The studio where Game of Thrones films in Belfast, Northern Ireland, has banned drones in order to prevent fans from potentially filming spoilers—ensuring that dragons are the only thing that will fly over the studio.
Select Management and Security Limited, which provide security for Game of Thrones, in Titanic Quarter, East Belfast, posted a sign warning passersby that the area was a “no-fly zone,” according to Belfast Live.
“This ensures everybody is safe and it retains the privacy of anybody filming here too,” the source said. The cast and crew of Game of Thrones have yet to start filming the show’s sixth season; they’re currently promoting season 5. But it’s one fewer thing they’ll have to worry about when everyone gets back to business.