After 2 years of gathering fan support and approval, we now have our next candidate to qualify for this year’s LEGO Ideas Review Stage. We followed Steamboat Willie’s development since 2016 and it caught our eye because of the Disney legacy that it alludes to. This LEGO Ideas project by szabomate90 pays tribute to early attempts of Walt Disney to bring cartoon animation to the masses, and now the LEGO Ideas Project Steamboat Willie has garnered the necessary 10K fan support in order to qualify for the 2018 LEGO Ideas Review Stage.
Here’s your chance to make the LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part more awesome. LEGO has just launched a building competition wherein selected winners will have the chance to have their builds featured during the closing credits of the LEGO movie sequel. The Awesome Building Buddies Competition allows pairs of builders (think of Tyler and Sean for example) to come up with their most favorite builds and to combine them to make something super.
In the UK’s LEGOLAND theme park at Windsor, the excitement has finally died down following the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the nearby namesake castle. LEGOLAND Windsor’s brick tribute will be remaining on display for some time yet, but there are other occasions to prepare for.
May the 4th be with you now, as the Star Wars fandom commence their celebrations this Friday, which has fallen on the pun-iest day of this month of the year. The various Star Wars-connected promotions on LEGO for May 4 would’ve also gone into full swing by now as well.
Earlier this year, LEGO Ideas launched two particular contests where LEGO fans can submit their original creations with the hope of being selected as the platform’s official logo, and the next gift-with-purchase set following a classic space theme. Both competitions were warmly welcomed by the LEGO community, with the latter hitting a bit of a snag regarding the originality of its submitted project.