First Images of More New Upcoming “LEGO Movie 2” Tie-In Sets this 2019

So we’ve already gone over how “LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part,” while debuting at #1 in the box office on its premiere last weekend, was markedly not as heavy a box-office breaker as the 2014 original film. But that’s far from the minds of LEGO’s primary toy manufacturing business, which is still cranking out new tie-in sets for the movie.

In fact, a number of these new “LEGO Movie 2” sets were announced towards the end of last month. Quite recently, we got a heads up on three tie-ins, two that were mentioned previously and one new addition.

Official images of these new tie-ins to the latest big-budget “LEGO Movie” were revealed February 12, ahead of the 2019 New York Toy Fair. They are the Shimmer & Shine Sparkle Spa! (70837), the Queen Whatevra’s “So-Not-Evil” Space Palace (70838) and the Emmet’s Triple-Deck Couch Mech (70842) which is the all-new set that wasn’t part of the advance notice from January.

Shimmer & Shine Sparkle Spa! (70837) – US$69.99

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  • Includes Wyldstyle and Benny minifigures, plus Balthazar mini-doll figure (LEGO Friends-scale)
  • Also has Balthazar-Bat micro-figure and brick-built figures of Unikitty, Flaminga, Eight and Archimedes
  • lever-operated revolving wall (to transform Balthazar into bat form), hot tub with lid and trapdoor

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Queen Watevra’s ‘So-Not-Evil’ Space Palace (70838) – US$99.99

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  • Includes Bachelor Batman minifigure plus Celeste mini-doll figure
  • Also has brick-built figures of Royal Guard (with buildable lollipop), Queen Watevra WaNabi, Ice Cream Cone, Star and Heart (x2)
  • rotating top section with opening, detachable rocket and pods

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Emmet’s Triple-Deck Couch Mech (70842) – US$29.99 Target stores (possible exclusive)

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  • Includes Emmet, Sweet Mayhem mini-doll figure (with helmet-less head option and blaster), and buildable Rampage Kitty with bushy tail
  • Triple-deck couch transforms into poseable mech with detachable mugs and ladders

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“Lego Movie 2” is now showing in cinemas. A videogame adaptation from TT Fusion is coming to Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Switch on February 26.

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