A quick sneak peek at an upcoming Lego set based on Indiana Jones
and the Temple of Doom. Tentative release is January 2009.
Posted 06:30 by Les
If you are a member of the Lego Brickmaster Club then start checking
your mail as the exclusive Jeep set has begun shipping.
07:30 by Mitchell Hallock
This week's Toy Fair in New
York was an amazing look at all the Indiana Jones goods headed
our way. Some of the more spectacular images were those of the forthcoming
LEGO sets based on Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of The Crystal
Skull. Lucky attendees saw firsthand LEGO's offerings (and a lucky
group of 100 visitors walked away with an extremely rare LEGO Indy/Han
Solo giveaway already popping up on eBay) and provided some tantalizing
peaks at the action sequences. Images have flooded the internet and
not adding to that list are the box shots of these building block sets.
These four sets became available on May 1st, 2008.
Posted 19:00 by Les
A peak at the cover of the
new issue of Lego
magazine appearing in mailboxes now.
Posted 22:42 by Les
Adam McDaniel visited the
FAO Schwartz toy store in New York - and look what he found - a lifesize
INDIANA JONES constructed from Lego!
Lego did not release the packaging photos below. These are mock-ups
and not the final images. Approved images will be released in Nov/Dec.
Toy Review just posted images of the first four LEGO Indiana Jones
playsets which are slated to arrive in stores in January 2008. The four
playsets in the photo are:
Escape ($49.99 USD) which brings Raiders' legendary rolling
boulder scene to life in LEGO form as Indy faces spiders and poisoned
darts in his search for the Golden Idol of Fertility.
for the Stolen Treasure
($29.99 USD), kids can build two desert vehicles and recreate Indy's
truck-hopping fight to save the Ark of the Covenant.
Jones and the Lost Tomb
($19.99 USD) recreates the eye-popping suspense of Indy rescuing Marion
from slithering snakes in an Egyptian tomb.
($9.99 USD) depicts the scene where Indy and his father escape with
the map to the hidden temple.
playsets based on Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
will launch in May 2008 with prices ranging from $9.99 - $79.99 USD
Group Secures Exclusive
Construction Category Rights to
Indiana Jones(TM) Property
YORK, June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- LEGO Group, the world's leading construction
toy manufacturer, today announces a partnership with Lucasfilm Ltd.
to produce building sets based on the Indiana Jones franchise
-- one of the most globally successful movie series ever made.
worldwide blockbuster films, and the highly anticipated May 2008 premiere
of the new Indiana Jones movie, will provide inspiration for
a series of highly iconic and action-packed build-and-play adventures
of the rogue archaeologist and hero.
is such a natural synergy between Lucasfilm and LEGO enthusiasts of
all ages that makes combining our stories with the LEGO play pattern
an easy decision," said Howard Roffman, President of Lucas Licensing.
"We're thrilled to have a chance to share the history and success
of LEGO Star Wars with another Lucas franchise."
playsets based on the classic trilogy are slated to launch
in January 2008. Three sets based on iconic scenes from Raiders
of the Lost Ark include: Temple Escape ($49.99 USD) which brings
the legendary rolling boulder scene to life in LEGO form as Indy faces
spiders and poisoned darts in his search for the Golden Idol of Fertility.
With Race for the Stolen Treasure ($29.99 USD), kids build two desert
vehicles and recreate Indy's truck-hopping fight to save the treasure.
Indiana Jones and the Lost Tomb ($19.99 USD) recreates the eye-popping
suspense of Indy rescuing Marion from slithering snakes in an Egyptian
tomb. And based on Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade action,
Motorcycle Chase ($9.99 USD) depicts the scene where Indy and his father
escape with the map to the hidden temple.
constructible playsets based on the fourth movie will launch
in May 2008, with suggested retail prices ranging from $9.99 to $79.99
are thrilled to be bringing yet another blockbuster Lucasfilm property
to life for LEGO kids and adult enthusiasts," said Jill Wilfert,
vice president, partnership and alliance management for the LEGO Group.
"The marriage of strong story, well-known characters, dynamic vehicles
and action-oriented movie scenes with the classic LEGO play pattern
is a proven winner, and Indiana Jones lends itself perfectly to the
build-and-play world of LEGO building."
For more than 25
years, audiences have been enraptured by the exploits of Indiana Jones.
The film trilogy -- Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the
Temple of Doom, and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
-- garnered 14 Academy Award nominations, won 7 Oscars, and grossed
over $1,182,000,000 at the box office. The films are among the most
popular movies ever made and have become a legendary part of film history.
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