Skip To Content
    Posted on Nov 11, 2017

    Disney Tried To Hide The Millennium Falcon And Google Maps Was Like, "Haha, Got U"

    Google knows everything.

    Here's the deal: We're all psyched for The Last Jedi. If you're not, you're wrong, but I digress.

    Disney

    There's a ton of speculation about the film, but Disney has remained pretty tight-lipped about what's going to happen before the December 15 release.

    Hamillhimself / Via Twitter: @HamillHimself

    And they've done a pretty good job of keeping everything under wraps...except...you know...the MILLENNIUM FREAKING FALCON, which you can definitely see on Google Maps.

    Google Maps

    In a creative and elaborately organized shipping container veil, Disney thought nobody would see the ship in a field opposite Longcross Studios in the UK.

    Google Maps

    But they were wrong, because Google sees all.

    Lucasfilm

    And it's great...for the First Order.

    wdwtales / Via Twitter: @WDWTales

    BUT THERE ARE REBEL LIVES AT STAKE, GOOGLE.

    christonjervil / Via Twitter: @christonjervil

    Anyway, if you want to see it for yourself, I went ahead and pinned it on Google Maps.

    Google Maps

    I guess next time, Disney will have to do a better job of covering their assets.

    Lucasfilm

    TV and Movies

    Get all the best moments in pop culture & entertainment delivered to your inbox.

    Newsletter signup form