ByJack Carr, writer at Creators.co
You are the Princess Shireen of the House Baratheon, and you are my daughter.
Jack Carr

Rita Ora, the multi-talented British singer-actress-designer-philanthropist whom America seems to believe is a superstar in her home country, has added to her already vast legacy by making a movie with none other than Princess Leia.

Ora, whose first and only album was released way back in 2012, has recently been focused on things like ad campaigns with Adidas, judging on The Voice and hosting the new season of America's Next Top Model, as well as turning up on red carpets and going home with goody bags.

The young entrepreneur also had a blink-and-you'll-miss-it cameo as Mia Grey in Fifty Shades of Grey, and apparently the acting bug has stuck, because Ora recently revealed she'll be playing a witch opposite #CarrieFisher in an upcoming fantasy movie.

#Wonderwell, which filmed this summer in Italy, is pretty under-the-radar so far, but thankfully Rita described it for us in illuminating detail:

"I play a bad witch and Carrie is the good witch. It’s fantasy meets greed. I run a town, she runs a forest; I’m all about the power. I want lots of power – and everything that comes into this city in Italy – but I’m not getting it, because of these kids that have a lot of control."

It actually sounds kind of like Wicked, if Wicked was set in Italy and not a masterpiece. Set pictures suggest this might be set in the '20s, which coincidentally is also how many people who have heard of this underpublicized diamond so far. Sarcasm aside, I'm legitimately hyped af to see Ora and Fisher engaged in a magical war.

No word on when Wonderwell is released, but expect it to become a future cult classic. Carrie Fisher will next be seen in Star Wars 8, while #RitaOra will be imparting her wisdom on America's Next Top Model.

Is there anything Rita Ora cannot do?