They're two of the biggest names in film, but actress Meryl Streep and director Steven Spielberg have only ever worked together twice during their decades-long careers.
The celebrated filmmaker enlisted the Oscar-winning actress's help back in 2000 for the film A.I. Artificial Intelligence. Streep did some voice work for the movie, which only took a day to complete.
The pair recently reunited for the film The Post, which tells the story of a publisher and editor trying to expose a cover-up of government secrets.
While promoting the new movie, Streep, 68, sat down for an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, and shared a weird but interesting story about the first time she worked with Spielberg, 71.
It may sound like a scene taken out of a movie, but Streep had to refer a ghostbuster to Spielberg. I wish I was kidding.
So why did she have to do it?