The new LEGO set replica of Dunder Mifflin contains loads of Easter eggs sure to satisfy the biggest fans of The Office. LEGO’s attention to detail is showcased through accessories like Pam’s post-it note with the hot dog and Dwight’s hidden weapons. But the Dunder Mifflin set isn’t the only pop culture set featuring the tiniest of details.
LEGO has created extensive sets based on popular movies. From affordable Disney sets to elaborate enchanted castles and display pieces, movie buffs will spend hours constructing and perfectly the scenes of these movie-themed LEGO sets.
Encanto: The Madrigal House: $49.99
The three-story magical Madrigal House LEGO set from Encanto will have fans singing “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” on repeat. With 587 pieces, the set includes stickers to decorate the home, two mini-figs of Abuela and Mirabela, one micro-fig of Antonio, and two animal figures.
With five rooms, there are waving shutters, a flipping bed, and spinning weather vane. Fans of the Disney movie will love the colorful home, accessories, and surprises hidden inside.
The Home Alone House #21330: $299.99
The booby traps never end with the Home Alone LEGO set. As one of the best home invasion movies, fans can build and protect the McAllister home from mini-fig versions of Marv and Harry.
With 3,955 pieces divided into 24 bags to follow the movie’s plot in order, the set also includes mini-figs of Kevin, his mom, ‘Old Man’ Marley, and even has the crooks’ van. There’s even a zipline for a quick escape, a glowing furnace, and swinging paint cans.
Marvel: The Daily Bugle #76178: $349.99
Marvel fans can recreate classic scenes with the towering Daily Bugle set. Standing four stories tall, the set will challenge even the best builders. Removable floors and roof reveal the inner workings of the newspaper office. With 25 included mini-figs, including Spider-Man, J. Jonah Jameson, and a myriad of enemies like the Green Goblin and Doctor Octopus, there are plenty of possibilities.
32 inches tall, the 3,200-piece set has a water tower topping the office building. The newsstand outside and the taxicab are the cherry on top of a beautifully themed movie set.
Star Wars: Millennium Falcon #75192: $849.99
It may come with a hefty price tag, but the Millennium Falcon set is a necessary build for Star Wars and LEGO fans. With intricate details like fully rotating quad laser canons and hidden floor compartments, the set includes mini-figs from the original trilogy, as well as the newer sequels.
And the Millennium Falcon isn’t just a piece of junk. There’s a seating area in the main hold and a remote training helmet in addition to the gunner station and escape pods. With a whopping 7,500 pieces, the LEGO set will provide hours of fun and creativity.
Marvel: The Nano Gauntlet #76223: $69.99
Marvel fans need the Nano Gauntlet set to construct and display. Featuring all six Infinity stones, the fingers are movable for a variety of different poses. At only 680 pieces, the set is perfect for a rainy-day activity.
It may not be wearable or have lights in the Infinity Stones, but the colors are beautiful to display and the set even comes with a sturdy display stand. Measuring over 12 inches tall and 4.5 inches wide, the Nano Gauntlet is an impressive collectors item for fans of the Marvel Universe.
Ghostbusters: Ghostbusters ECTO-1 #10274: $239.99
Ghostbusters introduced one of the most recognizable movie cars of all time in the ECTO-1. The LEGO set is a perfect replica of the movie vehicle, even including the gunner seat that rotates out of the car to capture ghosts while on the move.
Fans will appreciate the small details like the hood of the car opening to reveal the engine and the trap door with the ghost trap. The ECTO-1 is 18 inches long and contains 2,300 pieces. The set looks great on display, but it even has working steering for play and creativity.
DC: Batman Batmobile Tumbler #76240: $269.99
The armored vehicle from The Dark Knight movies is the LEGO set of superhero dreams. Perfect for display (it includes a display stand!) or play, the Tumbler features an opening roof for quick access to the driver and passenger seats, as well as mini-figs of Batman and the Joker.
The set is no small feat. With just over 2,000 pieces, the Batmobile Tumbler is 17 inches long and 9 inches wide. DC fans will love spending time constructing the famous Gotham City vehicle.
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Castle #71043: $469.99
Harry Potter fans can relive the magic and the Boy Who Lived with the Hogwarts Castle Lego set. With four mini-figs, 27 micro-figs, and five Dementors, fans can dress up the 6,020-piece castle.
Hogwarts is full of dangerous areas for students and this LEGO set is no different. Fans can even build the Womping Willow and battle in the Chamber of Secrets. Hidden within the castle are small details like the moving staircase, Professor Umbridge’s office, and Hagrid’s Hut.
Star Wars: Mos Eisley Cantina #75290: $399.99
From Star Wars: A New Hope comes the Mos Eisley Cantina LEGO set. Fans can recreate the seedy underbelly of Tatooine with a cast of characters as 21 mini-figs, including Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Han Solo, and three members of the Cantina band.
The roof of the building is detachable for easy access to the bar and booths or take the action outside with the included landspeeder and Dewback. The set has over 3,100 pieces, making it an extensive project for a LEGO or Star Wars fan.
Jurassic Park: T. Rex Breakout #76956: $99.99
Fans can recreate the famous scene in Jurassic Park when the Tyrannosaurus-Rex breaks out of containment. Complete with four mini-figs of Alan Grant, Ian Malcolm, Tim Murphy, and Lex Murphy, with this LEGO set, fans can build the huge, posable dinosaur and destroyed Ford Explorers.
The 1,200-piece set has plenty of nods to the film, including dinosaur prints, flares, the goat chain, and night vision goggles to bring the scene to life. This set is perfect for fans of the franchise who love attention to detail.
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