Game of Thrones season 6: Stars celebrate film wrap as Kit Harrington is spotted in Northern Ireland

Melisandre actress Carice van Houten was also seen in Belfast

Jack Shepherd
Monday 14 December 2015 09:55 GMT

Filming for Game of Thrones season 6 has all but wrapped up, with the stars of the show celebrating with a party at the Ulster Museum, Northern Ireland.

However, that doesn’t mean they’ve finished filming the upcoming season, as wrap parties are often held before the end.

So, why am I telling you this? Well, Game of Thrones season 6 is nearly finished! Meaning we’re closer than ever to finding out what happened to *that character* than ever before.

Also, we can learn a fair bit about what the show has in store for us by knowing who is in Northern Ireland right now.

Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner at the Game of Thrones wrap party

Emilia Clarke, Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner were all photographed together while Liam Cunningham was also seen in attendance. No real surprises there then.

The big news is, of course, that Kit Harrington was spotted back in the area, as was Melisandre actress Carice van Houten, according to Watchers on the Wall.

It is widely believed that the Red Witch may revive Jon Snow in season 6, hinted at by the deathly looking photo of him used by HBO to promote the show.

If they are both in Northern Ireland at the same time, that means it is definitely happening, right?

He's coming back, right?

Recent revelations on Game of Thrones have come from HBO themselves rather than fan gathered sources.

The network released some teaser footage with featured Daenerys, Cersei and Ramsay, while a poster indicated Jon Snow lives on.

Actor Ian McShane also shed some light on to who he will be playing in the upcoming season, hinting he may bring back a well-loved character (probably not Jon Snow).

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