The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort have been in touch after running a survey about favourite pets to spread the word about an exciting competition. Children can submit pictures of their dog and explain why their pet is so special. The winning pooch will be immortalised in LEGO as part of the new Heartlake City area. Read on for more information.
Friday, 3 July 2015
Tuesday, 23 June 2015
The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort are bringing festival fever to Miniland with the addition of Glastonbury Festival to the exhibit. Headliners Kanye West, Florence Welch and Roger Daltrey are some of the famous faces that visitors can check out. Read on for the full press release and more images...
Thursday, 18 June 2015
The latest issue of Blocks Magazine is available today from all good stockists, and features LEGO Jurassic World on the cover to tie in with the biggest movie opening of all time. Inside there’s the Anatomy of a TIE Fighter, Star Wars Celebration coverage and the Kwik-e-Mart review. Read on for more details on the July issue of Blocks…
Monday, 15 June 2015
Images have now surfaced of one of the most exciting licensed LEGO sets of the year, Wall•E (21303). Wall•E was submitted through LEGO Ideas by Angus MacLane, hit the threshold and is now heading for stores just in time for Christmas. The set looks good and will no doubt prove popular among fans of the movie. So does this suggest any precedents for what future Ideas projects may get accepted?
Wednesday, 10 June 2015
Jurassic World is about to hit cinemas, ready to tap into a huge feeling of nostalgia that’s in the hearts of movie goers who loved the 1993 original. The LEGO sets themselves are entirely focused on the new movie, and the Ideas projects based on Jurassic Park did not make the cut. But thanks to the LEGO Jurassic World video game, fans can get a taste of what Jurassic Park would be like in LEGO.
Monday, 8 June 2015
In 2016 the Angry Birds movie will be coming to cinemas, and it has been announced that LEGO will be providing the accompanying construction toy line. LEGO is for children, so why get frustrated and ranty over the announcement that LEGO Angry Birds is to become a reality? Surely as long as it’s for children it fits with LEGO? Read on to find out why it has the potential to be a theme that does more harm than good…