Exciting footage has emerged in a video released by Lucasfilm and the British Film Institute (BFI) which shows a determined Rey running along the rugged Ahch-To coastline. This behind the scenes footage of the eagerly anticipated Star Wars installment; The Last Jedi offers a tantalising glimpse of Rey on location in Malin Head, Inishowen.
Daisy Ridley At Malin Head, Donegal, Ireland
The backdrop to Reys Battle on Ahch-To reveals a silhouette of the Inishowen coastline with mysterious headlands acting as a backdrop. The above behind the scenes footage was taken along a rugged stretch of shoreline at Malin Head, a part of the Ahch-To Way, that also captures views of Dunaff Head in the distance. In Star Wars; The Force Awakens we get our first look at this water based planet, a place where the legendary Jedi Luke Skywalker has sought isolation.
Since the release of the Last Jedi Trailer and Vanity Fair Issue, many theories have emerged. Fans and groups have analysed behind the scenes stills and footage, identifying potentially important clues that may feature in the upcoming narrative.
Journal Of The Whills And Star Wars The Last Jedi
Fans were excited to see Luke Skywalker holding what is suspected to be the Journal of the Whills, a text which refers to the Jedi. The Journal of the Whills was first made canon by the novelisation of The Force Awakens. Glimpses such as this, may offer clues as to why Luke has isolated himself on Ahch-To.
Behind The Scenes Footage At Malin Head, Donegal, Ireland
Footage released in the trailer and the video below, offer fans a glimpse of the unique landscape in which The Last Jedi has been shot and an insight into the talented trainees from BFI working on the film and Unitled Han Solo movie.
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Star Wars Locations In Ireland
Scenes from the upcoming Star Wars installment have been shot at breathtaking locations along the Irish coastline, from Ireland’s most Northerly point in Inishowen Co. Donegal to Loop Head in Co. Clare, the Dingle Peninsula and Skellig Michael off the coast of Portamagee in Co. Kerry.
The Last Jedi is due to be released on the 15th of December, but you can start your Star Wars adventure with a trip to Ireland where you can experience Ahch-To locations situated at the top of Ireland at Malin Head, all along the West Coast to Co. Kerry.Ahch-To Way