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Disney Tried To Hide ‘Star Wars’ Spaceship, But Nothing Can Escape Google Maps
By Mikelle Leow, 12 Nov 2017
Composite image by DesignTAXI. Star Wars logo via Wikimedia Commons, background image via Google Maps
Trust know-it-all Google to uncover your secrets, no matter how painstaking it’d be to keep them hidden.
In hopes of concealing the ‘Millennium Falcon’ from the surrounding neighborhood, Disney decided to shield the spaceship at where it stands in Longcross Studios, London, using shipping containers.
Little did Lucasfilm expect that the Star Wars prop would be plain for the entire world to see, thanks to Google Maps.
Spotted by Jedi News back in June, the hilarious gaffe has resurfaced, probably due in part to the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi film that premieres on 15 December 2017.
Without spoiling it for you, you can try looking for the spaceship by searching “LONGCROSS Studios” on Google Maps and switching to satellite mode. Just like most hidden gems, this one might take awhile to find—but it will be worth it.
You can also scroll down and check out the ‘Millennium Falcon’ in the flesh if you’re pressed for time.
Speaking of Star Wars-related spoilers, a recently released international poster offers a shocking clue about where ‘Luke Skywalker’s loyalties might lie.
Image via HollywoodPalms
via Google Maps
[via Yahoo News, images via various sources]
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