Wearing an off-shoulder top and printed skirt, she perfectly complemented Catherine's belted, plunging black dress. We've been waiting to see Joan Crawford and Bette Davis' legendary feud come back to life through the theatrical lens of Ryan Murphy.

And based on the first full trailer for We also get a cheeky narration from Olivia de Havilland (Catherine Zeta Jones), who sums up the "rivalry" between the two in terms we can still appreciate today!

Ch-ch-check out the twisted trailer (below) and catch , will be anything but a "quote-unquote camp-fest." The producer's latest anthology series centers around the legendary feud between silver screen legends Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, played respectively by Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange. While the upcoming premiere already has viewers excited for more infamous feuds to come in future seasons, Murphy said he has no plans to explore another Hollywood-centric female feud!

Speaking at the show's panel at the 2017 Winter TCA Press Tour, he explained: star stepping back out into the spotlight after sparking concern about his health at the end of last year.

Related: Catherine Gives Michael A Kiss To Celebrate Joint Birthdays! de Havilland made a statement through her lawyers that she did NOT like how she was portrayed (by the fabulous Catherine Zeta Jones btw) on the show.

The teen attended the Michael Kors Fall 2017 show alongside her momma in New York on Wednesday, and she is seriously stunning. The statement reads: Let the shading of epic proportions begin!

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Someone sign Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas' daughter ASAP!