Fantasy fans, get ready for the crossover of a lifetime: Natalie Dormer from Game of Thrones has signed on to narrate a new Harry Potter audiobook, and we couldn't be more excited.
Margaery Tyrell (played by Dormer on GoT) probably thought she had seen her fair share of (evil) magic via Queen Mother-in-Law Cersei...little did she know she'd soon be joining the wizarding world.
Audible's newest Harry Potter original, A History of Magic, "reveals hidden stories from real-world magic and how some of its ancient objects, manuscripts and spells influenced the Harry Potter stories," according to the Pottermore Publishing site.
"From European runes to Chinese oracle bones, crystal balls and broomsticks to giants and werewolves, the audiobook brings to life a multitude of artifacts—the very stuff of magic and mythic tradition." OMG, this is better than when we found out about the Harry Potter movie marathon happening this month. (Although we're still freaking out about that, too.)
The audiobook takes its cues from the exhibition at the same name that showcased at the British Library last year and that will open at the New York Historical Society in NYC this October.
The audiobook version of A History of Magic, featuring narration by Natalie Dormer, is set to release on October 4 (in tandem with the NYC exhibition).
If there really was a HP x GoT crossover, would that make Jon Snow "The Boy Who Lived"? Mind. Blown.