A Look At Possible LEGO Star Wars 2017 Summer Sets.

We have two days to go before we jump into hyperspace once more and experience Star Wars all over again with its first anthology film Rogue One. We saw an impressive line-up of LEGO sets dedicated to the spin-off film, and expect much more as 2017 kicks in. We previously mentioned some of these sets last September and it’s great to see that these predictions were quite accurate. So before we hit the theaters on Friday to see Rogue One on the big screen, let’s pause and take a look at the recent developments on this highly successful theme. Thanks to some kind souls over at Eurobricks and Reddit, we now have an idea how these next wave of LEGO Star Wars sets will be like, as it due for release this Summer of 2017. Here’s how they are in a nutshell.


75144 Snowspeeder

Based on vehicles used in Hoth and presumably part of the Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series, this UCS may roughly be based on its similarly named, smaller cousin, 75049.


75166 Battle Pack(EP VII)

Predicted to be from Episode VII The Force Awakens, the minifigs included in this set are 2 First Order Stormtroopers, 1 Flametrooper, and 1 Officer.


75167 Battle Pack (Bounty Hunters)

This one is a sure win for those elite few of Star Wars fans who have learned to admire the exploits (or mishap) of these legendary Bounty Hunters. This battle pack is rumored to include Dengar, IG-88, 4-LOM and Zuckuss.


75178 (Jakku Quadjumper)

Remember that starship preferred to by Rey and Finn over the hulking Millennium Falcon in TFA?

Though too bad it didn’t get more than a minute of airtime when J.J. Abrams decided it’s better off as pyrotechnic material, it is good to know that it may get the LEGO treatment that it deserves very soon. Minifigures for this set include Rey, Finn, BB-8 and a First Order Stormtrooper.


75179 Rebel Hangar

Possibly from Episode VI Return of the Jedi. The set is said to include an A-Wing and a rebel base hangar. Minifigs expected to be with this set are Lando, a Rebel Pilot and a Crewman.


75180 (Rathtar Escape)

A highly dangerous tentacled predator that first appeared on the big screen in The Force Awakens, the Rathar is also fortunate enough to be immortalized in a LEGO set.


Perhaps it may bear some semblance with the same tentacled creature (Dormammu?)  as seen from Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum 76060. Minifigures include Chewbacca, Han Solo, 2 more figures, possibly as members of the Guavian Death Gang.


75182 Republic Fighter Tank

Back in 2008, LEGO came up with a set under its Star Wars The Clone Wars subtheme named as Republic Fighter Tank (7679). This time, LEGO may have plans to rehash the set and throw in some newer versions of the following minifigures: Aayla Secura, a Clone Commander and 2 Battle Droids.


75183 Darth Vader Transformation

Another seemingly rehashed set, this expected LEGO Star Wars summer set takes hint from an earlier one from 2005 bearing the same title (Darth Vader Transformation 7251).

Based on that final epic scene where Palpatine takes into his custody the broken  and wounded body of Anakin which he later transformed to become Darth Vader, the set is said to include a Battle Damaged Anakin, Darth Vader, and  Emperor Palpatine.


75185 Tracker I

Other than being a part of the Freemaker subtheme, we have no other details about this set except for another minifig version of Emperor Palpatine and Rowan.


75186 Arrowhead

The Freemakers has a penchant for naming their creations based on their primary features, and this one is no exception. Though the set’s name is not yet final, we may expect the minifigures of Mon Calmari, RO-GR, and Mr. & Mrs. Freemaker to be a part of this set.


75191 Jedi Starfighter with Hyperdrive Booster Ring

Hinting at an Episode II Attack of the Clones reference, set 75191 may feature the looks of a Delta-7 Jedi Starfighter mounted on its Hyperdrive Booster Ring similar to the one used by Obi Wan as he chases Boba Fett across a field of asteroids. This is also one of the coolest space dog fights that I ever saw in a Star Wars film. Click here to watch its video.

Included in this set are the minifigure versions of the younger Obi Wan Kenobi, Boba Fett, and an Astromech. It is interesting to note that since a hyperdrive docking ring was mentioned (as we see it on that epic space dogfight in Episode II), will it be possible that the set will come with a smaller version of the Slave 1 as well?


There are still a handful of LEGO Star Wars sets waiting to be revealed next year – 25 to be exact as listed by Brickset. Given the attention that Star Wars and Disney licenses are getting from LEGO, we can expect that LEGO still has a lot of surprises in store for us.


LEGO Batman Movie Summer Sets and Rumors.

A few moments ago, we were delighted to see The LEGO Batman Movie’s first extended TV spot trailer featuring Joker’s best villain posse ever. With plenty of new minifigure characters – both from Batman’s rogue gallery and JLA’s Super Friends , most of us has been wondering already, what will the five remaining summer sets be?

Thanks once again to LEGO insider Delta Customs, we now have a pretty good guess on how these final wave of LEGO Batman Movie sets will be like.

  • Bane set with Bane, Mutant Leader, and Batman.
  • Small Scarecrow Plane/Helicopter with Scarecrow and Batman.
  • Two Face truck/car including but not limited to, Two Face and Batman.
  • LEGO Batman Movie Summer Set that includes:
    • Big Batmobile that splits into a Batwing, a Batcycle, and still functions as a Batmobile with all those removed.
    • Features a big bat signal
    • Figures include Batman, Robin, Batgirl, Alfred in a different costume, and the villains of the set, none other than the Wicked Witch and two Flying Monkeys.
  • Fifth LEGO Batman Movie Set includes:
    • Batwing (as seen in trailers)
    • Figures include Batman, Robin and Harley Quinn
    • Comes with a cannon build

As it seems, one particular set is dedicated to Bane himself and so far, based on the trailers, we haven’t seen any other rendition of Bane other than his bigfig version. So for those who are clamoring for the bigfig version of the villain that have ‘broken the Bat’, this could be the set that you’ve all been waiting for.

Scarecrow seems to be on a roll since another set is rumored to be released featuring him on a smaller plane or a chopper of sorts. This is another set apart from the Scarecrow Special Delivery (70910). We also assume that Scarecrow’s minifigure will feature his typical straw getup as seen below.

One of the key elements in The LEGO Batman Movie is the presence of the villains’ cool rides such as the Joker’s Notorious Lowrider (70906), the Penguin’s Arctic Roller (70911), and the Killer Croc Tail-Gator (70907). Delta teases on another ride where the infamous Two Face enters the fray with his very own truck.



Finally, the last two sets that Delta predicted focus on a rather different version of the Batmobile as compared to that of 70905. It is a hybrid of sorts where this Batmobile is capable of splitting into three, smaller vehicles including a Batwing, a Batcycle, and a smaller Batmobile. My guess is that each of the smaller vehicles is intended to be piloted all at the same time by Batman, Robin and Batgirl since their respective minifigures are also included in the set. Same as with the others, a villain is thrown in together with this set, and in this case it is the Wicked Witch (probably that from LEGO Dimensions, since the animated film is expected to be a crossover of sorts) and two Flying Monkeys minifigs as you can see from the images’ backgrounds below.

The fifth and presumably final set has the Batwing on the spotlight as it is seen in the trailers. The set is said to feature a cannon-like build and will also include the minifigs of Batman, Robin and Harley Quinn. It was hinted on by The Brick Fan that this version of Harley may resemble closely the version that was seen on the banner at New York Comic Con.

The last wave of LEGO Batman Movie sets is expected to be released by summer, 2017. We hope to get some official set images anytime soon, considering that we’re just two months away before the movie makes its debut in the US on February 10 next year.

Latest LEGO Batman Movie Extended TV Spot Introduces the Worst Villains in the History of the Universe.

Warner Bros Animation has recently released its extended TV spot trailer that shows never-before-seen footage that may shed light to the ‘real score’ between Batman and Joker. It may likewise offer an explanation for the reason behind the Joker’s longstanding personal grudge. Well, as they use to say, ‘hell hath no fury like a villain scorned’. Okay, okay, I know it’s a feeble attempt at humor, but let’s be honest, seeing Joker putting on a puppy face like that after receiving from Batman the most painful 4-word sentence that he has ever heard in his entire life (“There is no us”!) – simply priceless!

The latest TV spot also introduces – in Joker’s words – ‘the worst villains in the history of the universe’. We’ve seen most of them already, including those that were handpicked by LEGO to be included in the official The LEGO Batman Movie sets, collectible minifigures and poster. This time around, we get to see totally new and not made up LEGO Batman villains such as the Gentleman Ghost from 1947 and the Condiment King (seriously?!) as he is seen in the video game, LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. Try to name as many Batman villains as you can from the TV Spot trailer below.

As a bonus, Warner gives us a sneak peek on how the members of the JLA chill out during their 57¼ annual anniversary party. I have to admit that for a moment, my heart skipped a beat seeing the Wonder Twins and Gleek, Black Vulcan, Apache Chief, and the Black Canary and the rest of my childhood superheroes rendered in LEGO minifigure form. I realized how great it will be if LEGO will somehow release an entire minifig collection focused solely on the classic Justice League. With a handful of sets still waiting to be revealed, I guess it will be nice to consider all the possibilities.

The LEGO Batman Movie is scheduled to hit US theaters on February 10, 2017 and stars Will Arnett as the voice of Batman aka Bruce Wayne, Zach Galifianakis stars as The Joker; Michael Cera as the orphan Dick Grayson; Rosario Dawson as Barbara Gordon and Ralph Fiennes as Alfred.


In the irreverent spirit of fun that made The LEGO Movie a worldwide phenomenon, the self-described leading man of that ensemble – LEGO Batman – stars in his own big-screen adventure. But there are big changes brewing in Gotham, and if he wants to save the city from The Joker’s hostile takeover, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and maybe, just maybe, learn to lighten up. 

Here’s What We Know So Far About The LEGO Spider-Man Homecoming Sets.

A couple of days ago, we shared with you one of the LEGO Star Wars ‘Easter eggs’ that was cleverly revealed during the release of the first official trailer of Disney and Marvel’s next big film, Spider-Man: Homecoming. Now being the second most trending video in YouTube with more than 15 million views already since it debuted on Jimmy Kimmel Live last Thursday, we now have some information on what possible LEGO sets that we can expect from the film. Thanks to Delta Customs – whom many of his predictions turned out to be 99% accurate, especially regarding how the LEGO Batman Movie sets will look like – we now have an idea on what LEGO has in store for good ‘ol Spidey.

Understanding the very close relationship between Disney and LEGO, Delta Customs noted that there will be TWO sets that LEGO will release to give the highly celebrated MCU film the LEGO treatment it deserves. Here’s what he shared over his Instagram account.

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Set #1

  • Bank robbery
  • Spider-Man and two robbers
  • The robbers have “Avengers in their names”

Set #2

  • Car
  • Spider-Man, Vulture (Big brick-built wings), Shocker, Iron Man

If you have seen the trailer already (which I bet you did for the Nth time), you’ll notice that pretty funny scene when Spidey confronts a group of certain bank robbers disguised as Avengers wannabes. Could this be what Delta Customs was hinting at? Actually, I feel that there is nothing much to speculate about the play features of a set based on a bank heist. But since this is everyone’s favorite web crawler, then I’m sure LEGO will give it a twist that every Marvel fan will enjoy.

Upon the mention of the second LEGO set having a Vulture character with big, brick-built wings, I felt right away that this may be some kind of mech-build or armor that may be mounted on Vulture’s minifig. But given how the Vulture may look like as seen in the trailer, it begs the question of how LEGO will render this supervillain given all the tech that he has with him.

It is also interesting to note that we see Tony Stark donning his Mark 46 suit at the end of the trailer, so it’s most likely that what Delta was referring to was the Iron Man minifig similar to what we already have in LEGO Marvel Superheroes Super Hero Airport Battle (76051). Of course, it’s too early to tell at this point, though it will be kind of cool to see a new Iron Man suit along Spider-Man in an epic battle scene with the Vulture and the Shocker.


Spider-Man Homecoming is set to hit theaters in July next year, so we will still have a few months to ponder how these sets will be like, giving an account of what Delta Customs has revealed. What can you say about these predicted sets? Do you think LEGO and Disney could have done a better job? Share your ideas in the comments below or join in the discussions over at our Facebook page.



Disney Sure Knows How Put Easter Eggs In the First Official Trailer of Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Marvel has just revealed its first official trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming and Disney was clever enough to throw in some Easter eggs that LEGO and Star Wars fans (like us) will surely not miss out. Debuting in Jimmy Kimmel Live and is now currently trending over YouTube, Tom Holland’s version of the web crawler is a much welcomed iteration of the quirky but witty superhero that is very close to how he was rendered in the comics. In case you missed it, here’s the official trailer.

This newer version of Spidey is a notable departure from his earlier cinematic version, and Disney was intentional about it. We have our first impressions of this departure when he was introduced in Captain America: Civil War, where the idea of having a humorously nerdy Peter Parker was a sure hit among audiences. Disney made use of this new characterization of Spider-Man when it revealed its first ever Star Wars Easter egg in an MCU film. If you recall in CW’s epic, airport fight scene we saw Spider-Man squaring off with the gargantuan Ant-Man as he hinted on a battle plan that took inspiration from Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. Those who are familiar with what the web slinger was referring to immediately understand the Easter egg in that scene. Think about those towering AT-AT Walkers and you’ll get the idea.

I guess Disney was feeling a bit playful when it alluded once more to its Star Wars franchise as we saw Peter Parker reminiscing in that particular airport battle scene while he was in his class. However, what perhaps could be THE best of all Easter eggs so far in the film has something to do with both Star Wars and LEGO and it couldn’t be more aptly timed. Somewhere in the 1:24 mark, we see Peter Parker’s friend Ned Leeds (played by Jacob Batalon) holding what appears to be a constructed LEGO Star Wars Death Star and mindlessly dropping and obliterating it into pieces!

Now it is debatable if the actual set used in that scene is based from the earlier set 10188 from 2008, or the newer LEGO Star Wars UCS Death Star (75159).

If you’ve also noticed from the images above, you’ll find at the far right side of the frame the tip of the nose of an X-Wing fighter sticking out. It seems to be a replica of Kenner’s X-Wing Fighter released in 1978, and with Rogue One due to hit the big screen next week, Disney sure knows how to pack all their Easter eggs in one basket!

Photo courtesy of D. Martin Myatt for RebelScum.com

Spider-Man: Homecoming is slated to hit theaters on July 7, 2017 and we’re sure that LEGO has something in store to celebrate the film, similar to that of other MCU films. Stay tuned here at the Brick Show for more updates!

If You’re as Cool as Batman, You Deserve a Weekly Wrap-Up – Here’s Our Latest LEGO Batman Movie Updates!

Though I’ve been in hiatus for almost a week, our Caped Crusader has no luxury of doing so, especially with all the buzz surrounding Warner Brothers’ latest brick-built film that features none other than Batman himself (obviously). We’ve seen several of the film’s most gorgeous, brick-built sets and must-have collectible minifigures, and this time let’s pause and take a look at the recent developments in LEGO Gotham before we hit theaters in February 10.


New LEGO Batman Movie Poster Revealing Several New Characters

Last Thursday, Warner Bros. surprised us with their latest LEGO Batman Movie poster. What makes this stand out from the film’s initial promotional posters was the fact that other than celebrating this comical, egocentric version of the Dark Knight, we somehow have a grasp of how big the movie is considering the diversity of DC characters that LEGO has thrown in. If WB intends to level up the excitement for this film, then I say that this pretty cool poster really does the job.


Other than the characters that we know already, the poster also reveals several new ones that are expected to be in the film such as Hugo Strange, Mutant Leader, and Blight. Way in the background, we also get to glimpse some of the latest villains included in the LEGO Batman Movie CMF such as March Harriet and Mime. Can you identify other new faces from this poster?


A Close Up on Two, New LEGO Batman Movie Collectible Minifigs

Several of our readers were delighted to know that Batman will also be receiving the Scottish Highlands treatment with an exclusive minifigure that comes together with one of Scholastic’s latest LEGO Batman Movie Activity Book. Thanks to Bricklink, we now get to see the latest LEGO Batman Movie Tartan minifigure. Though we’re not certain if we’ll get to see this iteration of Batman on the big screen, it’s definitely one collectible that will stand out in our hero’s wardrobe.


For those who are looking forward to have the latest Batman minifigure without breaking the bank, then LEGO Magazine publisher Blue Ocean Entertainment has something in store. Thanks to a tip by Promo Bricks, we learned that the Germany-based publisher will be releasing a limited-edition polybag (foil pack?) promotional that features this new iteration of Batman with its new utility belt element. Here’s how the polybag looks like as shared by Promo Bricks.

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Though it is highly unlikely that this German magazine promotional will hit US shores, fans in the local scene may also have a chance to own this minifigure through another polybag that was earlier announced.


NEW LEGO Batman Movie CMF Packaging Photo

LEGO is definitely cranking up the buzz and excitement with the LEGO Batman Movie CMF by uploading on its servers the latest packaging for its highly anticipated collectible minifigure series. Well, I guess Batman has to rethink his color schemes (from working only with black and very, very dark gray) by including yellow in the mix – this color will definitely stick around for quite some time.

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Two New Sets Introduced: The Penguin Arctic Roller (70911) and Scarecrow Special Delivery (70910)

Last Wednesday, Jason shared several images of two, new LEGO Batman Movie sets that will hit store shelves anytime soon. It features one of the best, if not THE best LEGO Batman Movie vehicle (in my opinion) that ever arrives in a set. The Penguin Arctic Roller (70911) sports a very impressive ride for the suave criminal mastermind that features a classy Rolls Royce design. I can just imagine how great Penguin’s ride will look like side by side with Joker’s Notorious Lowrider (70906). Similarly, another Batman villain enters the scene and I’m pretty sure that it will not be that difficult to spot him even in his pizza delivery guy costume. The Scarecrow will definitely have some screen time as he gets another set with the Scarecrow Special Delivery (70910). What is great about this set is that it is said to have interlocking play features together with The Joker Balloon Escape (70900) and Mr. Freeze Ice Attack (70901) that reveals one major key plot in the film.

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New Mini Batwing Polybag (30524) Revealed!

LEGO’s January Store Calendar has just arrived (more about this later) and with it, comes an announcement of a new polybag promotional that features a new Mini Batwing (30524). From December 27 to January 15, you can have a chance to own this miniaturized version of the Batwing for qualifying purchases of $35 and above. Will give you updates on this once we obtain clearer images of the January LEGO Store Calendar.


Brick Show’s Updated LEGO Batman Movie Database


You may have seen it already, but in case you have missed it, we’ve just revamped our database by including our set reviews within the set’s pages starting with of course, with the LEGO Batman Movie theme. Since last December 1, we’ve rolled out a handful of reviews of all the sets – yes, ALL of it – that has been revealed so far under the theme. Click on this link to check out our database (which I find very convenient). Alternatively, you can also watch Stephen’s reviews over our usual YouTube channel and also on Amazon.


So what do you think of these developments so far? What are you most excited about? Share us your thoughts in the comments below or head over to our Facebook page and join in the discussion with the rest of our community.

Can’t Get Enough LEGO Batman Movie Mania? These Books May Help.

The last few days have placed me at the edge of my seat, particularly with the recent reveal of the much anticipated LEGO Batman Movie CMF, and sets featuring the various villains and characters that our not-so-lone hero will encounter. With just roughly two months to go before the film hit theaters on February 10, 2017, LEGO still has plenty of surprises in store with sets and minifigures still cued to be announced.

For those who are looking forward to dive deep inside the LEGO Batman Movie lore, then having these books around is absolutely essential. Publisher Dorling Kindersley has revealed several books that provide a comprehensive look at all the characters, sets and information that will be featured in the film delivered in eye-popping visuals and images. Amazon already posted them for pre-order and you can check these outs through the links below.


The LEGO Batman Movie: The Essential Guide – $12.99 (Hardcover)

The perfect companion to LEGO Batman’s first solo movie, The LEGO® Batman™ Movie: The Essential Guide showcases the full range of exciting LEGO Batman sets and minifigures that will be released to tie in with the film’s release. Heroes, villains, vehicles, and locations are all explored in classic DK style, with lively and informative nonfiction text to annotate and expand upon lavish reference images of LEGO Batman sets and scenes from the movie.


Ultimate Sticker Collection: The LEGO Batman Movie – $12.99 (Paperback)

Combining fun and informative captions with a range of innovative and engrossing sticker activities, Ultimate Sticker Collection: The LEGO® Batman™ Movie is a must-have for all LEGO Batman fans. It showcases many of the exciting LEGO Batman sets and minifigures that are being released to tie in with Batman’s first solo movie in February 2017.


The LEGO Batman Movie: The Making of the Movie – $24.99 (Hardcover)

Journey beyond the on-screen world of The LEGO® Batman™ Movie and get an inside look at how the animated movie was created with The LEGO® Batman™ Movie: The Making of the Movie.

Packed with stunning concept art, sketches, artwork, inspiration, and LEGO builds, the book tells the fascinating story of how The LEGO Batman Movie was made. Find out how your favorite heroes, villains, vehicles, and locations were created for the movie. Learn about each development stage of the movie, from the initial idea and storyboarding to recording the dialogue and special effects. Created in full collaboration with the LEGO Group and Warner Bros., The Making of The LEGO Batman Movie features exclusive insights from the filmmakers, animators, LEGO designers, and actors.





LEGO Batman Movie Activity Book Comes With An Exclusive Tartan Batman Minifigure.

Now that we had a look of how things will be with the forthcoming (needless to say, uber cool) LEGO Batman Movie collectible minifigures, one of LEGO’s longtime print media partners Scholastic, has revealed a series of activity books that features what could probably be the 21st LEGO Batman Movie minifig that you may want to add to your dream collection. Over at Amazon, a Scholastic activity book entitled The LEGO Batman Movie – Chaos in Gotham City comes with an exclusive Tartan Batman minifigure. This Scottish highlands-inspired Batsuit comes with dual-moulded legs that feature a traditional striped design, a distinctive off-the-shoulder garb, and a broad sword that will probably make the legendary William Wallace smile with pride. Of course since its Batman, he wouldn’t mind adding his own signature cowl and cape. Here’s a closer look.

If there is one thing that absolutely appeals to me with regards to the myriad number of LEGO Batsuits out there, is the fact that the Dark Knight can put any of these and still be cool 10 times over. This is one minifig that I would love to pick up anytime soon. The LEGO Batman Movie – Chaos in Gotham activity book is now available for pre-order at Amazon for $8.99 in hardcover format and will be available for release on January 31, 2017. Click here to see other LEGO Batman Movie activity books that you may want to pick up.



Bring the Wizarding World With You In LEGO Harry Potter – Now Available for Android!

With the release of Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them in cinemas this weekend, the wizarding world as conjured by J.K. Rowling is very much alive again – and thanks to LEGO, fans can now relive the magical experience with LEGO Dimension’s Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them Story Pack (71253). Check out’s Jason review of this set right here.

However, if playing through the entire movie via your gaming console seems not enough for your usual Muggle fix, then you may want to check out this offering from Warner Bros International. Somewhat like a smaller cousin of the remastered LEGO Harry Potter video game collection, WB has also launched a corresponding mobile version of the game made available for Android users. Similarly named as LEGO Harry Potter Years 1-4 and Years 5-7, avid LEGO fans of the film franchise may now bring the game with them wherever they go. Head over to Google Play Store and search for these games, or simply click on the links below directly from your mobile devices.


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Play as Harry, Ron, Hermione and many more as you explore Hogwarts and engage in countless hours of gameplay spread across 40+ levels based on the Harry Potter books and movies. Based on the first four Harry Potter books and movies, LEGO® Harry Potter: Years 1-4 builds on the foundations of previous LEGO® video games by offering a mix of fun, accessible gameplay and light-hearted humor – appealing to all ages. Players can explore the wizarding world and feel as though they are at Hogwarts.



  • The Events of Harry Potter’s First Four Years at Hogwarts – LEGO® style! – including the Triwizard Tournament, the Quidditch World Cup, the Basilisk battle in the Chamber of Secrets, the encounter with Aragog and the face-to-face confrontation with Voldemort himself.
  • Intuitive Touch-Screen Controls – take complete control over your character to explore, solve puzzles and duel.
  • An Authentic Harry Potter Experience, including iconic locations like Diagon Alley, the Forbidden Forest, the village of Hogsmeade and Hogwarts castle – a grand, immersive 3-D environment and one of the largest, most detailed LEGO® game locations ever built.
  • Play as over 100 characters – including Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger.
  • Attend Hogwarts – cast spells, mix potions, fly on broomsticks and complete hundreds of magical tasks to earn points.
  • Character Customization – using hundreds of different LEGO® Harry Potter pieces.
  • Classic LEGO® Humor – enjoy the characteristic comedic LEGO® ‘twist’ on events from the fiction.
  • Endless Replayability – use ‘Freeplay’ to discover areas of gameplay not accessible in Story Mode.
  • Collectables – pick up a huge variety of items throughout the game.

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Continue the saga of the Boy Who Lived in this spell-binding adventure for wizards and Muggles alike. Experience Harry’s last years at Hogwarts™ and battle Lord Voldemort™ in the ultimate fight between good and evil. The creative LEGO® prowess unites with the expansive world of Harry Potter™ to deliver an exciting and rewarding gameplay experience that features lessons, spell-casting, dueling and much more for players of all ages!

Follow Harry’s heroic endeavors and encounter new faces, new lessons, new challenges and new spells.

Explore new LEGO gameplay settings including Grimmauld Place, the Ministry of Magic, and Godric’s Hollow as well as iconic locations like Diagon Alley and Hogwarts. Build, conjure and explore this multi-faceted LEGO world as you discover your inner wizard!


  • Stunning Graphics – Enjoy the game with full 3D game play.
  • Intuitive Touch Screen Controls – Touch the screen to cast spells and target objects, use the interactive display to change characters and spells simply by touching their icons, and recreate iconic duels by casting and deflecting spells with your fingers tips.
  • Leader Boards – Complete the game to 100% in the fastest time and post your scores to the leader board. Compare your score against friends or the whole world!
  • Achievements – 25 achievements to unlock
  • Duelling Club Expansion – Add the Duelling Club expansion and master advanced duelling skills against a host of famous witches and wizards including Professor Snape, Kingsley Shacklebolt, Lord Voldemort and many more. Defeat each category leader to unlock them for use in Free Play mode.

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WATCH: Latest LEGO Disney Frozen Northern Lights Trailer.

Disney has just released its official trailer for its next series of animated shorts, LEGO Disney Frozen Northern Lights. As mentioned by the Hollywood Reporter back in June, as a spin-off from Disney’s wildly popular 2013 film, Frozen, the animated short is based on a deluxe novelization that Random House published back in July ahead of an extended collection of books. The storyline is then given the LEGO treatment and retold into four animated shorts featuring the original characters and voice cast from the movie:  Kristen Bell (Anna), Idina Menzel (Elsa), Jonathan Groff (Kristoff), and Josh Gad (Olaf). A new character, Little Rock, will also be introduced.

Here’s the official synopsis of LEGO Disney’s Frozen Northern Lights courtesy of Random House, followed by its official trailer.

Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and their friends from Disney Frozen are helping Little Rock the troll earn his tracking crystal. Join them as they embark on a mountain adventure under the Northern Lights!



LEGO Disney’s Frozen Northern Lights will air on the Disney Channel starting December 9, at 8PM.