Every time impossibly cool Zoë Kravitz does something impossibly cool — like showing up to introduce Donald Glover on SNL, for example — you ask yourself, how could Zoe, daughter of Lenny, daughter of Lisa, possibly be any cooler? The answers keep coming: The Hollywood Reporter announced Monday that the actress/musician/model will adapt the hipster classic film High Fidelity for Disney's forthcoming streaming service.

The 10-episode series, which Zoë Kravitz will executive produce and star in, has been described as a "reimagining" of the 2000 feature film and novel of the same name. Kravitz will reprise John Cusack's role as a music junkie record store owner who's obsessed with pop culture trivia and minutiae. It's a bit of a full-circle moment for her as her mom, Lisa Bonet, played Cusack's girlfriend in the movie.

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As for when you can expect this reboot series to drop, details about Disney's yet-unnamed service are still a bit murky. So far, all we know is the service is expected in late 2019, so pencil this series into your calendar for at least a year from now and then prepare to wait!