A LONG TIME AGO, IN (NOT VERY) FAR AWAY FILMING LOCATIONS...
Things in the Star Wars universe have drastically changed since Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones was released in theaters in 2002.
We’ve now witnessed how the first live-action series in this franchise: The Mandalorian (realeased in 2019) was mostly filmed in California. A revolutionary way of doing things if we have into account the fact that this was the first time in Star Wars-history one of its fictions was shot exclusively inside the US territory.
However, over 20 years ago, the Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones filming experience was very different. The crew travelled endlessly around the globe (literally) to recreate on the screen the cultural diversity of the galaxy.
Beside Australia (were the 20th Century Fox Studio was located), Italy, Tunisia and Spain were the Mediterranean filming locations of this iconic and, we can say it now, classic movie.