This is what happens when you get a bunch of talented people together and have them make things. This LEGO Back To The Future short made by Macro Lego Universe at Brick 2014 perfectly recreates the thrilling clock tower scene at the end of the movie.

Check it out after the break.

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For a mere $375 you can enhance your living room decor with a massive LEGO inspired coffee table from Etsy seller Branching Outward. Each 48-pound wooden brick is made to order and can be finished in a variety of colors. The advertised size of 28.5″x16″x15″ can also be adjusted upon request. However, the piece appears to serve as a table only – so if you were hoping to use these things to add on to your house or store your brick collection, you’re out of luck.

Hit the jump to check out some additional pics.

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Lego and Star Wars fit together like, well…two Lego pieces. Enter LEGO Star Wars: Droid Tales—a new six-part miniseries that will debut later this year.

The series will retell the prequel and original Star Wars flicks from the perspective of everyone’s favorite robotic duo: C3PO and R2-D2. The action picks up shortly after the Battle of Endor (think: Ewoks using stormtrooper helmets as drums) with the droids sharing their take on the events that led up to the destruction of the Second Death Star, beginning with The Phantom Menace and going all the way up to Return of the Jedi. The show will debut on Disney XD, so it should be a fun one to watch with the kids!

(Hollywood Reporter via io9)


The madman behind this incredible LEGO TARDIS interior is Thorsten Bonsch. To commemorate Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary, he built a replica of the TARDIS interior as it existed for most of the 11th Doctor’s run.

The project was so ambitious it took him nearly 3 years to complete. And none of the LEGO pieces have been modified, save for parts that are “officially” meant to be cut—like hoses and strings.

The level of detail is just incredible. You can check out more jaw dropping views after the break.

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Not that the upcoming sets from LEGO’s Age of Ultron line, as displayed at this weekend’s New York Toy Fair 2015, are particularly spoiler-y, but they do all depict scenes from the movie, and I know some people tend to get spoilerphobic, so: Fair warning. There’s an Ant-Man set pictured as well.

Now, question: Is Thor’s Fabio-esque plastic mane enough for him to take the title of Greatest Minifig Ever (clearly–look at that face) from Hawkeye? And had there ever been a more badass minifig than Black Widow? Check ‘em out behind the cut.

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Aaaaactually, for “why not” read “LEGO puts out an advent calendar Star Wars set every year, why did I  not know this?!” It’s one of 32 new Star Wars sets LEGO is putting out in 2015, based on the classic trilogy, the prequels, Star Wars Rebels, and The Force Awakens. (Unsurprisingly, none of the sets from that latter group were displayed at New York Toy Fair. If they had snuck in there, Mickey Mouse would have had to come in with memory erasers à la Men in Black.)

Of particular interest are the Luke and Darth Vader quasi-action figures that you make out of LEGO. Check out pics under the jump!

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Previously in our New York Toy Fair 2015 coverage, we showed you the Funko booth, Nerf’s awesome new zombie-fighting line, Hasbro’s Jurassic World toys, the 2-foot-tall Transformers Devastator, and–horror upon horrors–a Chewbacca Furby. (It is even creepier in person.)

Next up: LEGO, specifically their new  Jurassic World sets, which include the genetically modified Dominus Rex. Chris Pratt is so happy to be another minifig.

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Stop-motion videos require an insane amount of patience (if you’ve seen Ben Wyatt’s “Requiem for a Tuesday” then you know what I’m talking about), and you can tell that animator Jon Rolph is a man that knows how to take his time.

In the following clip, Rolph reproduced a Mondrian painting with LEGO bricks, only he made it look like he’s painting each LEGO piece by hand. Very clever concept.

Check out the video after the break…

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Could Chris Pratt be any more adorable? The answer is ‘yes’ with his minifigure for the upcoming Lego set for Jurassic World.

See Also: Screw It, Let’s Cast Chris Pratt As All Our Movie Icons

This is the third time Lego will have honored the actor, following his roles in The Lego Movie and Guardians of the Galaxy.

Check out Pratt’s reaction to himself after the break.

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If you’ve been holding your breath waiting for the Doctor Who LEGO set we knew was coming, you can exhale. LEGO just announced that they’ll be making the Doctor Who set based on this LEGO Ideas submission by Andrew Clark.

BBC Worldwide UK confirmed the news in a press release:

Both Doctor Who and LEGO enjoy a particularly close relationship with their fans and I can’t wait to see what LEGO produce.” Emma Owen, UK spokesperson for LEGO Ideas added, “We’re extremely excited to announce that a Doctor Who and a WALL-E set will be released as our next LEGO Ideas fan based sets, congratulations to the designers Andrew Clark and Angus MacLane!

“After receiving over 10,000 votes from the online community and having gone through rigorous toy testing from our expert panel, these awesome sets are on track to be on shelves later this year. The final set designs, pricing and availability are being worked out as we speak, so watch this space for the final details!

No word on which of the Doctors they’ll be including, but we’ll keep you posted. A WALL-E set would be awesome too. That would be the one by Angus MacLane.

Watch the announcement video after the break…

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