It's been 13 years since The Devil Wears Prada came out - can you believe it?!
Over those years fans have always assumed Mery Streep's fierce character in the film was inspired by the editor of one of the most famous magazines in the world - Anna Wintour.
This is because the film, adapted from Laren Weisberger's book of the same name, was thought to be a loose retelling of the author's real experiences of working at Vogue.
But it turns out Runway magazine editor Miranda Priestly wasn't actually based on Anna Wintour at all.
Or at least, that's the story Streep's co-star Emily Blunt is telling everyone.
Speaking in an NPR Podcast while promoting her new film, Mary Poppins Returns, Blunt revealed that Priestly was actually based on two men from Hollywood.
She said: "Meryl didn't actually base it on Anna Wintour - well, she told Anna that.
"She based it on two men in Hollywood that she knew - who will remain nameless, but I know who they are."
As well as this admission, Blunt also revealed how she managed to nab her role as Miranda's assistant, Emily, in the film.
"I remember I was out in LA, which I found altogether overwhelming anyway because it was very new," she explained.
"I was 22, I think, and I was auditioning at Fox Studios for something else, and then they just threw these slides at me and they said actually would you just read for this other thing while you're here. It's called The Devil Wears Prada."
She added: "I remember feeling really nervous because I was going to miss my flight. And so I think because of the anxiety I probably felt about being late - which I loathe being late in general - I think in some way that worked because I had a sense of sort of fretful energy about me.
"And that rather worked for this anxious, fractious, starving assistant that I was playing."
The base of the glass is broken.
She used her family's history as a base for her novel.
而它作为动词的时候则表示“以……为根据/原型/基础”，用法通常是 base sth. on sth.
She based her new novel on her own family history.