'Game of Thrones'
Executive producer and director, David Benioff (R) gestures near a collaborator during the filming for Season 6 of HBO TV series "Game of Thrones" in Girona, northeast of Spain, September 3, 2015. Half a century ago, Hollywood came to Spain, turning Madrid into revolutionary Russia and the arid south into the Wild West. Now the government is trying to lure the movie industry back with a fistful of dollars. Picture taken September 3, 2015. Reuters/Gustau Nacarino

The production crew of “Game of Thrones” Season 6 has reportedly returned to Magheramorne Quarry in Northern Ireland. The location stands in for The Wall in the show and the crew was seen preparing the set, indicating that scenes will be filmed there soon. [Spoiler alert]

According to a report by WatchersOnTheWall, the crew of the show are currently building new sets at Magheramorne Quarry. Leaked pictures from the production set reveal the work in progress at the set. Some of the set pieces being used may be leftovers from the Hardhome episode from Season 5, which featured a massive battle between the Free Folk and the army of the dead.

A report by WinterIsComing notes that the last time the production crew was at this location; they were filming the funeral scene of Jon Snow (Kit Harington). The report also notes that there has been no sign of the men of the Night’s Watch since then, although a lot of filming has taken place over the past few months.

The report speculates that since there are very few men of the Night’s Watch remaining, “Game of Thrones” Season 6 could see the fall of The Wall. The White Walkers are finally on the move to occupy Westeros and the only thing that is standing in their way right now is The Wall.

Meanwhile, leaked pictures from Ireland show that scenes of the Lannister siege against a castle belonging to the Tullys continue to be filmed. The Lannisters will use siege equipment in order to bring down the castle.

Filming in Spain is said to have been completed already. Scenes involving Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) were filmed in the country. The character was last seen with a Dothraki horde, far away from Meereen. Fans of the franchise are eagerly waiting to see if “Game of Thrones” Season 6 will mark the return of Daenerys to Westeros.

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