The first trailer for Donald Glover and Rihanna's mysterious new project, reportedly a movie titled Guava Island, has surfaced online.

The full HD trailer has yet to be uploaded to official channels, but a fan managed to capture the brief clip when it premiered at Glover's PHAROS Festival in New Zealand this weekend. Watch it below.

“We live in paradise but none of us actually have the time or the means to live here,” Glover says in the clip, perhaps hinting at the film's subject matter. All we know right now is that Rihanna will reportedly star as Glover's beloved and partner-in-crime, alongside co-stars Letitia Wright and Nonso Anozie.

It's also said to be directed by Hiro Murai, the man behind Atlanta and Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” video, with filming taking place in Cuba.

Stay tuned for more information.

In other news, Abbott NYC launches Montana-inspired “Big Sky” fragrance.

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