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Film crews are setting up at Macon's historic Hay House for two days for filming for a Lifetime TV pilot.

It's apparently called "The Witches of East End," and the Hay House scene depicts a wedding.

Online casting calls report that filming takes place Wednesday and Thursday at the 160-year-old mansion on Georgia Avenue.

The parking lane on Georgia Avenue was blocked off overnight to make way for the film crew and trucks.

The movie reportedly stars "Mad Men" star Julia Ormond and is based on Melissa de la Cruz's best-selling novel.

The Hollywood Reporter says the Hay House is standing in for Long Island, New York.

They say the plot revolves around Ormond and her two grown daughters, "both of whom have no idea that they're the family's next generation of witches."

"They lead uneventful lives in a quiet secluded Long Island town of North Hampton but when Freya becomes engaged to a newcomer Dash Gardner (Black Swan's Patrick Heusinger) a series of events prompt Joanna to admit that her daughters are both powerful and immortal witches."

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