult to read the book now and not see Skarsgard’s version of Pennywise in your head.

If the first movie was enough to give you nightmares, get ready for IT Chapter Two to take things to another level. We’ve been teased that the sequel will be even more terrifying than the first movie. There are certainly enough moments in the book that could be translated into terrifying images on screen, though we know the filmmakers aren’t limited by the book either.

The first movie, which told the story of our heroes as kids, set box office records for a horror movie, and every indication is that the sequel is going to follow suit. If the new movie matches the first one in viewer perception as well, IT could end up being one of the most successful novel adaptations we’ve ever seen. Of course, even that won’t be the end because we’ve already been promised an extended cut of IT Chapter Two somewhere down the line.

Underwater Trailer: Kristen Stewart Goes Up Against A Deep Sea Monster

Kristen Stewart has fought vampires, evil queens and government agents, but in the 2020 action-thriller Underwater, the acclaimed actress takes a dunk and goes up against a deep sea monster. The first trailer for Underwater has arrived so dive in and check it out below.

The first thing that the Underwater trailer establishes is that this crew of underwater researchers is going to the very deepest parts of the ocean. The trailer doesn’t let us in on the specifics of their objectives or what they are studying, but all we need to know is that these characters are about as far as a person could possibly be on this planet from the nearest help or hope of rescue. That sets the stage for what’s to follow.

Something shakes the entire subterranean research laboratory and Kristen Stewart’s character Norah sees what has to be the most terrifying thing you could see in a place that deep underwater: a leak. The whole thing begins to flood and when the crew regroups, that’s when we get the first idea of what exactly might be going on. It seems that like the Dwarves in the mines of Moria, they “delved too greedily and dug too deep” and freed or awoke…something.

When the crew has to walk across the bottom of the ocean to survival, they must contend with the deep sea creature or creatures that are now awake. Unlike last year’s The Meg, and despite having comedian T.J. Miller as part of the cast, Underwater seems like it will largely eschew campiness. Instead it goes for a true sci-fi horror vibe and it was hard not to think of Ridley Scott’s original Alien while watching the trailer.

The one thing I really like is that similar to something like James Cameron’s underwater science fiction mystery The Abyss, which is still not on Blu-ray for some reason, the trailer for Underwater really makes the deep ocean feel like a different world. Just like space, the depths of the oceans are strange, unknown and alien and therefore frightening.

The special effects in this trailer look solid and the visuals have a real horror quality to them and appear distinctive enough to help this movie stand out if it’s good. My only concern on that front is that Underwater is a January release and while it’s not necessarily as true as it once was, that month is historically a dumping ground for movies Hollywood studios have no faith in.

On the other hand, that rule has exceptions and perhaps Underwater could find itself benefitting from Kristen Stewart appreciation following her role in November’s Charlie’s Angels reboot. The Signal is the third film from director William Eubank, who previously helmed 2014’s The Signal with Laurence Fishburne. For Underwater he lined up a cast that in addition to Kristen Stewart and T.J. Miller, also includes Vincent Cassel and Iron Fist and Game of Thrones actress Jessica Henwick.

Underwater splashes into theaters on January 10, 2020. There’s still plenty to look forward to in 2019 though, check it all out in our premiere guide.

Watch Chris Hemsworth Become Bro Thor For Avengers: Endgame

Following its record-breaking theatrical release, Avengers: Endgame is now officially available on DVD and Blu-ray. The Russo Brothers’ blockbuster may have hit theaters back in April, but the conversation surrounding its contents hasn’t slowed in the following months. One of the most discussed aspects about Endgame was related to Thor’s story, and his transformation into Bro Thor. Now we can see how Chris Hemsworth became the character on set.

Following The Snap and Thanos’ decapitation, the God of Thunder fell into a deep depression. Thor turned to alcoholism as a result, and Endgame‘s five-year time jump revealed the character had a massive physical transformation. He gained weight and let his hair and beard grow out. And now can see Chris Hemsworth in the makeup trailer in an awesome time lapse video. Check it out below.

Well, that’s awesome. Bro Thor (as he’s been officially named) allowed Chris Hemsworth to take his signature Marvel character to new places. And now we can see the process that it took to transform the super fit actor into the God of Thunder in Avengers: Endgame.

This video comes to us from Instagram, and shows the hair and makeup team applying their craft to Chris Hemsworth in order to make Bro Thor into a reality. The 36 year-old actor shot Infinity War and Endgame back to back, so he didn’t have the opportunity to grow out his hair or beard in order to play the OG Avenger. Instead, wigs and prosthetics were needed in order to transform his appearance.

Thor is typically known for his flowing blonde locks, which were unceremoniously chopped off during Stan Lee’s Thor: Ragnarok cameo. The God of Thunder went through the events of Avengers: Infinity War with that short look, getting a new eyeball courtesy of Rocket Raccoon. But the five-year time jump allowed the Avenger to regrow his hair, although it was unkept and nearly dreadlocked due to lack of care.

In order to make this happen, the hair department had to personally braid the wig atop Chris Hemsworth’s head. The above video shows the team at work, while the actor prepared to film his scenes for the fourth Avengers flick. This includes texting and using his phone, but also seemingly studying his lines via an iPad.

Thor’s beard also needed some serious attention, and the team is shown working on making it as ratty and long as possible. Thor typically keeps his facial hair short, but his depression after decapitation Thanos caused him to abandon all forms of grooming and exercise. The character maintained that long beard throughout the runtime of Avengers: Endgame, although it was magically braided when he took up Stormbreaker to fight Thanos again in the ruins of the Avengers facility.

Chris Hemsworth campaigned for Thor to remain at his bro state throughout Endgame, wearing a prosthetic fat suit throughout filming. It should be interesting to see how this is addressed in fourth movie, Thor: Love and Thunder. There’s also the possibility that he’ll have a role in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, as he has some serious chemistry with the motley crew of cosmic heroes.

Avengers: Endgame is available for home purchase now, and Thor: Love and Thunder is currently set to arrive in theaters on November 5, 2021. In the meantime, check out our 2019 release list to plan your next trip to the movies.

Will The Star Wars Movies Be Jumping To The Future Soon?




With Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker coming towards the end of the year, the future of Star Wars is largely a mystery. The saga will continue, Disney is making sure of that, but where exactly can we expect things to head in the near future?

If I’m placing bets, I’m thinking Star Wars is jumping into the future sooner than later. There are some moves being made that may support that opinion, and some chatter from those with some say in the franchise’s future to support this idea. Here’s some things to consider, and why we all may soon visit a galaxy far, far away not all that long ago.

Disney Is Wrapping Up The Sequel Trilogy

As we all know by now, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will mark the conclusion to the Skywalker saga. That presumably means that, after Episode IX, this franchise is going to move past the events that directly deal with the Skywalker family and onto something else. That family has had quite the legacy, and one would think the only way to escape it would be to go somewhere on the “galaxy’s edge” or deep into the past (such as for a Knights of the Old Republic story) or future.

So how far of a time jump are we talking here? Well, far enough that Star Wars: Resistance is going to end its run right up to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, although an animated series ending isn’t explicit evidence the franchise is prepping for a time jump. With that said, the fact that key actors in the sequel trilogy have gone on the record and said they don’t think they’ll be returning to the series has to mean something.

Either things are taking a jump to a completely different part of the galaxy (which is possible) or this franchise is taking a big jump forwards or backwards. To be honest, it could be doing all that, which is great considering we’re set to be getting more Star Wars content than we’ve had in past few decades in the near future. With that said, the future jump seems like the most obvious play, and one that the franchise is building towards elsewhere.

The Establishing Of The Outer Reaches Of The Galaxy

While a majority of Star Wars fans have been keeping an eye on the films and theories based on what’s seen there, the franchise has been slowly, but surely setting up stories along the edges of the Star Wars galaxy. It’s where The Mandalorian will take place, a setting that frequently keeps popping up in the new Thrawn novels by Timothy Zahn, and let’s not forget Disney Land’s latest attraction is galled “Galaxy’s Edge.”

To say this sudden spark of interest in a region that presumably had little to no role in the Skywalker saga all the sudden is interesting. Where were all these civilizations during the wars? What has been going on since then? Why are we just now hearing about them? It’s a question that, in a universe where light speed travel is possible, poses the question of just how far removed are these civilizations from the events of the core story.

If these factions were incredibly far away, then it would make sense it could take some time for them to successfully reach and impact the story of Star Wars. Or there are plans that have been secretly in development in these far reaches of space for decades, and whoever or whatever is planning on making a move is simply waiting for this First Order and Resistance conflict to play out so it can swoop in and clean up whatever side comes out on top there.

An arrival of an outside force wouldn’t be something that dominates a film that’s supposed to wrap up every movie that has come before, but it could make for a phenomenal scene just before the end credits. It would be different than how trilogies have concluded in Star Wars‘ past, but this is a new era. I’m not saying it’s a good or bad thing, but are we really going to believe Disney is going to wrap Episode IX with absolutely zero tease of where the franchise is headed in the future?

Rian Johnson Talking About His Star Wars Trilogy

Love it or hate it, Star Wars fans, Lucasfilm has Rian Johnson overseeing a future trilogy in the franchise’s universe. Now, because most Star Wars secrets are kept under lock and key, we know next to nothing about what his trilogy will entail, but recent comments the director was allowed to make were very telling.

To start, Johnson revealed that his trilogy will move past the legacy characters. At a minimum, that seems to mean Luke, Leia, Chewbacca, and others that have been around since the original trilogy, and to an extreme this could mean even the folks we only just met in the sequel trilogy. Going back to the bit where the current generation of Star Wars lead actors don’t seem so sure they’ll be reprising their roles. it seems like they may be out of this new chapter as well.

So how does one set itself apart from events and characters that have dominated the better part of a century? Well, going to the farthest reaches of the galaxy is an option, but telling a story completely unrelated to the Skywalker Saga in entirely unfamiliar territory would be a shock to audiences, especially those who were already shocked (and outraged) by some of the themes Johnson introduced in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

The better solution would seemingly be to jump beyond these characters into a future that’s been impacted by these individuals. After all, we’ve all been impacted by the actions of our forefathers, and we live our lives without making mention of it on a daily basis. Yet the evidence is still around us, and it would still be to a Star Wars audience even if characters aren’t sitting in a classroom and learning of R2-D2’s journey to Luke.

Do we know Star Wars is for sure headed into the future? We don’t, although as shown above, there is reason to suspect a major leap forward would solve some problems the franchise will face as it tries to distance itself from the Skywalker saga. We’ll, of course, have a better idea as we get closer to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, or maybe even sooner than that as D23 is right around the corner. Stick with CinemaBlend in the meantime for updates on both.

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Attention: Ava Max, CNCO, And Megan Thee Stallion Will Perform At The 2019 VMA Pre-Show

There’s only one week left until the 2019 VMAs, and all of your hard-won votes are being tallied to determine which stars will take home a shiny new Moon Person. But before the show actually kicks off, as is the custom, there will be a certifiably lit pre-show to set the mood. And to make that happen, this year’s pre-show is boasting blazing live performances from Ava Max, CNCO, and Megan Thee Stallion.

To help you navigate all the red-carpet excitement will be hosts Terrence J and Nessa, with Zara Larsson as special correspondent. And reigning Push Artist of the Year Hayley Kiyoko will be on hand to pass the torch and award this year’s winner. It’s all going down an hour before the main awards show, on August 26th at 7 p.m. ET/PT. But of course, that’s not all.

Today (August 19), we’re also revealing the nominees for not one, not two, but three more categories: Best Group, Best Power Anthem, and Song of Summer. Better give those voting fingers a good stretch, because your job isn’t done!

In the Best Group race, K-Pop phenoms BTS and BLACKPINK will face off against some beloved boy bands: Backstreet Boys, Jonas Brothers, PRETTYMUCH, CNCO, 5 Seconds of Summer, and Why Don’t We. Voting for that category is open now on MTV’s Instagram Story and will run for 24 hours.

Over on the Best Power Anthem front, Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift — who have already racked up a whopping 10 nominations each this year — now have another one to their names; Ari’s “7 rings” and Tay’s “You Need to Calm Down” are both nominated. The rest of the category is rounded out by fellow pop peers Miley Cyrus, Halsey, and Maren Morris, as well as hip-hop heavyweights DJ Khaled, Lizzo, and Megan Thee Stallion, whose viral “Hot Girl Summer” provides some stiff competition. Voting for Best Power Anthem begins on Tuesday (August 20) at 12 p.m. ET and runs for 24 hours on MTV’s Instagram Story.

As for Song of Summer, it’s a predictably stacked race, with 16 nominees that range from chart stalwarts like Lil Nas X‘s “Old Town Road” and Billie Eilish‘s “Bad Guy,” to viral sleeper hits like DaBaby‘s “Suge” and Lil Tecca‘s “Ransom.” Voting for the bracket-style Song of Summer opens via MTV’s Instagram Story on Wednesday (August 21) at 12 p.m. ET and will end after three rounds of votes on Sunday (August 25).

See the full list of nominees for all three categories below, and get voting for your faves!

  • Best Group

    5 Seconds of Summer

    Backstreet Boys




    Jonas Brothers


    Why Don’t We

  • Best Power Anthem

    Ariana Grande – “7 rings”

    DJ Khaled ft. Cardi B & 21 Savage – “Wish Wish”

    Halsey – “Nightmare”

    Lizzo ft. Missy Elliott – “Tempo”

    Maren Morris – “GIRL”

    Megan Thee Stallion ft. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign – “Hot Girl Summer”

    Miley Cyrus – “Mother’s Daughter”

    Taylor Swift – “You Need To Calm Down”

  • Song of Summer

    Ariana Grande, Social House – “boyfriend”

    Billie Eilish – “bad guy”

    DaBaby – “Suge”

    Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber – “I Don’t Care”

    Jonas Brothers – Sucker”

    Khalid – “Talk”

    Lil Nas X ft. Billy Ray Cyrus – “Old Town Road (Remix)”

    Lil Tecca – “Ransom”

    Lizzo – “Truth Hurts”

    Miley Cyrus – “Mother’s Daughter”

    Post Malone ft. Young Thug – “Goodbyes”

    ROSALÍA & J Balvin ft. El Guincho – “Con Altura”

    Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello – “Señorita”

    Taylor Swift – “You Need To Calm Down”

    The Chainsmokers, Bebe Rexha – “Call You Mine”

    Young Thug ft. J. Cole & Travis Scott – “The London”

The 2019 MTV Video Music Awards will air live from The Prudential Center on Monday, August 26 at 8 p.m. ET!

Harry Styles Living It Up At An Ariana Grande Concert Is My Monday Motivation

Think you’re an Ariana Grande fan? Pfft. You haven’t seen anything yet.

If you’re finding it hard to roll out of bed and get your Monday going, we proudly present Harry Styles absolutely losing it at one of Ari’s concerts. He went hard. Hard to the core. Harder than worldwide stadium tours, to quote

Styles recently spent a night out with Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown in tow at one of Ari’s stops in London. But he wasn’t just standing around nodding and mouthing lyrics. Oh, no. Ya boy Harry was dancing like his entire life depended on it, and if you needed a reason to spring out of your pajamas and right on into the day, this should do it for you.

Just look at this grindin’ and booty poppin’! He looks good, he feels good, he’s on top of the world in these clips. Yes, babies, Harry is feeling himself.

Social media has since erupted as people have been sharing videos of him bringing his amazing dance moves to life during “Dangerous Woman” and “Baby I,” among other hits. I mean, it’s perfectly understandable why. Have you ever seen someone so impossibly into the music other than yourself in front of the mirror pre-shower?

Meanwhile, Harry and Millie were seen excitedly chattering together, likely over the force of nature that is Ariana Grande. If you thought Harry shakin’ it was impressive, listen to sis serving those vocals.

What are they discussing? What are they planning? Are we able to get in on this newly-blossoming friendship? Maybe Harry is dishing on why he decided to turn down the role of Eric in Disney’s The Little Mermaid remake. Maybe Millie told him when the next season of Stranger Things is set to air. Details! We need details.

Whew. When legends stan legends, right? You love to see it.