It’s only Thursday, but you’re probably more than ready for the weekend. If you’re feeling a bit down, or if you just want to see something awesome, this quick character profile of Lego Poe Dameron will do the trick.
It’s hard to nail down an exact number, but based on the comics and movies, Tony Stark has created somewhere between 46 to 52 different Iron Man suits. Lego customizer Minh Pham has flawlessly recreated 24 of them by painstakingly modifying and customizing Lego Minifigs.
Poor Captain Phasma, the Boba Fett of The Force Awakens. But where the movie itself failed to live up to Phasma’s incredible hype, this new goofy short from Lego at least gives her a bit more to do.
With Rogue One: A Star Wars Story hitting theaters in a mere seven months, it’s certainly too late for Lucasfilm to change the medium by which the film was made. But a Lego version of the movie’s first teaser trailer is so good, you’ve got to think this movie, in Lego, could have been simply incredible.
The comparison with the official 2014 Star Destroyer in the foreground shows how awesome and big this custom ship really is. Doomhandle’s ISD Tyrant is so massive, he was able to fit a hangar bay, multiple ships, and three levels of various rooms inside.
Twenty-two years before WALL·E’s sermon about over-consumption hit theaters, an even better movie robot had already saved the day. Every child of the ‘80s wanted Short Circuit’s Johnny Five as their best friend, and now that we’re all grown up, that might actually come true with a little help from Lego.
Seeing the perspective of a toy train is way, way more fun than it should be. About 160 feet of Lego train tracks were laid out around this guy’s house, through the inside of home, next to his pets, and beyond. The tracks went outside too, winding all over his garden in the front yard, under the wooden fence, and onto…
One of the most famous Star Wars characters not in The Force Awakens makes his sequel trilogy debut in a new Lego short film set right before the events of the film. Nice to see you again, Lando Calrissian.
And we thought carbon freezing looked painful...
The news first leaked out a month ago so it doesn’t come as much of a surprise, but today Lego officially revealed its next Minifigure collection that exclusively features characters from the world of Disney, including Mr. Incredible and Syndrome making their first Lego appearances.
You can’t please everyone when it comes to resurrecting one of the most beloved franchises in film history. So if you were disappointed with how Star Wars: The Force Awakens ended, maybe you’ll prefer the How It Should Have Ended alternate finale featuring Kylo Ren getting his comeuppance.
The Lego Batman Movie was one of the biggest surprise announcements to come out of the success of The Lego Movie. Now the first pics are here, and the movie looks just as fun as its predecessor. I mean, just look at his happy little Lego face!
Team Steve and Team Tony don’t face off on the big screen until May 6, but the battle has already begun on my desk, courtesy of LEGO’s trio of Captain America: Civil War sets. Expect really big things.
It’s hard to truly grasp the size of famous science fiction megastructures like the Death Star or the Halo ring and basically impossible to understand how big the Millennium Falcon or Starship Enterprise is because they all exist in different universes, which sadly isn’t the same one we exist in. If only we could look…
Few Lego builders are as masterful at combining model-making and engineering as Jason Allemann of JK Brickworks. His latest creation, a miniature Lego Orrery depicting the moon orbiting the Earth, and both of them orbiting the sun, not only works, it’s also 97 percent accurate.
Correction: The official Lego YouTube put up the trailer, then quickly made it private. Our apologies. We’ve got an unofficial version below for now.