Game of Thrones film crews have reportedly set up camp in Aldershot, just over the Surrey border in Hampshire.
Over the last few weeks, a medieval-looking set with colourful tents has been built within the trees of Caesar’s Camp.
Rumours on social media suggest that it could be for the ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel – ‘House Of The Dragon’ – but nothing has been officially confirmed.
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‘Game of Thrones’, based on the popular fantasy novels of George R.R. Martin, ran for eight seasons from 2011 to 2019.
The programme became a huge hit across the world and now a prequel is in the works.
‘House Of The Dragon’ takes place 300 years before the events in ‘Game of Thrones’ and depicts the Targaryen civil war.
In June, Screen Daily and Variety, both reported that the prequel would be the first production to use a new virtual production stage at Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden, Hertfordshire.
Darren Pepe, a SurreyLive photographer, headed to the site on Thursday (September 23) and spotted a Warner Bros van parked up near the film set.
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Warner Bros has been approached for comment.
This is not the first time Caesar’s Camp has been used as a film set, in fact, Rushmoor has become a haven for filming in the last few months.
In August, famous director Guy Ritchie was spotted filming an action scene full of smoke and ‘gun shots’, while the BBC and Amazon are creating dramas in the new Farnborough Film Studios site.
Below are all the images Darren captured of the exciting film set.
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