Stars from the hit shows “Game of Thrones” and “Stranger Things” hung out in Boston over the Fourth of July weekend, and luckily they left their dragons and Demogorgons at home.
According to the Boston Globe, Maisie Williams — aka the feisty and fearless Arya Stark on the award-winning HBO drama — shared a meal at North Square Oyster in the North End with Charlie Heaton and Natalia Dyer, better known as Jonathan Byers and Nancy Wheeler on the acclaimed Netflix series. The young celebrities reportedly snapped a few photos with fans and staff members in between bites of seafood.
maisie williams with charlie heaton and natalia dyer of 'stranger things' in boston pic.twitter.com/3BuT6WBia2— Game Of Thrones News (@gameofupdates) July 3, 2017
The "Stranger Things" duo also spent some time at Boston Public Market over the weekend, where Dyer sipped on a nutty greens smoothie at Mother Juice. Meanwhile, Williams took a few pics with other local fans during her trip to town, which of course included a stop at another North End staple, Mike's Pastry.
NEW: maisie williams in boston yesterday pic.twitter.com/FJ8C4AHuxp— Game Of Thrones News (@gameofupdates) July 3, 2017
maisie williams in boston yesterday pic.twitter.com/F9QLVyQ5Bv— Game Of Thrones News (@gameofupdates) July 3, 2017
Aside from taking in the area's restaurant scene, Williams and company are in town to shoot the latest superhero blockbuster "X-Men: The New Mutants." Directed by Josh Boone, the upcoming film is a spin-off of the main "X-Men" movie universe and will feature a younger team of mutant heroes.
"13 Reasons Why" actor Henry Zaga, who's playing the X-Man Sunspot, posted a playful Instagram photo along with his co-stars Williams and Heaton.
Williams is set to play a werewolflike mutant named Wolfsbane in the latest "X-Men" installment, while Heaton will play the force field-wielding Cannonball. While Dyer isn't supposed to have a role in "New Mutants," she's probably in town to support her "Stranger Things" cast member, since they're also dating in real life.
"X-Men: The New Mutants," which also stars Anya Taylor-Joy and Alice Braga, hits theaters on April 13, 2018.