Congratulations are in order! Lily Collins just landed the role of a lifetime in a career-making project: She's set to play Fantine in BBC’s upcoming serial adaptation of Les Miserables.

Collins, 28, shared the exciting news on Wednesday with an Instagram post of her smiling while sandwiched between costars David Oyelowo (Javert) and Dominic West (Jean Valjean).

“After having to keep this a secret, I couldn't be more thrilled or honored to finally announce my involvement in this new project!” the To the Bone star wrote. “I'll be joining @DavidOyelowo and#DominicWest in @bbcone 's #LesMiserables playing the iconic character Fantine. What an absolute dream to be working with this incredible ensemble on such a legendary story. I'm still pinching myself ... ” We would be too, Lil!

It’ll hardly be the first time Victor Hugo’s classic novel has tackled a new medium. In addition to the world-famous Broadway musical, Les Miserables has been adapted into a handful of feature films, most recently in 1998 and 2012.

That being said, Collins has some big shoes to fill—Anne Hathaway’s turn as Fantine in the most recent adaptation won her an Oscar. However, there’s a major difference between Collins’s and Hathaway’s roles … In a twist that may thwart Broadway super fans, BBC’s Les Miserables will not be a musical.

According to the BBC, filming will begin in February. Until it airs, we’ll have to find satisfaction in dreaming a dream of the upcoming miniseries.