Our all-time favorite It-girls Rihanna and Cara Delevingne have landed major roles—as co-stars. They'll be acting together in an upcoming sci-fi film, Valerian, helmed by Luc Besson, the director behind films such as Lucy and The Fifth Element.
We've long been jealous of the close friendship between the two, so seeing these stars together on the big screen is something we are SO excited for. We've seen Delevingne absolutely slay as Margo in Paper Towns, and are looking forward to her major role as the Enchantress in Suicide Squad. Rihanna is no stranger to the film industry, either—she had a role in the 3D animated film Home and appeared alongside Taylor Kitsch in Battleship.
Like so many of us were, Besson was thrilled with the news, taking to social media to declare his excitement.
While Rihanna’s role in the film hasn’t been announced quite yet, Besson's Instagram post hinted that her part will be a big one.
The only bad news? We'll have to wait until summer 2017 to watch this film.