This Isn’t The Drone You’re Looking For | Video From The Star Wars Set

This Isn’t The Drone You’re Looking For | Video From The Star Wars Set

Aerial shots of the filming of Star Wars Episode VII taken by drone have surfaced.

I guess it was only a matter of time before someone had the idea. Earlier in the week photos appeared online taken by Matthew Myatt, an employee at Airbourne Aviation flying club. He was photographing one plane from another for publicity material. Upon closer inspection he realised that he’s accidentally also captured images of the Millennium Falcon and an X-Wing on the set of Star Wars VII at a former RAF base on Greenham Common, Berkshire. Now we have video taken by drone of the set which shows the same set-up during what appears to be filming.

With the leaked pictures of the new Batmobile earlier this week and now this footage from the Star Wars set, are people going too far to leak secrets from the movies? Let us know in the comments.

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    September 12, 2014

    While I can see what they’ve attempted to do, it does unfortunately just look like someone rotating a single image around for a couple of minutes! 🙂


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