MSW have posted photos revealing some new set shots from the Black Park filming location in the UK.
Our coverage of Black Park’s “jungle” set continues to unfold. In recent weeks we have seen the area being dressed with exotic vines. I have heard stories of the Black Park car park being pretty filled up and the situation causing traffic jams. Point being that it is moving forward. Today we are seeing appears to an area dug up, about a step or two deep. Around it appears to be rocky set dressing. There is wood at the base of the ground and there’s some tarps in the area that could be for bedding to perhaps make it into a “pond” or to hold a small amount of water, as one local source theorizes. The area with the Falcon is location 1 and the area being discussed in this update is location 2.
Rumors about the jungle area have suggested that there is a cave on this world that connects to a base. I have yet to see any empirical evidence of this but I did think back to the early draft of Return of the Jedi that had the Ewok Village situated underground in a cave. It would be interesting to see something like that make its way into the final third act of the Skywalker Saga.
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