Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet on their Dune press tour has honestly been one of the most entertaining things ever. The power duo's budding friendship has been amping fans up ahead of their film's release, which debuted in cinemas on 22 Oct., and the latest stop on their press run reveals yet another hilarious way the two have been bonding. The Dune stars stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on 21 Oct. to talk about how filming went for the movie. When asked how they were able to break the tension on set, the two revealed their secret to handling the pressure: fart jokes. Yep, that's how these two got close.
But it's also what helped Zendaya finally ease into her experience of filming the movie, since *spoiler alert* she was only on set for five days. "I was coming in for five days on this massive production, and my first day I'm landing in, quite literally, what felt like Arrakis," she said. "But the thing that made me not nervous was the energy on set." Thanks to Chalamet and his funny fart jokes, it seems like Zendaya was actually able to take away a lot from the film, including a "lifelong friend" as she says. Watch the two share more tidbits about filming Dune above.