LEGO Ideas’ social media channels have released a teaser video announcing the arrival of the upcoming LEGO Ideas TRON: Legacy (21314). We already know what to expect from the set thanks to the first image that we have of its box art. The set features two iconic light cycles based on the follow-up sequel TRON: Legacy released in 2010.
It looks like we have another brick dino on the loose. After the reveal of two, additional LEGO Jurasssic World: Fallen Kingdom sets, it seems that LEGO has another one in store for us. Posted via eBay, we now know that there will be another set slated to be released sometime next month or mid-May. The LEGO Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom T. rex Transport (75933) comes in at 609 pieces, and particularly highlights that scene in the film where the team of Zia Rodriguez (played by Daniella Pineda) tries to restrain the mighty T. Rex. Thankfully, littledanish0714 managed to post several images of the set on eBay. Take a look.
Last week, LEGO’s Italian store calendar teased on the arrival of the next LEGO Ideas set that will grace the shelves of LEGO Stores in April. This time, we have our first look at the ‘unofficial’ box art of the LEGO Ideas TRON: Legacy Lightcycle (21314) which was shared by one of the readers of Candid Bricks.
Now that the cat is out of the bag regarding the official reveal LEGO Collectible Minifigure Series 18 (71021), it’s time to ask that ever nagging question: what are the odds of getting my faved minifigure from the series? As you all know by now, this 40th anniversary LEGO minifigure commemorative series comes with 17 minifigs to collect, and like other CMF series, knowing how much of each minifig inside the box will help you understand the odds of feeling your way through each of them.
March has been the month of first trailers for the upcoming cinematic blockbusters of this year. The recent teaser for Warner Brothers’ Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald belongs to a group of film trailers like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, in that they also have tie-in products courtesy of LEGO.