Which former Marvel movie director will be at the helm of an episode of Supergirl? Which Marvel Comics movie received five nominations at the Razzies this year? Does Robin Wright still have a role in Wonder Woman? Why is someone petitioning for a PG-13 cut of Deadpool? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
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If you’re good with numbers and you’re a fan of Batman, then you’ve probably realized that this year marks the 50th anniversary of the 1966 Batman series that starred Adam West and Burt Ward as The Caped Crusader and The Boy Wonder. And in honor of the milestone anniversary, LEGO has just unveiled one hell of a playset for the Batcave, one that includes not only some of the signature villains but also the iconic vehicles as well. See pictures of the awesome set below! Read More »
Fans of Star Wars and LEGO must be some of the most dedicated and patient people. Star Wars fans have waited 10 years for the franchise to return on the big screen and LEGO fans spend hours putting together building brick sets. And now one fan of both has built another impressive custom set that is massive and cool.
KW Vauban has built an Ewok village from Return of the Jedi that is no less than three feet tall, which is pretty much as tall as Wicket and the rest of the Ewoks from the forest moon of Endor. Check it out! Read More »
There have been a few different LEGO versions of the iconic Millennium Falcon from Star Wars over the years. There have been two minifigure scale versions of the ship, from the original trilogy and The Force Awakens, and then there’s a more impressive Ultimate Collector’s Series version that usually costs upwards of $5,000 nowadays. But one fan decided to make his own LEGO Millennium Falcon, and it’s bigger and better than any version we’ve seen before. Check it out below! Read More »
With Star Wars Battlefront on the shelves as another way of fueling the hype train on track to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, fans have been doing their fair share of blasting both Rebels and Imperials in the video game world. But one fan wanted to do some blasting with the weight of LEGO in his hands.
Flickr user and Star Wars fan Nick Jensen has recreated a life-size version of the E-11 blaster rifle, which fans will know as the blaster carried by Stormtroopers in the original Star Wars trilogy. They occasionally use the gun to hit their targets, but mostly it’s just to make a lot of noise and flashing red lights. But this looks like quite the deadly piece of LEGO weaponry. Read More »
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With recent news of a Jurassic World trilogy in the works to follow the success of the sequel/reboot this past summer, the popularity of the Jurassic Park franchise might be bigger than it’s ever been. There’s plenty of dinosaur action in our future from Universal Pictures.
Now two fans have taken their love of the franchise to an extreme level with a massive LEGO creation that takes all four of the Jurassic Park movies spanning 22 years and combines them into one giant set, not unlike the LEGO Jurassic World video game that was released this year in conjunction with the movie. Check it out! Read More »
Update from editor Peter Sciretta: In October LEGO finally announced that they will be making a Ghostbusters Firehouse LEGO Set. They posted photos of the set on twitter along with the text “Get ready to bust some ghosts! First look at set 75827 LEGO @Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters available Jan 2016!” Now photos have been revealed showing the incredibly detailed interior of the Ghostbusters Firehouse LEGO set. Hit the jump to see them now!
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Yes, we’re aware that we’ve been going pretty crazy with all the Back to the Future coverage here at /Film, but that’s because we’re all such genuine fans of the entire film franchise from director Robert Zemeckis and writer Bob Gale. That made Back to the Future Day last week a lot of fun to experience, but there was so much going on that it was difficult to keep up with all the festivities, promotions and celebrations.
That’s why we rounded up another slew of stories to check out on Back to the Future Day this past Wednesday, and that’s why we’re delivering this final Back to the Future Bits round-up full of facts, news, goods and celebrations you might have missed in all the commotion that happened on October 21st, 2015.
The final installment of Back to the Future Bits includes these stories:
- Huge sales for USA Today‘s Back to the Future Part II issue
- Back to the Future was the highest grossing film in theaters on October 21st
- An awesome Halloween costume with a hovering Marty McFly
- Brick Forge has custom LEGO Back to the Future accessories that need to be Kickstarted
- Some folks at Stanford created a self-driving, electric DeLorean
- Tom Wilson talks about real bullies inspiring Biff Tannen
- Check out some Back to the Future cafes open in Japan
- A lost 1989 commercial for Mattel’s hoverboard
- CommitStrip explains why Doc and Marty didn’t arrive in 2015
- Experience Back to the Future Day on the Universal Pictures lot
- How the DeLorean was saved by the legacy of Back to the Future
- 11 secrets about the making of Back to the Future
- How many people celebrated Back to the Future Day on Facebook?
- Bob Gale reminisces about the making of Back to the Future
- A remake of Back to the Future still isn’t in the cards
- How Reagan-era economics impacted characters of Back to the Future
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How fun will LEGO Marvel’s The Avengers be? What is Hugh Jackman‘s favorite Wolverine scene from the X-Men series? Did the government have something to do with canceling Adam West‘s Batman series? When does Ant-Man arrive on Blu-Ray? What are the ten best episodes of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman? Find all this and more in today’s edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »