Apparently, Henry Cavill, John Stamos, Keri Russell, and John Goodman all have some very important messages for their younger selves.
And now, during appearances on Late Night with Seth Meyers, the four talented stars get the opportunity to send those messages directly on camera.
First, Keri Russell, who stars in The Americans and who just celebrated her 40th birthday, opens up the segment with a message warning to her younger self about haircuts:
"Hey little Keri, it's me, older Keri! Your life is going to be so exciting. But whatever you do, don't cut your hair short during the second season of 'Felicity.' "
Because people did not like that.
Then, Henry Cavill talks to his younger self about wanting to play Batman:
"You [will] finally get to be in a Batman movie. You know how you have all those 'Batman' posters in your bedroom? Well, Henry, this movie has it all."
But, knowing now that he's been cast as Superman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, he tells his younger self:
"But as for your part in [a Batman movie], I think it's best we wait until your old enough to handle it," Cavill says, smiling.
Overall, we find the video refreshing, seeing as the celebrities take a sarcastic and witty approach to poking a little fun at themselves and their careers. Plus, it's sure to give you a good laugh.
Check out the full video below: