Star Wars Millennium Falcon is Hidden Near A Golf Course in England

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Filming for "The Last Jedi" took place at Longcross Studios, so this Google Earth screenshot is likely during filming for the movie due out December 15.

With the help of Google Earth images, eagle-eyed sleuths have found where the Millenium Falcon is parked.

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.

Star Wars fans have spotted the famous Millennium Falcon sitting in a field in Surrey, thanks to Google Earth.

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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. It may be covered by shipping containers and tarp, but that's definitely the fastest ship in the galaxy.

Rian Johnson both wrote and directed the movie.

Disney and "Star Wars" are notoriously tight-lipped during production and regarding just about anything else before a movie is released, so that makes this find a little special for fans.

"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" will star Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver, Mark Hamill, and Carrie Fisher alongside Benicio Del Toro, Gwendoline Christie, Domhnall Gleeson, Laura Dern and Andy Serkis.

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