If you’ve already seen Ready Player One, then I’m pretty sure that you didn’t miss that big fight scene including the iconic Iron Giant – that endearing piece of 90s pop culture produced by Warner Bros. Back then, the innocent charm and appeal of the mysterious space robot quickly caught the hearts of children and adults alike. Up until now, the Iron Giant has remained a cult classic among fans, and has even caught the attention of devoted AFOLs and builders in recent years. You may, or may not be happy on how Ready Player One referenced the beloved metal robot (with some reviews criticizing the fact that Spielberg’s recent film only exploited these pop culture symbols), but seeing a brick-built version of the Iron Giant will surely put a smile on any AFOL’s face.
Following the official reveal of the LEGO BrickHeadz version of Ariel and Ursula from The Little Mermaid, we now have another official reveal of a Disney-themed BrickHeadz set based on the blockbuster film of 2013, Frozen. High-res images of the LEGO Disney BrickHeadz Elsa (41617) and Anna & Olaf (41618) sets are now also uploaded via LEGO’s servers which suggest that we’ll be seeing them listed in shop.LEGO.com any time soon.
LEGO has now uploaded, crisp and clear official HD images via its servers of its next Disney-inspired LEGO BrickHeadz offering. The LEGO Disney BrickHeadz Ariel and Ursula (41623) features the sea-dwelling characters from Disney’s 1989 The Little Mermaid. The set features a dual-pack of Ariel and Ursula coming in at 361 pieces. This new LEGO BrickHeadz set is now listed on Brickmerge, though its availability and costing is not yet known. Check out the images below.
After getting our first teaser poster, the much awaited The LEGO Movie 2 trailer has been finally dropped by LEGO and Warner Animation Group. In the trailer, we are shown a somewhat post-apocalyptic Bricksburg following the tragic events of Taco Tuesday where Duplo-like creatures from outer space went on a rampage on the city, leaving the place in ruins. Check out the trailer below.
LEGO Movies have proven themselves to be big sellers on the big screen, so while the Warner Animation Group might continue to bring out LEGO-themed releases for home video, they’re also hard at work with films that’ll go to cinemas, like a sequel to 2014’s LEGO Movie, set for 2019.