Maisie Williams, Sophie Turner and David Bradley are some of the cast members of “Game of Thrones” who were spotted in Northern Ireland to film their scenes for Season 6. Meanwhile, Natalie Dormer teased some elements of the plot in a recent interview.

Walder Frey may be seen more often in the next season of the popular TV series, as Bradley is back in Belfast to film his scenes, Watchers On The Wall reports. The actor was previously in the city to film his scenes in August. Williams (Arya Stark), Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran Stark) and Turner (Sansa Stark) are some of the other cast members who were spotted in Belfast.

Filming of “Game of Thrones” Season 6 is reportedly taking place at the moment at Titanic Studios, Shane’s Castle and Magheramorne Quarry. Some of the scenes are also being filmed at “woodsy areas” in a forest, with the crew members covering the area with fake snow and using a smoke machine to create a “foggy” atmosphere for the scene.

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Meanwhile, Dormer (Margaery Tyrell) recently revealed that her character will be trying to find “an angle” to get out of her cell, VanityFair reports. The report reveals that the character will have a “cunning” plan to escape from the clutches of the High Sparrow (Jonathan Pryce).

Dormer revealed that Margaery’s plan is “pretty amusing and ingenious.” The report notes that according to previous leaks from the set, Margaery will emerge from her cell “entirely broken” and will be seen as a new convert to the beliefs of the High Sparrow.

The report notes that Margaery’s conversion may be an act to save herself and her actions will apparently force a “despondent” King Tommen (Dean-Charles Chapman) to hand himself over to the Sparrows in “Game of Thrones” Season 6. This is supposedly the plan of House Tyrells to further weaken the Lannisters.

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