A NEW Hollywood series has revealed its Buckinghamshire film set ahead of the UK release happening soon. 

The new Apple TV+ mini-series Masters of the Air was filmed in secrecy at Newland Park in Chalfont St Peter, a historical Grade II listed mansions with 200 acres of private grounds. 

Created by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, the war drama stars Austin Butler, Callum Turner and Barry Keoghan to tell the story of the 100th Bombardment Group tasked to attack the Nazi war machine during the Second World War based on the non-fiction book by Donald L. Miller. 

With the UK release date of the show only days away on Friday, January 26, the creators of the show have revealed how the Newland Park grounds turned into the film set of the English base and landing field of the American pilots, which in reality was located in Thorpe Abbotts during the war.

Bucks Free Press: Some of the scenes showing the impressive Newland Park setSome of the scenes showing the impressive Newland Park set (Image: Ellwood PR)

Eagle-eyed viewers can spot Newland Park feature heavily on the new mini-series, including a post-mission celebration of one of the most successful missions of the squadron to target a German aircraft factory in Regensburg. 

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The sales and marketing director at developer Comer Homes Caroline Comer said: “There are not many people in the world that can say that their home was once a Hollywood film set graced by some of the world’s leading stars. Newland Park already enjoys a storied history, but this is a unique aspect that residents can be proud of and it’s certainly a fantastic talking point when people visit.

Bucks Free Press: An aerial view showing the massive Second World War film set in Chalfont St PeterAn aerial view showing the massive Second World War film set in Chalfont St Peter (Image: Ellwood PR)

“The site was selected as a filming location for the series due to its natural untouched surroundings and wide-open green spaces that were ever present during the war. We have been mindful to protect this element as much as possible, with residents able to enjoy the grounds that are a real characteristic of the development.”

The 200-acre Newland Park development surrounds the historical mansion, which has links to King George III, Emmeline Pankhurst and the Suffragettes and famous writers and playwrights including H.G.Wells, George Bernard Shaw and John Milton.

Alongside luxury homes launching soon, the plans also include a proposal for a brand-new David Lloyd gym and health centre, sports fields and a children’s play area.