It is lights, camera, action once more as work recommences on a Viking revenge film in Ballycastle, starring Nicole Kidman.
The A-lister is due to film The Northman at Torr Head on the north Antrim coast.
A set was erected in the scenic and remote location back in February, but within weeks work was halted due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Set in Iceland at the turn of the 10th century, the film is also expected to star brothers Alexander and Bill Skarsgård and Emma actress Anya Taylor-Joy.
Resumption of work on the set comes as cinemas across Northern Ireland prepare to reopen their doors from this weekend after three and a half months.
Movie House Cinemas reopened its cinemas in Glengormley last night with extra safety measures in place while the group's other outlets at Cityside (Belfast), Maghera and Coleraine will follow suit on Tuesday.
Film fanatics will be treated to a new release, Black Water: Abyss as well as family-friendly Trolls World Tour and Upward.
Movie House managing director Michael McAdam has been busy planning the return of his cinemas over recent months.
He said the emphasis will be on the safety of both his staff and customers, many of whom may be venturing out for the first time in many weeks.
"We have implemented a new socially distanced seating plan for every screen, adjusted our ventilation system to allow for increased fresh air, bought specialist cleaning equipment and installed social distancing signage and Perspex screens," Michael explained.
"Our booking software has been redeveloped so that when a customer buys their tickets online, the system will automatically remove the seats surrounding each group.
"This means families or friends can sit together but others won't be directly next to them."
Customers will also be able to either show their phone at the cinema or print off their tickets at home, limiting contact with staff.
Additional new safety procedures include temperature checks at the entrance, reduced capacity in each screen, more show times to spread audiences throughout the day and staff training prior to return to work in the new safety procedures.
Despite all of the changes imposed, prices will remain the same.
Michael added: "We are delighted to be able to welcome our customers back and look forward to bringing them great film entertainment again.
"We will be starting slowly with a select number of movies and building the excitement over the coming months with some blockbusters."
Meanwhile Omniplex have announced the phased reopening of their cinemas with five locations returning next Friday in Craigavon, Dundonald, Kennedy Centre, Lisburn and Newry followed by nine others over the following fortnight.
In order for staff and guests to enjoy a safe trip to the pictures, Omniplex have also implemented a range of new measures including pre-booking of tickets, in-cinema seat separation, limited capacity, enhanced cleaning regimes and reduced showtimes.
Paul John Anderson, director of Omniplex Cinemas, said the reopening over the next few weeks will be marked with a selection of popular classic movies.
"Guests will notice some differences during their trip like checking in with a host on entry, directional signage and self-scanning of e-tickets.
"Also, for the first few weeks tickets will also only be sold online so we can limit the number of guests per show," he said.
However, Omniplex Bangor will remained closed for another few weeks as it undergoes a major refurbishment.
"We're aiming to open the new state-of-the-art cinema early in September and it'll be worth the wait!" Paul John added.