Upfront, we had to remove the images of the “Space Horse” as I jokingly called it. It kind of drives me nuts because you can’t put the genie back in the bottle, but that’s life. You can see the head of the “Space Horse” in this morning’s update but the photo from Dulist showing the whole body has been removed. Here’s the head again:
In various photos we’ve confirmed what our buddy in Dubrovnik said in the quote below:
In an afternoon chitchat, our friend (who is part of a certain crew) has informally confirmed having seen not one but actually two persons riding the “space horse” yesterday.
- applying a truly amazing artwork, set decorators have wonderfully amalgamated the “stony” movie props and light fixtures to the existent Stradun façades, especially the oval apertures – roof trusses and draperies in the upper parts (that have retained their original Venetian blinds) are said to be digitally replaced in post-production;
- plastic and styrofoam props now feature new “metallic” furnishings as well;
- cameras are ready for yet another adventurous night;
- some truly magnificent carpentry and molding, exemplified by these conical bronze tables (allegedly arranged for the Rector’s Palace interior sequence);
- yet another new wall-mounted droid interface;
- the Sea Star yacht, ready to embark to a galaxy far, far away…
- A former Maz Kanata’s design from The Force Awakens behind-the-scene footage is definitely reminiscent of a modified brownish calamari-like alien seen in a group of gowned humans (Caucasians, Asians, etc., judging by their countenance and physique undisguised in prosthetics, according to our verified sources) on Stradun and at the Minčeta Fortress locations, as proven by the Splash News photo enclosed and various documentation.
The saga, at least in Dubrovnik continues! Thanks to our buddy in Dubrovnik for being awesome as always!
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