NewsThing has today acquired an exclusive aerial photograph of the Star Wars Episode VII set, showing an under-construction Millennium Falcon, an X-Wing Fighter, and what is believed to be a massive pair of women’s tits.
The image – similar to one already released by flying instructor, Matthew Myatt – was taken by amateur pilot, Darren Coyne, as he passed above a former air base fifty miles west of London, and is set to send shockwaves through the sci-fi series’ devoted fan base.
“I’d seen the recent aerial photograph on Twitter, and decided I’d take a look myself to see if there was anything new,” says Coyne (36). “I thought maybe the [Millennium] Falcon might be finished, or there’d be a TIE Fighter or something.”
Added Coyne: “I definitely wasn’t expecting a massive pair of women’s tits.”
Speculation is rife as to why the movie’s director, JJ Abrams, has ordered the construction of the massive tits, with many theories already being posted on social media and Star Wars blogs.
“The big question, is whose tits are they?” asked one commentator on fansite, TheForce.net. “Are they part of a yet-to-be-built full body model, or will they be in the movie by themselves – just a massive pair of disembodied women’s tits?”
The box-office smashing movie series features many exotic characters and locations, and made worldwide stars of actors Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill when it premiered in 1977. The first installment – A New Hope – led to one of the biggest movie franchises of all time, with a huge range of toys, games and animated spin-offs, none of which in any way depicted a massive pair of women’s tits.
Lucasfilm, the company behind the franchise, was last year acquired by Disney, a company famous for not portraying women’s tits in any of its productions, massive or otherwise.
Despite the confusion surrounding the massive tits, response from fans has been largely positive. “I like Star Wars, and I like women’s tits,” tweeted one fan. “So this gets a big thumbs-up from me.”
Star Wars Episode VII is scheduled to be released worldwide in December 2015. Director, JJ Abrams, has refused to comment on the photographs.