It might be the ship that made the Kessel run in less than twelve parsecs, but in these pictures, the Millennium Falcon is very much grounded.
Over on Twitter, @JediNewsUK revealed that you can keep an eye on Han Solo’s erstwhile transport of choice, which we last saw heading off to find one Luke Skywalker along with its new pilot, Rey. It’s not in a galaxy far, far away, however, but over in the Longcross lot in Surrey. Take a look…
Star Wars: The Last Jedi was shooting over at Longcross Studios last year, and it’s not clear when Google snapped these images. We’re going to check back every now and then to make sure it’s safe, mind.
Good news for those awaiting Star Wars: The Last Jedi, who just happen to live in the UK. Disney and Lucasfilm are bringing the UK release of the movie forward by a day. It’s just a day, granted, but we’ll take it. As such, the film is now arriving in Britain on Thursday 14th December. The US date remains unchanged, with the release there still on 15th December.