A new documentary about people who play Quidditch (the Wizarding World's favorite sport) in real life is coming out this October. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Bond360 / Via youtube.com And even the trailer has us excited: View this video on YouTube "No one can really call us nerds when we're out there," one Quidditch player said. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Bond360 / Via youtube.com The film is called Mudbloods, which is originally a derogatory term in the Harry Potter series. Bond360 / Via youtube.com "Over the course of shooting our film, we discovered that UCLA team captain Tom Marks was jokingly called a Mudblood by his brother because he started the non-magical sport of Quidditch at his school," Farzad Sangari (director) and Eric F. Martin (writer and producer) told BuzzFeed. "However, rather than shy away from the original meaning of the word, Mudbloods came to represent real-life Quidditch players in a unique and appropriate way.""The reappropriation of this word distinguishes a group of fearless, resilient individuals with the audacity and imagination necessary to take a fictional game from a book series and make it real," they continued. "It's actually better to be seen as a little weird and be happy than to not be the person you are," another Quidditch player said. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Bond360 / Via youtube.com Learn more about the Mudbloods movie on their website.