While we all continue to furiously speculate about whether or not “Jon Snow Lives!”, season six of Game of Thrones is currently shooting in Northern Ireland. According to Watchers On The Wall, a key scene was filmed yesterday involving new character Euron Greyjoy.

Taking place in Ballintoy Harbour, it apparently featured a crowd cheering for Euron, and the site has learned that Danish actor Pilou Asbæk has been cast in the role. He’s found great success in his home country with Borgen, but will soon be introduced to a wider audience when he takes on the role of Pontius Pilate in the upcoming remake of Ben-Hur.

The site has a detailed description of the scene, but unless you’re familiar with George R.R. Martin’s novels, it probably won’t make a whole lot of sense! However, his surname is no doubt familiar to you if you watch Game of Thrones, and trust us when we say that Euron is one of the author’s most despicable creations to date. Here’s that description:

“Sources say that the Kingsmoot was at least partially filmed today. The scene was very visible from the cliff paths nearby. Yara was present for the scene, as expected. There was no Victarion, as we’ve also been predicting for some time. Our source did see someone who appeared to be Aeron, playing the Drowned Priest’s role in leading the Kingsmoot and speaking often. They didn’t think it was the same actor from season 2 who appeared as a Drowned Priest, or anyone they recognized but it was difficult to tell for certain in this case.”