Han Solo may have been able to conceal his beloved ship from the radars on the Empire's Star Destroyer, but it's not so easy to hide from Google Maps.
A model of the ship was hidden among the trees near the Golf club nearly in three dozens of kilometers to the southwest of the British capital of London.
Twitter user Kevin Beaumont unearthed an entirely identified flying object while exploring the grounds surrounding film and TV production facility Longcross Studios on Google Maps. Later, lurking on the balcony of the house figure captured camera of Google Street View. Now that filming for Rian Johnson's Star Wars: The Last Jedi has wrapped, and part of the filming took place in Longcross Studios in Surrey, it looks like the production team made a decision to hide the ship outdoors until filming begins for Episode IX.
'Stranger Things' fans crashed a museum's website trying to buy Dustin's sweatshirt
The Science Museum of Minnesota debuted the new stock of sweatshirts on Tuesday morning.which quickly led their site to crash. Limited quantities will also be available in the Science Museum's Explore Store beginning at 9:30 a.m.
Click the square "Satellite" box on the left. It is located to the right of the M3.
When it comes to shooting Star Wars movies, pretty much everything is kept quiet; actors are sometimes not allowed to tell their families they've been cast, plot details are shrouded in secrecy from even the most trusted players, and if you're trying to figure out what scene they're shooting where, good luck.
When fans last saw the Falcon, Chewbacca and Rey, the heroine from "Episode VII: The Force Awakens", were landing on a mysterious planet searching for the long-missing Luke Skywalker.