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Star Wars fan event to visit the UK next year as Star Wars Celebration 2023 announced
Star Wars fans were recently delighted after it was announced that a major fan event, The Star Wars Celebration, will return to London next year.The Star Wars Celebration is described as the "ultimate fan experience" on its website, and will be held at London's Excel Centre from April 7-10, 2023.Featuring announcements, immersive exhibits, screenings, autograph sessions, panels, guest appearances and Star Wars-inspired activities, the celebration brings together generations of fans who love the famous franchise.READ NEXT: Star Wars fans praise Disney Obi-Wan Kenobi series as the 'best show to ever exist'Tickets for Star Wars Celebration 2023 are due to go on sale tomorrow (June 30, 2022), with further announcements to be made about the highly anticipated event in the future.Produced by Lucasfilm in association with Reedpop, the event in London follows the success of Star Wars Celebration 2022, which was held in California last month (May 2022).The 2022 celebration featured an impressive line-up of panel sessions and celebrity guests, including Billie Lourd, Ewan McGregor and Pedro Pascal - as well as bringing together generations of fans of the beloved franchise.That wasn't all, as Lucasfilm and Disney+ announced a new wave of Star Wars series at the event, which are expected to launch on the streaming service over the next year.These included a third series of hit show The Mandalorian, as well as a new spin off about Cassian Andor.Over six years after Cassian Andor was introduced onscreen in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, the new Andor TV series is set to launch on Disney+ on August 31, 2022.Billed as a 'rousing spy thriller', the series will once again star Diego Luna in the role, as it follows the Rebel Alliance's
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The Mandalorian set to return as new wave of Star Wars series announced for Disney+
Star Wars fans were delighted recently, after a new wave of series from the sci-fi universe were announced.Over three days at the Star Wars Celebration event in California, popular series including The Bad Batch and The Mandalorian were confirmed to return.That wasn't all, as a whole host of new series featuring characters from across the Star Wars universe are set to make their debut over the next year - and we cannot wait.If that wasn't enough, it was also announced that the Star Wars Celebration would be returning in 2023 and would be making its way to the UK at London's Excel Centre in April next year.Until then, here's the Star Wars series that we can expect to see make their Disney+ debut over the next year.The Mandalorian has been one of the biggest Star Wars successes since its release in 2019, and fans were delighted when a third series was recently confirmed at the Star Wars Celebration.It will see Pedro Pascal return as Din Djarin, alongside Grogu, with the news drawing excitement on social media.One fan shared love heart eye emojis as they said: "Yes!", while a second commented: "Let's go!"While a trailer is still to be released for the series, if the previous episodes are anything to go by, it is sure to be another thrilling and edge of your seat show that we cannot wait to see.Star Wars fans were first introduced to Rebel Alliance Spy Cassian Andor in the critically acclaimed film Rogue One, back in 2016.Over six years after the character was introduced onscreen, the new Andor TV series is set to launch on Disney+ on August 31, 2022.Billed as a 'rousing spy thriller', the series will once again star Diego Luna in the role, as it follows the Rebel Alliance's mission to restore hope to the Galaxy.As well as
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Inside Masked Singer's studios - prison, Hollywood movies to 'haunted' Dancing On Ice
The Masked Singer contestants under wraps is a tricky business, especially as viewers have their eyes wide open for the tiniest of clues.Filming at a busy studio in central London could make it even trickier, as the stars have to hide who they are as they come and go from rehearsals and fittings to make sure there aren't any leaks.But show bosses had clearly thought of all that as the programme is shot at a studio facility at an old RAF airfield in Bovingdon in Hertfordshire. And The Masked Singer certainly isn't the first big production to grace the sound stages of the base.We have a look at what else has gone on inside the studio.The base, which was used during World War II and up until the 60s, has three runways.So although flying there wrapped up in 1964 it's the perfect spot to film TV shows and films with airborne scenes.One of the most memorable segments filmed on the airfield was the flying car scene in James Bond film The Man With The Golden Gun.The 1974 movie starred the late Roger Moore as the suave spy.Star Wars fans will be excited to hear that Bovingdon was used in Rogue One.The 2016 spin-off – which starred Felicity Jones and Diego Luna – was set shortly before the events of 1977's A New Hope and followed rebels who were aiming to steal some plans of the Death Star space station.The film featured the tropical planet Scarif, which was actually created at the airfield.The Radio Times quoted production designer Neil Lamont as saying: "We shipped in 2000 tons of sand in about 200 truckloads and imported over 60 palm trees from Spain and various greenery from the UK.
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