These videos show the buzz around the 'Star Wars' set at Brow Head

Irish Examiner reporter Noel Baker - Jedi Knight and friend of Captain Solo.

Unless you've been living under a rock for the last couple of days you'll know by now that the cast and crew of Star Wars are in Brow Head, Co Cork to film scenes from Episode VIII.

We sent our reporter Noel Baker, as well as cameraman Dan Linehan to Crookhaven to chance their arm and see what footage they send back to us.

Despite tight security, Noel has a cunning plan to try and get as close as possible.

In the video below, Noel has a clear view of where the Star Wars crew are filming.

Noel met some Swedish Star Wars fans who were out hiking when they discovered the film set. 

Stay tuned to find out what happens.

Earlier Noel and Dan had a sighting of the Millenium Falcon and couple of Tie-Fighters but things escalated quickly.

Stay safe guys!

 

A video posted by Irish Examiner (@irish_examiner) on May 17, 2016 at 5:51am PDT

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