Game of Thrones filming is picking up again at Magheramorne Quarry, home to the Wall and the Night’s Watch.
According to a tweet from a local, the show is filming a “very exciting” scene today, one that requires extras for filming out at the quarry.
Ugh! Missed out on a #GameOfThrones casting call at 4:40am to be at Magheramorne Quarry by 6am for filming a "very exciting" scene today!
— Troy Towsley (@ttowsley) November 13, 2015
There’s no information yet as to what specifically GoT is shooting there at the moment.
In sightings news: our Euron Greyjoy, Season 6 new addition Pilou Asbæk, was spotted in Belfast yesterday.
— Stan Ferguson (@Stan_Ferguson) November 12, 2015
Also seen, in a photo posted online two days ago, were David Bradley, Isaac Hempstead Wright, and Maisie Williams. The actors posed with fans at Stix and Stones restaurant in Belfast.
Quick location update: The snow-covered forest we saw last week, we now know is located in Crossgar. The Northern Irish village is located closely to Saintfield.
Real fake snow. Crossgar, Northern Ireland. 2015. #setlife #snow #hashtags #fake #blizzard #trees #production #tv A photo posted by Peter Marley | @petermarley_ (@petermarley_) on
The same person posted a photo today from a filming location at – you guessed it- Magheramorne Quarry.
You’d think filming would be slowing down with December coming, but typical for Game of Thrones, things are only getting more hectic with the winter.