Google Maps Found the Millennium Falcon Hiding at a Production Studio Near London

Google Maps Found the Millennium Falcon Hiding at a Production Studio Near London

Disney has been rather secretive about the production of Star Wars movies, but thanks to Google Maps the hidden Millennium Falcon has been discovered.

Kevin Beaumont discovered the Falcon near film and television production studios, Longcross Studios, just 25 miles west of London. The Millennium Falcon was surrounded by large shipping containers in an attempt to hide it, but Google Maps seems to have unintentionally foiled this plan.

Knowing that 2015’s The Force Awakens was filmed at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire, the Millennium Falcon was probably here at Longcross Studios for the filming of the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Generally Google Maps satellite images used for street view range from one to three years old, so discovering the Millennium Falcon on in this case is quite a convenient circumstance.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi releases in theaters on December 15.

Source: Business Insider

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Nikki
Nikki
3 years ago

That’s so cool!

Mike S.
Mike S.
3 years ago

Wasn’t being hidden, but stored in a field with cargo containers protecting it from strong winds blowing it away.

Just ask yourself: Why is the movie studio hiding the movie prop everyone has already seen?

Mary Bretzke
Mary Bretzke
3 years ago

Do not underestimate the power of Star Wars fandom.