Star Wars’ iconic Millennium Falcon has travelled to galaxies far far away – but it’s currently parked in a field in Surrey.
The famous space ship was used in the filming of Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi at Longcross Studios, but has been moved off site metres from Barrow Hills Golf Club.
Film bosses have attempted to hide the vehicle, which was first piloted by Harrison Ford’s Han Solo in 1977, with plastic sheets and freight containers.
But eagle-eyed fans have spotted it on Google Earth.
Fans were given a glimpse of the ship in the latest teaser for The Last Jedi, which saw Luke Skywalker, played by Mark Hamill, step inside the control room with Chewbacca and Porg.
The one-minute clip appears to hint at a possible confrontation between Luke and Daisy Ridley’s Rey, who is seen standing over the Jedi Master with her lightsaber raised.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be releasing in cinemas on December 15.
Source: Evening Standard