Maisie Williams, Daniel Radcliffe


Jon Snow might "know nothing," but Arya Stark knows a lot.

So much, in fact, that she had the foresight to know she could essentially break the Internet with one selfie (despite seemingly losing her sight in Game of Thrones). Maisie Williams, the actress who plays the famous daughter of Ned Stark, attended San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend and casually stumbled upon Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe).

Westeros and Hogwarts are colliding, and it's almost too much to handle. But if Williams and Radcliffe weren't enough to spark some serious GoT-Harry Potter fan fiction, they upped the ante by also including GoT co-star Hannah Murray, who plays Gilly, and Doctor Who star Jenna Coleman, who plays Clara Oswald.

"I think this photo is gonna make the world implode..... Last night was really great #sdcc2015," Williams captioned the Instagram pic.

Williams attended the annual convention for the HBO hit show's panel Saturday but also made an appearance in the first trailer for season 9 of Doctor Who. Radcliffe, on the other hand, was in San Diego to promote his new movie with James McAvoyVictor Frankenstein.

Now that Harry Potter and Arya Stark have collided in real life, we can only hope that they'll collide in their fictional worlds. Could The Boy Who Lived help the Stark girl regain her vision? We'd ask him to bring back Jon Snow, but based on the Harry Potter series it seems unlikely that anyone will be resurrected. Plus, the GoT panel maintained Kit Harrington's character is "deader than dead," but we still don't believe them. It's obviously just one big scheme to keep the fans on their toes...right?!

Unfortunately, fans walked away with little new information about upcoming season six of the show, as the TV series has caught up to the books. Thankfully, George R.R. Martin has given showrunners a general plan for the story. Only time will tell what happens to our favorite characters. In the meantime, we can obsess over this epic selfie and wonder whether or not it actually means something more. 

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