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Lego Jurassic World and Lego Marvel’s Avengers confirmed for 2015 – Metro

Original article

a leak[1] before that) and now publisher Warner Bros. has confirmed it’ll be out this June, alongside the new film Jurassic World.

The game will recreate the storyline from the new movie and the original three Jurassic Park films. There are no more details than that, but at this point we think everyone can probably imagine. (And we say that while still loving the games ourselves, and having finished most of them 100%.)

Lego Jurassic World will be released on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, 3DS, and PS Vita; and so to will Lego Marvel’s Avengers.

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Alfred The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Instrumental Solos for Strings Cello (Book/CD)

Alfred The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Instrumental Solos for Strings Cello (Book/CD)


Instrumentalists will delight in this collection, which features thematic interpretations of 11 selections from Howard Shore’s brilliant score to The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Shore masterfully expands upon the musical palette of Middle-earth, blending familiar motifs from the Lord of the Rings trilogy with an exciting array of memorable new themes. This beautifully produced folio features an array of colorful photos from the film.Titles: My Dear Frodo * Old Friends * Axe or Sword? * The Adventure Begins * Warg-scouts * A Good Omen * Song of the Lonely Mountain * Dreaming of Bag End * A Very Respectable Hobbit * Erebor * The Dwarf Lords. ISBN 10: 0739096001ISBN 13: 9780739096000Series: Pop Instrumental Solo SeriesCategory: String SeriesFormat: Book & CDInstrument: CelloInstrumentation: Cello
List Price: 14.99
Price: 14.99

Lego Jurassic World and Lego Marvel’s Avengers confirmed for 2015 – Metro

Original article

a leak[1] before that) and now publisher Warner Bros. has confirmed it’ll be out this June, alongside the new film Jurassic World.

The game will recreate the storyline from the new movie and the original three Jurassic Park films. There are no more details than that, but at this point we think everyone can probably imagine. (And we say that while still loving the games ourselves, and having finished most of them 100%.)

Lego Jurassic World will be released on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, 3DS, and PS Vita; and so to will Lego Marvel’s Avengers.

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Incredible Hobbit LEGO set could be in shops soon – Mirror.co.uk

Original article

LEGO fan Ben Pitchford has created this incredible Hobbit set, based on Rivendell as portrayed in the film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Gathering.[1][2]

The incredible model contains over 5,000 pieces – and you might be able to buy it in shops soon.

The LEGO Ideas page[3] allows fans to submit their own models to be made in to real sets. It’s a bit like Kickstarter, in that the most popular ideas actually get made.

Check out this incredible Hobbit model…

Ben Pitchford

The mountain is just for display (with that included it’s over 120,000 pieces!)

Ben Pitchford

Rivendell, home to the Elves with The Company of Thorin Oakenshield

Ben Pitchford

Water, created using loose clear blue round studs

Ben Pitchford

Lady Galadriel

The set includes ten buildings with a main bridge to a platform

Ben Pitchford

The platform

Ben Pitchford

The bridge

Ben Pitchford

Is this the secret entrance to Erebor?

It has all the figures you’ll recognise, from Gandalf and Bilbo to Thorin Oakenshield and Lady Galadriel.

Ben Pitchford

There’s even a few guard elves

Ben Pitchford

But can they read the map?

The mountain separates into three parts

Ben Pitchford

You need a pretty big house to store this… luckily only the buildings and characters would come in the set

The set even has light up sections

Ben Pitchford

Light up moon runes show the way to the secret entrance to Erebor

Ben Pitchford

It possibly looks cooler at night

If you want to support Ben’s creation[4] and see it made into a reality, check out his LEGO ideas page.[5] The set needs 10,000 supporters to become a reality.

MORE: Pompeii made from LEGO- stunning 190,000 brick masterpiece[6]

The model is actually a scaled down version of a model created by Ben and his son (which contains over 120,000 pieces!) which is now on display at a children’s museum in the US.

You can see more of that model in this clip.

LEGO Rivendell Video loading[7]

[embedded content]

 

References

  1. ^ LEGO (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ The Hobbit: An Unexpected Gathering. (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ The LEGO Ideas page (www.mirror.co.uk)
  4. ^ support Ben’s creation (www.mocpages.com)
  5. ^ his LEGO ideas page. (ideas.lego.com)
  6. ^ Pompeii made from LEGO- stunning 190,000 brick masterpiece (www.mirror.co.uk)
  7. ^ LEGO Rivendell (www.mirror.co.uk)

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Incredible Hobbit LEGO set could be in shops soon – Mirror.co.uk

Original article

LEGO fan Ben Pitchford has created this incredible Hobbit set, based on Rivendell as portrayed in the film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Gathering.[1][2]

The incredible model contains over 5,000 pieces – and you might be able to buy it in shops soon.

The LEGO Ideas page[3] allows fans to submit their own models to be made in to real sets. It’s a bit like Kickstarter, in that the most popular ideas actually get made.

Check out this incredible Hobbit model…

Ben Pitchford

The mountain is just for display (with that included it’s over 120,000 pieces!)

Ben Pitchford

Rivendell, home to the Elves with The Company of Thorin Oakenshield

Ben Pitchford

Water, created using loose clear blue round studs

Ben Pitchford

Lady Galadriel

The set includes ten buildings with a main bridge to a platform

Ben Pitchford

The platform

Ben Pitchford

The bridge

Ben Pitchford

Is this the secret entrance to Erebor?

It has all the figures you’ll recognise, from Gandalf and Bilbo to Thorin Oakenshield and Lady Galadriel.

Ben Pitchford

There’s even a few guard elves

Ben Pitchford

But can they read the map?

The mountain separates into three parts

Ben Pitchford

You need a pretty big house to store this… luckily only the buildings and characters would come in the set

The set even has light up sections

Ben Pitchford

Light up moon runes show the way to the secret entrance to Erebor

Ben Pitchford

It possibly looks cooler at night

If you want to support Ben’s creation[4] and see it made into a reality, check out his LEGO ideas page.[5] The set needs 10,000 supporters to become a reality.

MORE: Pompeii made from LEGO- stunning 190,000 brick masterpiece[6]

The model is actually a scaled down version of a model created by Ben and his son (which contains over 120,000 pieces!) which is now on display at a children’s museum in the US.

You can see more of that model in this clip.

LEGO Rivendell Video loading[7]

[embedded content]

 

References

  1. ^ LEGO (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ The Hobbit: An Unexpected Gathering. (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ The LEGO Ideas page (www.mirror.co.uk)
  4. ^ support Ben’s creation (www.mocpages.com)
  5. ^ his LEGO ideas page. (ideas.lego.com)
  6. ^ Pompeii made from LEGO- stunning 190,000 brick masterpiece (www.mirror.co.uk)
  7. ^ LEGO Rivendell (www.mirror.co.uk)

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Alfred The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey PV Book

Alfred The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey PV Book


Pianists and aspiring media composers will delight in this officially licensed sheet music collection, which features piano renditions of 14 selections from Howard Shore’s brilliant score to The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Shore masterfully expands upon the musical palette of Middle-earth, blending familiar motifs from the The Lord of the Rings trilogy with an exciting array of memorable new themes. In addition to the piano arrangements, this beautifully produced souvenir folio features an array of colorful photos from the film. Titles: My Dear Frodo * Old Friends * An Unexpected Party * Axe or Sword? * Misty Mountains * The Adventure Begins * Radagast the Brown * Warg-scouts * A Good Omen * Song of the Lonely Mountain * Dreaming of Bag End * A Very Respectable Hobbit * Erebor * The Dwarf Lords. Music composed by Howard Shore
List Price:
Price: 19.99

Bard – Brickipedia, the LEGO Wiki

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Incredible Hobbit LEGO set could be in shops soon – Mirror.co.uk

Original article

LEGO fan Ben Pitchford has created this incredible Hobbit set, based on Rivendell as portrayed in the film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Gathering.[1][2]

The incredible model contains over 5,000 pieces – and you might be able to buy it in shops soon.

The LEGO Ideas page[3] allows fans to submit their own models to be made in to real sets. It’s a bit like Kickstarter, in that the most popular ideas actually get made.

Check out this incredible Hobbit model…

Ben Pitchford

The mountain is just for display (with that included it’s over 120,000 pieces!)

Ben Pitchford

Rivendell, home to the Elves with The Company of Thorin Oakenshield

Ben Pitchford

Water, created using loose clear blue round studs

Ben Pitchford

Lady Galadriel

The set includes ten buildings with a main bridge to a platform

Ben Pitchford

The platform

Ben Pitchford

The bridge

Ben Pitchford

Is this the secret entrance to Erebor?

It has all the figures you’ll recognise, from Gandalf and Bilbo to Thorin Oakenshield and Lady Galadriel.

Ben Pitchford

There’s even a few guard elves

Ben Pitchford

But can they read the map?

The mountain separates into three parts

Ben Pitchford

You need a pretty big house to store this… luckily only the buildings and characters would come in the set

The set even has light up sections

Ben Pitchford

Light up moon runes show the way to the secret entrance to Erebor

Ben Pitchford

It possibly looks cooler at night

If you want to support Ben’s creation[4] and see it made into a reality, check out his LEGO ideas page.[5] The set needs 10,000 supporters to become a reality.

MORE: Pompeii made from LEGO- stunning 190,000 brick masterpiece[6]

The model is actually a scaled down version of a model created by Ben and his son (which contains over 120,000 pieces!) which is now on display at a children’s museum in the US.

You can see more of that model in this clip.

LEGO Rivendell Video loading[7]

[embedded content]

 

References

  1. ^ LEGO (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ The Hobbit: An Unexpected Gathering. (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ The LEGO Ideas page (www.mirror.co.uk)
  4. ^ support Ben’s creation (www.mocpages.com)
  5. ^ his LEGO ideas page. (ideas.lego.com)
  6. ^ Pompeii made from LEGO- stunning 190,000 brick masterpiece (www.mirror.co.uk)
  7. ^ LEGO Rivendell (www.mirror.co.uk)

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Incredible Hobbit LEGO set could be in shops soon – Mirror.co.uk

Original article

LEGO fan Ben Pitchford has created this incredible Hobbit set, based on Rivendell as portrayed in the film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Gathering.[1][2]

The incredible model contains over 5,000 pieces – and you might be able to buy it in shops soon.

The LEGO Ideas page[3] allows fans to submit their own models to be made in to real sets. It’s a bit like Kickstarter, in that the most popular ideas actually get made.

Check out this incredible Hobbit model…

Ben Pitchford

The mountain is just for display (with that included it’s over 120,000 pieces!)

Ben Pitchford

Rivendell, home to the Elves with The Company of Thorin Oakenshield

Ben Pitchford

Water, created using loose clear blue round studs

Ben Pitchford

Lady Galadriel

The set includes ten buildings with a main bridge to a platform

Ben Pitchford

The platform

Ben Pitchford

The bridge

Ben Pitchford

Is this the secret entrance to Erebor?

It has all the figures you’ll recognise, from Gandalf and Bilbo to Thorin Oakenshield and Lady Galadriel.

Ben Pitchford

There’s even a few guard elves

Ben Pitchford

But can they read the map?

The mountain separates into three parts

Ben Pitchford

You need a pretty big house to store this… luckily only the buildings and characters would come in the set

The set even has light up sections

Ben Pitchford

Light up moon runes show the way to the secret entrance to Erebor

Ben Pitchford

It possibly looks cooler at night

If you want to support Ben’s creation[4] and see it made into a reality, check out his LEGO ideas page.[5] The set needs 10,000 supporters to become a reality.

MORE: Pompeii made from LEGO- stunning 190,000 brick masterpiece[6]

The model is actually a scaled down version of a model created by Ben and his son (which contains over 120,000 pieces!) which is now on display at a children’s museum in the US.

You can see more of that model in this clip.

LEGO Rivendell Video loading[7]

[embedded content]

 

References

  1. ^ LEGO (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ The Hobbit: An Unexpected Gathering. (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ The LEGO Ideas page (www.mirror.co.uk)
  4. ^ support Ben’s creation (www.mocpages.com)
  5. ^ his LEGO ideas page. (ideas.lego.com)
  6. ^ Pompeii made from LEGO- stunning 190,000 brick masterpiece (www.mirror.co.uk)
  7. ^ LEGO Rivendell (www.mirror.co.uk)

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Incredible Hobbit LEGO set could be in shops soon – Mirror.co.uk

Original article

LEGO fan Ben Pitchford has created this incredible Hobbit set, based on Rivendell as portrayed in the film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Gathering.[1][2]

The incredible model contains over 5,000 pieces – and you might be able to buy it in shops soon.

The LEGO Ideas page[3] allows fans to submit their own models to be made in to real sets. It’s a bit like Kickstarter, in that the most popular ideas actually get made.

Check out this incredible Hobbit model…

Ben Pitchford

The mountain is just for display (with that included it’s over 120,000 pieces!)

Ben Pitchford

Rivendell, home to the Elves with The Company of Thorin Oakenshield

Ben Pitchford

Water, created using loose clear blue round studs

Ben Pitchford

Lady Galadriel

The set includes ten buildings with a main bridge to a platform

Ben Pitchford

The platform

Ben Pitchford

The bridge

Ben Pitchford

Is this the secret entrance to Erebor?

It has all the figures you’ll recognise, from Gandalf and Bilbo to Thorin Oakenshield and Lady Galadriel.

Ben Pitchford

There’s even a few guard elves

Ben Pitchford

But can they read the map?

The mountain separates into three parts

Ben Pitchford

You need a pretty big house to store this… luckily only the buildings and characters would come in the set

The set even has light up sections

Ben Pitchford

Light up moon runes show the way to the secret entrance to Erebor

Ben Pitchford

It possibly looks cooler at night

If you want to support Ben’s creation[4] and see it made into a reality, check out his LEGO ideas page.[5] The set needs 10,000 supporters to become a reality.

MORE: Pompeii made from LEGO- stunning 190,000 brick masterpiece[6]

The model is actually a scaled down version of a model created by Ben and his son (which contains over 120,000 pieces!) which is now on display at a children’s museum in the US.

You can see more of that model in this clip.

LEGO Rivendell Video loading[7]

[embedded content]

 

References

  1. ^ LEGO (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ The Hobbit: An Unexpected Gathering. (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ The LEGO Ideas page (www.mirror.co.uk)
  4. ^ support Ben’s creation (www.mocpages.com)
  5. ^ his LEGO ideas page. (ideas.lego.com)
  6. ^ Pompeii made from LEGO- stunning 190,000 brick masterpiece (www.mirror.co.uk)
  7. ^ LEGO Rivendell (www.mirror.co.uk)

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