Film crews spotted in Gloucestershire have sparked speculation they could be there for a TV series starring Richard Madden.
Cranes, trailers and props have set up camp in the Cotswolds and prompted theories about what they could be filming.
Crews were spotted by a resident at the Fire Service College in Moreton-in-Marsh, who posted the photo on social media.
The photo was posted on Sunday evening (May 23) and while it has not been confirmed what exactly is being filmed, comments on the post point to an upcoming TV series starring Bodyguard actor Richard Madden.
The photo was posted alongside a caption that read: “Film action at the FSC: cameras, lights, and about 30 American registered cars on the runway. Does anyone know what they’re filming?”
One comment read: “Amazon Prime Citadel” with another replying: “This is what I was told by a production assistant.”
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The series is being produced by Marvel film directors Joseph and Anthony Russo and is set to star the Game of Thrones star alongside Stanley Tucci and Priyanka Chopra.
Though not much is known about the series yet, it has been described as a “groundbreaking new show” as part of a “truly global action-packed spy series.”
This description, as well as the 30 American cars at the location, has led some locals to believe a car chase scene was being filmed.
Last month saw filming crews descend on Cotswold Airport, prompting rumours Mission Impossible 7 could be in production in the county.
Images of filming equipment parked at the airfield suggested a major movie project could be shooting scenes there, while rumours swirled on social media that Hollywood actor Tom Cruise was filming for Mission: Impossible 7.
However, speculation that crews were at the Fire Service College on Sunday for the Tom Cruise franchise was quickly put to bed, with one comment that said: “I know its not Mission Impossible as my daughter will be working on that film.”
Amazon Prime have been contacted for a comment but have yet to respond.
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