The millennial-Gen Z favorite star-crossed lovers are at it again. Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet are teaming up for roles in Wes Anderson’s new film, “The French Dispatch.”

The film is set to release on July 24 and the promotional poster released on Tuesday created an immediate buzz on social media for its illustration of Chalamet in a bathtub. The first official trailer was released Wednesday (seen above) and does indeed show a brief clip of Chalamet bathing naked, as well as Ronan dressed in old-school glam.

This isn’t the first time Ronan and Chalamet have teamed up for a movie. Their incredible onscreen chemistry makes them favorites of directors like Greta Gerwig who cast them as two leading roles in both “Little Women” and “Ladybird.”

In “Ladybird,” Ronan plays the lead character who navigates typical teen woes, first falling for a red-headed boy in her drama club (played by Lucas Hedges) and then developing a crush on Chalamet’s bad-boy character, Kyle. Their onscreen chemistry is incomparable, but Chalamet said in 2018 when the movie came out that they are just great friends in real life, ABC News reported.

“In that movie, I’m supposed to be an object of desire or at least an object of aloofness,” Chalamet said. “It was tough as hell with Saoirse because I don’t feel any of that with her. And certainly, our relationship in real life did not play out at all like that.”

However they want to define their offscreen relationship, both fans of the two actors and Gerwig seem to enjoy casting them alongside each other. Gerwig’s Oscar-nominated “Little Women” saw Ronan and Chalamet cast as the infamous couple-that-never-was, Theodore "Laurie" Laurence and Jo March. Ronan’s performance nearly earned her an Oscar for best leading actress. (She lost to Renee Zellweger.)

Both actors are aware of the massive fan base trying to “ship” them to be together because they are asked about their relationship status in nearly every interview. Ronan said that working with Chalamet feels natural to her, Refinery29 reported.

“He keeps me on my toes — I’m never quite sure what he’s going to do next,” Ronan said. “That only progressed more and grew more. It helped that we do have a very natural rapport with each other.”

It is unclear in the trailer for “The French Dispatch” what Ronan and Chalamet’s relationship will be like in the film, or if they will have any scenes together. It seems fans will have to wait until summer to see for themselves.

Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet
Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet pose at a "Little Women" photocall on Dec. 16, 2019 in London. David M. Benett/Dave Benett/WireImage