'Star Wars: Last Jedi' Design: See This Awesome Millennium Falcon Interior Prior To Release Of Next Movie
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Art Art Mar 16, 2017 11:04 AM EDT
"Star Wars: Last Jedi" might not be here yet, fortunately, fans can check out this awesome Millennium Falcon interior ahead of the next movie. The Millennium Falcon is undoubtedly one of the most iconic spaceships in "Star Wars" history.
With a futuristic yet stylish exterior, it's easy to see why this famed ship is recognized as a fan-favorite. However, it's not just its exterior that's worth admiring, the interior is also worth checking out. With the release of "Star Wars: Last Jedi" on the horizon, now there's more reason to get accustomed to this legendary ship.
According to ArchDaily, Archilogic has created a 3D Millennium Falcon model so fans can appreciate the ships interior design, prior to the movies. While the iconic ship's layout doesn't exactly have a complex design, its spacious and detailed interior is worth looking into.
The virtual tour of the base has some surprising details, from the signature tube corridors to the iconic cockpit. This 3D model comes with birds-eye-view mode so fans can admire the Millennium Falcon's layout and architecture design. There's also a first person mode for those who'd like to have the same experience the heroes will have from the upcoming "Star Wars: Last Jedi" and "Han Solo" movies.
Of course, this is also a good way to get familiarized with the Millennium Falcon structure in preparation for the opening of "Star Wars" land. According to SlashFilm, the Disney Land "Star Wars" extension is already constructing two full-sized AT-AT's ahead of the "Star Wars: Last Jedi" release.
With that being said, there's no doubt that they will feature a full-sized Millennium Falcon in the theme park next. After all, Lego Land already featured a full-scale version of the ship albeit in Lego form.
On the other hand, we can expect the Millennium Falcon on "Star Wars: Last Jedi", "Han Solo" movie and the one in "Star Wars" land, to have extremely detailed interiors. For fans who just can't wait for those movies or the theme park to come out, there's always the virtual 3D tour keep them busy.