25 Movie-Themed LEGO Constructions You Haven’t Seen Before

LEGO is an awesome toy for all ages and more often than not, builders are limited only by their imagination as to what they can put together and create with those colored blocks.

Add to that a love of a blockbuster movie or genre, a lot of patience and a superhuman ability to not die from stepping on a LEGO block, and you have a collection of amazing mega constructions, so mind-blowing that you’d think they are actually built for a LEGO-themed remake of the actual movie.

Here are a few movie scenes that you were reimagined by LEGO master builders. Depicted below are two sections, one dedicated to the building and sets of famous movies; the other, the spaceships of sci-fi films that have graced the silver screen and won our hearts.

Keep in mind that while they are not to scale, these mega constructions can be 6-feet in length or height, consisting over tens (or hundreds) of thousands of LEGO bricks, pounding the scales at 10 kgs and above. With that in mind, start gawking.

Iron Man Hall of Armor – Iron Man 3. The attention to detail of these one of a kind, hand-painted LEGO Iron Man armor is just amazing. (Image Source: becauseBATMAN)

Tony Stark’s Garage – Iron Man. A well-known scene where Tony Stark tests new armor with JARVIS in his basement garage. (Image Source: LuxorV)

Bane’s Hideout – The Dark Knight Rises. Check out the creative use of clear LEGO bricks to simulate a waterfall in the sewers of Bane’s Hideout. There’s even a white rat for extra credit. (Image Source: MaceWindu)

The Goblin’s Lair – Spider-Man 2. Although a small build, the lighting effects brings the whole thing to life. (Image Source: Captain Nemo)

Helm’s Deep – Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. 1700 LEGO minifigs were used in the re-creation of the Battle of Helm’s Deep. (Image Source: MOCpages)

Barad-dûr (Eye of Sauron) – Lord of the Rings. This tower stands 175cm tall, so it could probably be taller than you. (Image Source: SkyWalter)

Hogwarts – Harry Potter. One die-hard Harry Potter fan, 400,000 LEGO Bricks and 12 months. A masterpiece made out of pure dedication and hard work. (Image Source: Bippity Bricks)

Inception. The dream sequence iconic of Christopher Nolan’s masterpiece depicted in its entirety, curves and bends included. (Image Source: -infomaniac-)

Winterfell – Game of Thrones. Just look at this epic castle fit for the King of the North. (Image Source: Itaria No Shintaku)

Al Khazneh – Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. LEGO architectural wizardry with amazing fine detail. (Image Source: MOCpages)

The Wizard of Oz. The Emerald City and final scene of the Wizard of Oz. (Image Source: Captain Redstorm)

Castle Black – Game of Thrones (TV). Known as ‘The Wall’ where Castle Black is located, this is the fortress of the Night’s Watch. (Image Source: Itaria No Shintaku)

Hill Valley 2015 – Back To The Future. The famous location where Marty McFly hoverboards through the square by day and gets a lightning strike by night to get back to his time in the future on the Delorean. (Image Source: Orion Pax)

Spaceships & Aircrafts From Movies

X-Wing Star Fighter – Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. A life-size X-Wing consisting of 5.3 million LEGO bricks, built in 17,000 hours and by 32 (crazy) designers.(Image Source: LEGO Facebook)

Mon Calamari Star Cruiser – Star Was Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. Measuring in at 208 cm long, weighing in at 23.5kg, made from 30,500 LEGO bricks worth $5000 and pieced together by a single man. Someone give him a medal. (Image Source: Thomas Benedikt)

Millennium Falcon – Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. A minifig size Millennium Falcon done without the help of the 10179 collectors edition. Is that Han Solo? (Image Source: simply sci-fi)

Battlestar Berzerk – Battlestar Galactica (TV). Almost as big as the average person at 186 cm long and 61 cm wide this battleship weighs in at 24.5 kg with over 20,000 LEGO bricks. (Image Source: Garry King)

Venator Class Star Destroyer – Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TV). An even bigger build at 2.44 meters in length weighing 82 kgs. Mind-blowingly awesome. (Image Source: iomedes)

Ralph McQuarrie’s Baseship Concept – Battlestar Galactica (1978). It’s amazing to think how straight LEGO pieces can create this circular build, towering at over 1 meter in height and length. (Image Source: Garry King)

Nebulon-B Escort Frigate – Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. The attention to detail to this 2-meter long and more than half a meter high frigate is impeccable. (Image Source: Steef Mediocre)

USS Reliant – Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. The use of LEDs really brings this space ship to life. (Image Source: Myko-)

Corellian Corvette – Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. The hallways of this 12-foot long aircraft has a fully detailed interior where LEGO mini figs can walk around (if they could). (Image Source: simply sci-fi)

Batman’s Tumbler – The Dark Knight Trilogy. Not a spaceship but a working remote controlled Batman Tumbler with working suspensions. How is this even possible? (Image Source: Technico1175)