Emma Watson is set for a "Harry Potter" reunion with the franchise's producer, David Heyman.

Watson and Heyman will collaborate for "The Queen of the Tearling," Variety reports. The upcoming project is the film adaptation of a book trilogy, to be published by Harper Collins in 2014. The trilogy is being hyped as the next "Game of Thrones," penned by first-time author Erika Johansen.

Watson has signed on to star in the film, as well as serve as executive producer. While "The Queen of the Tearling" is still without a director or writer, and the first book has yet to hit stores, the rights to the novel were already acquired by Warner Bros.

Watson recently appeared in Sofia Coppola's "The Bling Ring" and apocalyptic comedy "This Is The End." The 23-year-old actress will also appear in the upcoming biblical film "Noah."

For more on "The Queen of the Tearling," head over to Variety.

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