Star Wars The Last Jedi: Millennium Falcon Spotted On Google Earth

Author Thumbnail BY Bayani Miguel Acebedo - June 18, 2017

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It’s no secret that Lucasfilm and Disney are doing their very best to keep their giant Star Wars productions a secret, but no one can escape from the all-seeing eye of Google Earth. Jedi News UK has pointed out that the Millennium Falcon has been spotted on Longcross studios, and some fans have found the Falcon hidden on set.

If you look at the picture, you can notice that the Falcon seems to be hidden behind a wall of containers. Some guess that this prop was used for shooting The Last Jedi since they did shoot scenes in Longcross. With production already wrapped, it’s possible that they’re keeping the ship around just in case of reshoots or the possibility of the Han Solo spinoff to borrow the prop this time; saves everyone a lot of time from assembling another giant ship again.

Everyone loved seeing the Falcon return to the big screen in Star Wars The Force Awakens, and with the death of Han Solo, it looks like Rey (Daisy Ridley) will now be in command of the ship. It’s kind of sad to know that Han actually lost the Falcon for a while, but at least he got to drive it one last time before his eventual demise.

The Falcon returns in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which hits theaters Dec. 15.

 

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Bayani Miguel Acebedo is a pop-culture dork. When he's not scouring the internet for news on the latest movies and games, he's building Star Wars model kits and playing Overwatch. He's a huge Star Wars geek, and his favorite X-Wing pilot is Jek Porkins. He likes Kevin Smith and Jared Hess movies, and he also does cosplay. What a nerd.