STAR WARS: EPISODE IX Will Shoot Scenes At Cardington Airship Sheds; Does This Signal A Return To Yavin IV?

STAR WARS: EPISODE IX Will Shoot Scenes At Cardington Airship Sheds; Does This Signal A Return To Yavin IV?

STAR WARS: EPISODE IX Will Shoot Scenes At Cardington Airship Sheds; Does This Signal A Return To Yavin IV?

The highly anticipated conclusion to the sequel trilogy is set to begin filming later this month, and now a new report reveals one location Star Wars: Episode IX will be shooting at. Hit the jump for more.

The sequel to Star Wars: The Last Jedi is set to begin filming at the end of this month, and now we know one location they’ll be shooting at, as a new report from Star Wars News Net reveals Star Wars: Episode IX is set to film at the Cardington Airship Sheds in Bedfordshire, UK.

The J.J. Abrams helmed film won’t be the first Star Wars movie under Disney to shoot at this location, either, as Rogue One: A Star Wars Story filmed its scenes of the Yavin IV temple at this spot. Plus, George Lucas also used it to create the Massassi Temple while making A New Hope.

Of course, this doesn’t mean next year’s installment will also use the site to recreate the planet Yavin, as the location has been used on a number of non-Star Wars productions. However, considering its history with the franchise, it’s not out of the realm of possibility that Episode IX will try to bring things full circle by returning to a familiar location.

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