In 1977, when the initial instalment of Star Wars came out, nobody thought it was going to be this great a success. The story is interesting. What’s more interesting are the behind the scenes location which are a crucial part of all the movies. We wanted to explore the notable Star Wars locations deified on screen as planets in a galaxy far, far away. So, here they are….
10. Derwentwater, England (The Force Awakens)
The Force Awakens trailer gave rise to global delight. A standout amongst the most classic shots – a squadron of X-Wings flying low over a lake, clearly on an important mission– was recorded in Derwentwater, in England’s Lake District.
9. Death Valley, California (A New Hope and Return of the Jedi)
While the majority of the scenes set on Tatooine were taped in Tunisia, budget plan limitations implied that some of the shots should be more economical. This implied making a beeline for Death Valley, one of the hottest spots on earth. The scenes shot included R2-D2’s quest for Obi-Wan Kenobi, distance shots of Luke in his land speeder and the heroes as they get their first look at MosEisley.