A photo posted on Twitter today has got the internet speculating that Rihanna and Donald Glover are making a movie together. The post was captioned "on set in Cuba," and per ET's report, it's thought the rumored film project will be a musical.

The speculation is that the project is being helmed by long-time Glover collaborator Hiro Murai (Atlanta) and that RiRi and Glover have been filming in various locations around Havana. According to a report on Cuban site Vistar, Letitia Wright and Nonso Anozie are also involved, and the film's working title is Guava Island.

As you would expect, fans are pretty excited, taking to Twitter not only to speculate about what the project could be — a movie or a music video — but also to generally lose their minds. Grab a sample of the hype below.

Are you psyched at the prospect of RiRi and Childish Gambino performing together in a musical? Share your thoughts below.

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