It will be the sci-fi background for the Obi-Wan Kenobi spin-off TELEVISION series starring Ewan McGregor– and could be in location for three years.
STAR Wars bosses are in a galactic dogfight with citizens of a sleepy village after building this huge set.
Star Wars bosses have actually constructed a huge set in Little Marlow, Bucks
Pictures of the website show big building together with a lake at a former quarry
It triggered dozens of problems over troubling wildlife, light contamination and traffic in Little Marlow, Bucks, where council chiefs have let Disney utilize a former quarry site.
Images of the site show huge building and construction along with a lake at a former quarry, with dozens of little buildings forming a town alongside a host of big marquees anticipated to consist of dressing rooms and other production centers.
A source stated: “This is an enormous production and a hugely financially rewarding franchise– however undoubtedly not everyone locally is pleased to see Disney moving in.
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” It might produce some jobs, but this is a pretty rural location which has always been peaceful and tranquil– the thought of turning it into some sort of intergalactic battle zone to make TELEVISION programs is scary.
” The set is huge, with large buildings on it alongside loads of strong equipment going and coming – its just completely out of keeping with the countryside ambiance here and individuals are up in arms about it.”
Filming is set to start in March.
The residents of Little Marlow are up in arms over the brand-new siteCredit: Alamy
The sci-fi background for the Obi-Wan Kenobi spin-off TV series starring Ewan McGregor might be in location for 3 yearsCredit: Alamy
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