News articles tagged 'LEGO'
11 May 2019 at 19:12 GMT
It’s been a big couple of weeks for LEGO collectors, with the brick giant today announcing two more Harry Potter sets themed around Goblet of Fire scenes. Both Beauxbatons’ Carriage: Arrival at Hogwarts (430 pieces) and The Rise of Voldemort (184 pieces) will be released on 1 August and will retail for $49.99 and $19.99 respectively.
The new Beauxbatons build complements the arrival of the Durmstrang ship — a set LEGO released way back in 2005. The Rise of Voldemort looks to be an evolution of Graveyard Duel, another Goblet of Fire set released in 2005.
Late last month LEGO revealed five new ‘Potter’ sets themed around both Prisoner of Azkaban and Goblet of Fire, and a festive Advent calendar. Those new sets will be available from 1 June.
29 October 2018 at 11:24 GMT
LEGO will release a new Diagon Alley set (the third LEGO iteration of the Wizarding street), with images of the set and its packaging discovered online today. The 374-piece set will be a “microscale” (smaller scale with smaller figures) companion set to the 6020-piece Hogwarts Castle build.
This version of Diagon Alley includes Gringotts Wizarding Bank, bookstore Flourish & Blotts and the Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes joke shop. The set will also include a new minifigure of wandmaker Ollivander. No word yet on the release date for this set, but November seems likely.
Will we see more Harry Potter or Fantastic Beasts sets released next month, too? Learn more about the world of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts LEGO sets in our dedicated LEGO section.
25 July 2018 at 08:21 GMT
Seven years after the last Harry Potter sets were released, LEGO has unveiled a number of exciting new Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts themed builds. The centrepiece of the new products is an epic 6000+ piece (!) Hogwarts Castle and grounds.
The new sets feature iconic scenes from the 8 ‘Potter’ films, as well as two Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them sets (including an exciting new Crimes of Grindelwald build). A number of new minifigures are also included with the new releases.
The new sets include Aragog’s Lair, the Whomping Willow and castle, The Great Hall, the Hogwarts Express and a Quidditch Match. The Fantastic Beasts sets include Newt’s Case (complete with a number of magical creatures) and Grindelwald’s Escape (in what looks to be a Thestral-and-cart), a new scene we’ll learn more about in the Crimes of Grindelwald film.
The epic highlight of the new sets is a 6020-piece Hogwarts Castle, LEGO’s second largest set (behind the Star Wars Millenium Falcon). The castle showcases a number of iconic scenes from the ‘Potter’ films, and includes 4 minifgures (the four Hogwarts founders) and 27 character microfigures.
14 February 2011 at 06:08 GMT
Last week was Battle for Hogwarts, and now this week we have your first look at the other two HP sets that LEGO will be releasing this summer.
LEGO 4866, The Knight Bus, will cost $34.99 and is slated for release in June. Additionally, LEGO 4865, The Forbidden Forest, will cost $11.99 and will be released in August.
You can see pictures of all three sets below. Additional close-ups can be found at ActionFigs.com.
8 February 2011 at 03:24 GMT
LEGO will be releasing three new Harry Potter sets in August to accompany the final film, and we now have our first look at one of the three sets below thanks to Eurobricks.
The set will include seven mini-figures: a Dementor, Harry Potter, Remus Lupin, Gregory Goyle, Lucius Malfoy, Neville Longbottom, and Professor Sprout.
3 July 2010 at 02:27 GMT
For our Australian fans, there will be an event held in Sydney tomorrow to celebrate the release of the LEGO Harry Potter Years 1-4 video game. The event will be held at Sydney University’s Great Hall and entry is free. Those fans dressed as Harry Potter characters will recieve a free gift.
To find out more information, visit the Facebook group.