Star Wars: Episode 9 Returns To Original Yavin IV Filming Location
Star Wars: Episode IX will reportedly shoot scenes at Cardington Airship Sheds, which was a location used for A New Hope and Rogue One. Later this month, director J.J. Abrams will begin production on the sequel trilogy finale, bringing an end to the story he started with 2015’s The Force Awakens.
Since the franchise’s humble beginnings, the galaxy far, far away has been fond of filming in the United Kingdom. Scenes for the original trilogy were shot at Elstree Studios, while the four Star Wars movies of the Disney era have called Pinewood home. It’s expected Episode IX will follow suit in that regard, but it will also revisit another England-based location from an earlier series installment.
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Looks like some early reviews are in for Rise Of Skywalker. Hey, as long as it’s better than The Last Jedi, I’m good. Honestly I just can’t get enough of Daisy Ridley. Just one more week now!
I absolutely agree with you on that. I have tickets for Friday and I’m already exited!