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SET: STAR TREK BEYOND Crashed Space Ship Set — USS Enterprise? — on Vancouver’s Kent Hangar Field

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Update: Crashed space ship seems to be  the USS Enterprise.

Star Trek Beyond’s massive crashed space ship set at Vancouver’s Kent Hangar field appears to the USS Enterprise NCC-1701. Where has it crashed? In a scorched forest on a planet that resembles Stawamus Chief’s Grand Wall boulder area in Squamish where Star Trek Beyond filmed in late June.

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That appears to be the bridge of the ship at the top of the painted set photographed today by @VanCityChris.

Here are some photos from Friday of the still-under construction set from behind.

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The bridge?

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Where has the spaceship crashed? Photo of boulder area with fake boulders at Grand Wall by Scot Ellis in Squamish Climbing Magazine.

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Fake boulders, real tree trunks at Kent Hangar field set.

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More of crashed spaceship.

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Related: Star Trek Beyond Set Under Construction at Vancouver Kent Hangar Field.

Star Trek Beyond began building this set in stealth several months ago, using old Kimball production signs from Tomorrowland — some hand-written. It worked for a while until the magnitude of the set became apparent to  locals Bob Glassford and Christopher VanCauwenbergh. Who else could it be but Star Trek: Beyond?



Star Trek Beyond is in metro Vancouver this summer along with the Enterprise crew — Captain Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto), Bones (Karl Urban), Uhura (Zoe Saldana), Sulu (John Cho), Chekov (Anton Yeltin) and Scotty (Simon Pegg) plus undisclosed Villain (Idris Elba), undisclosed Villain #2 (Joe Taslim) and undisclosed Female (Sofia Boutella) — to film the third installment of J.J. Abrams’s rebooted franchise with the production code Washington.  Production was delayed after director/writer Roberto Orci bowed out but got underway in late June with Justin Lin (who revived the Fast and Furious franchise) directing. Simon Pegg co-wrote the script. Most of the filming takes place in studio on brand new Enterprise sets built from scratch at Vancouver Film Studios but there are a few on-location shoots like the Stawamus Chief early on and a green-screen shoot at Kent Hangar field.



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