That’s no moon!
If you were wondering how awesome a Lego Millennium Falcon would be if it were nearly 3 feet in diameter, wonder no more!
Lego unveiled it’s new Ultimate Collector Series Millennium Falcon and it is the largest kit in Lego’s history! Strategically interlocking 7,541 Lego pieces will be required to assemble this Corellian YT-1300f light freighter.
The detail of Han Solo’s famous ship is incredible and can be adapted to fit anywhere in the cinematic universe’s timeline thanks to an included Mynock creature (Empire Strikes Back) and several Pogs (upcoming The Last Jedi). The kit even includes both the original radar dish that the Millennium Falcon lost attacking the 2nd Death Star (Return of the Jedi) and the replacement dish seen in the current trilogy.
Figures included are Han Solo (Both young and old), Chewbacca, Leia, Finn, Rey, BB-8 & C3-PO.
The previous record holder for most Lego Parts was the Taj Mahal which measured in at a mere 5,922 pieces (and was completely incapable of completing the Kesel Run).
The Lego Ultimate Collector Series Millennium Falcon has a release date of October 1st and will launch with an MSRP of $799.99
Thank You Collider.