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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]

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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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“Jurassic world,” pure LEGO goodness – Mashable cut to 90 seconds

Original article 672 shares, what is it? Laura Vitto2015-08-24 21:12:09 sure, possibly a few months late on this world of Jurassic recap UTC [embedded content] BrotherHood workshop [1], but in detail in this LEGO animation taken is worth to wait. YouTube channel – known animate for use of bricks from Star Wars The Hobbit movies – cut the summer blockbusters to 90 seconds. Get all the details you need to know, plus all the insane Dino fights in LEGO form. Topics: Legos, video, videos, viral video, Watercooler [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] references ^ brotherhood workshop (www.youtube.com) ^ Legos (mashable.com) ^ video (mashable.com) ^ videos (mashable.com) ^ viral video (mashable.com) ^ Watercooler (mashable.com)

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Watch: The entire plot of ‘Jurassic World’ condensed into a 90 second LEGO … – BGR

Original article

It broke box office records, it had a bigger opening weekend than The Avengers[1] and it landed director Colin Trevorrow a job on the new Star Wars[2] trilogy, so chances are pretty good that you saw Jurassic World[3] this summer. The long-awaited reboot/sequel to the Jurassic Park series was received moderately well by critics, but audiences ate it up.

SEE ALSO: Watch this insane 200-foot dive into a tiny pool of water[4]

Now that we have to wait a couple of months before the movie is made available on Blu-ray and streaming services, we’ll have to find something dinosaur-related to tide us over. I can’t think of anything better than a stop-motion LEGO recreation of the entire film in 90 seconds, so I think this creation from Brotherhood Workshop will have to do.

Keep in mind, this is the whole movie in a minute and a half, so there will be spoilers:

[embedded content]

In the comments, the creator of the video said it took somewhere around 200 hours to create the final product you see above. He’s made similar videos for Star Wars, The Hobbit and The Avengers as well, so if you liked what you saw, be sure to check out his channel for more[5]. He’s also running a Patreon[6] if you want to support his work.

Oh, and here’s one more great Jurassic World LEGO short:

[embedded content]

[7] [8]

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Watch: The entire plot of ‘Jurassic World’ condensed into a 90 second LEGO … – BGR

Original article

It broke box office records, it had a bigger opening weekend than The Avengers[1] and it landed director Colin Trevorrow a job on the new Star Wars[2] trilogy, so chances are pretty good that you saw Jurassic World[3] this summer. The long-awaited reboot/sequel to the Jurassic Park series was received moderately well by critics, but audiences ate it up.

SEE ALSO: Watch this insane 200-foot dive into a tiny pool of water[4]

Now that we have to wait a couple of months before the movie is made available on Blu-ray and streaming services, we’ll have to find something dinosaur-related to tide us over. I can’t think of anything better than a stop-motion LEGO recreation of the entire film in 90 seconds, so I think this creation from Brotherhood Workshop will have to do.

Keep in mind, this is the whole movie in a minute and a half, so there will be spoilers:

[embedded content]

In the comments, the creator of the video said it took somewhere around 200 hours to create the final product you see above. He’s made similar videos for Star Wars, The Hobbit and The Avengers as well, so if you liked what you saw, be sure to check out his channel for more[5]. He’s also running a Patreon[6] if you want to support his work.

Oh, and here’s one more great Jurassic World LEGO short:

[embedded content]

[7] [8]

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New PlayStation Vita Bundles Coming to Europe This Fall, Featuring Hits and … – PlayStation LifeStyle

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Giving potential PlayStation Vita owners in Europe a couple choices this holiday, Sony has announced two new Mega Packs – the Hits Mega Pack and LEGO Action Heroes Mega Pack.

Priced at €199.99 each, the bundles include a PS Vita system, an 8GB memory card, and a voucher code for the games included in each pack, which you can see below:

PS Vita Hits Mega Pack – September 2015

  • Uncharted: Golden Abyss: Help Nathan Drake on a thrilling quest to uncover the dark secret behind a Spanish expedition to Central America 400 years ago.
  • Tearaway: Tear into a new action-packed platforming adventure as you guide a plucky little messenger through a world made totally, utterly and completely out of paper. Use the rear touch pad to poke your fingertips right into the game world to move objects and attack baddies.
  • LittleBigPlanet PS Vita: To return Carnivalia to a place of fun and happiness, Sackboy must embark on a shiny new adventure to bounce, grab, swing and grapple through five amazing worlds using all the touchy-feely magic of PS Vita.
  • When Viking Attack: Defend the towns of Britain from an invasion of naughty Vikings in this frantically funny arcade bash-em-up.

LEGO Action Heroes Mega Pack – October 2015

  • LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham: Suit-up as the Caped Crusader, join forces with the Super Heroes of the DC Comics universe and blast off to outer space to stop the evil Brainiac from destroying Earth.
  • The LEGO Movie Videogame: Join Emmet and an unlikely group of resistance fighters in their heroic quest to thwart Lord Business’ evil plans – a mission that Emmet is hopelessly and hilariously unprepared for. This wild ride includes a surprising mix of over 90 playable characters inspired by the film.
  • LEGO The Hobbit: Travel to Middle-earth to explore several key locations from the films – visit Bag End, trek through the treacherous High Pass over The Misty Mountains, and discover the depths of Goblin Town, Mirkwood and Rivendell.

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If you already own a PlayStation Vita, a memory card bundle featuring an 8GB memory card and voucher code with the games will be available for €39.99 each.

Sony adds, “Check your local retailers for details on availability and release timing.”

[Source: PS Blog[1]]

References

  1. ^ PS Blog (blog.eu.playstation.com)

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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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No Plans to Release LEGO The Hobbit’s Five Armies DLC – GameSpot

Original article

A proposed downloadable expansion to LEGO The Hobbit[1], which was expected to be based on the final instalment of the movie trilogy, will not see light of day.

In a statement sent to GameSpot, publisher Warner Bros did not explicitly state that the expansion had been cancelled, rather that “there are no plans to develop DLC based on the final film of the trilogy.” The publisher also confirmed that it has no plans to release a new game based on the film.

It is not clear how far Warner Bros proceeded with plans to develop DLC based on the third Hobbit film, The Battle of the Five Armies, which was released across theatres in December.

LEGO The Hobbit, which shipped across nine platforms in April last year, followed the story of the first two films of the trilogy, with the final scene in the game mirroring that of the second film.

During the same month of the game’s release, it was informally announced at the London Toy Fair that the story’s conclusion would come to the game via an expansion. If such a plan were to be fully enacted by Warner Bros, it would mean that the DLC would need to be built for PlayStation 3[2], PlayStation 4[3], PlayStation Vita[4], Xbox 360[5], Xbox One[6], Wii U[7], Nintendo 3DS[8], Windows[9], and OSX[10].

Across the eleven months since word of the DLC first surfaced, Warner Bros and developer Traveller’s Tales have been flooded with questions and requests regarding the expansion.

Fans sent questions to both companies across the game’s forums[11], Facebook pages[12], and to the Twitter accounts[13] of connected individuals. Despite these requests arriving on a daily basis, no clear answer had arrived.

Warner Bros’ full statement follows:

“The LEGO The Hobbit videogame gives LEGO and Middle-earth fans a fun, new way to experience the legendary adventures of Bilbo and company as told in the first two films of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy. The game provides an excellent set-up for the concluding chapter of Peter Jackson’s film, The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies. There are no plans to develop DLC based on the final film of the trilogy.”

GameSpot’s LEGO The Hobbit review[14] aired several reservations. Critic Carolyn Petit wrote: “There’s no shortage of content in Lego The Hobbit. The main story quest covers the narrative films in detail, though frustratingly, it ends on the same cliff-hanger that the second Hobbit film ends on, so there is no resolution offered here.”

Warner Bros also confirmed that it has no plans to release a new game based on the film.

References

  1. ^ LEGO The Hobbit (www.gamespot.com)
  2. ^ PlayStation 3 (www.gamespot.com)
  3. ^ PlayStation 4 (www.gamespot.com)
  4. ^ PlayStation Vita (www.gamespot.com)
  5. ^ Xbox 360 (www.gamespot.com)
  6. ^ Xbox One (www.gamespot.com)
  7. ^ Wii U (www.gamespot.com)
  8. ^ Nintendo 3DS (www.gamespot.com)
  9. ^ Windows (www.gamespot.com)
  10. ^ OSX (www.gamespot.com)
  11. ^ forums (community.lego.com)
  12. ^ Facebook pages (www.facebook.com)
  13. ^ Twitter accounts (twitter.com)
  14. ^ LEGO The Hobbit review (www.gamespot.com)

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