Our friends over at MovotoBlog have come up with a pretty handy calculator to see how many Lego bricks it would take to rebuild your house completely out of the plastic bricks we love so much. After they finished the calculator, they took it a step further and figured out how many bricks it would take to rebuild some famous movie structures.
Famous Movie Houses In LEGO By Movoto Real Estate
Check out the detailed break down and how they got the numbers below
Ever wonder how much would it cost to buy Pee-wee’s Playhouse? The team over at Movoto did, and they came up with this handy infographic to break down the charges. It’s a bit more than we’d expected but come on, how many houses have talking windows? Check out the infographic and detailed listing below:
A few days ago a picture started circulating the internet showing a Simpson’s house made out of Lego. Many Lego and Simpson’s enthusiasts went crazy and finally Lego admitted the set is real and coming out February 1st.
The set includes bricks to recreate the Simpsons’ Springfield homestead and includes 6 minifigures; Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, Maggie, and Ned Flanders. Set# 71006 is set to retail for around $200 but most fans will agree it’s well worth the price. This isn’t just the shell of a house, it’s completely furnished and detailed.
A line of 16 minifigs will hit stores in May, when Fox airs a Lego-themed episode of The Simpsons to celebrate the show’s 25th anniversary. The figures will retail for about $4 and are currently rumored to be series 13 of the minifgure packs since series #12 will feature characters from The Lego Movie. Check out the pictures and a video from the designers below:
Nearly 10,000 workers were employed to build the ice and snow sculptures, which require about 180,000 square meters of ice and 150,000 square meters of snow, for the Harbin Snow & Ice Festival in China.
A movie is rated “R” when—according to the Motion Picture Association of America—it contains “adult themes, adult activity, hard language, intense or persistent violence, sexually-oriented nudity, drug abuse,” or probably Nicolas Cage screaming about God only knows. But if you were to strip away all those elements and get to the very heart of each movie’s plot maybe, just maybe, you would have the perfect bedtime story to tell children that didn’t have any plans to get any real sleep that night anyway. (Note: There will be spoilers, but told in the gentlest, most adorable way possible.)
Bedtime Version: Three friends on a long trip ride a train that’s just like the Polar Express but goes to Slovakia instead and stop by a house that’s just like the Three Bears’ house but doesn’t really seem to have an exit. And just like in the Three Bears’ house, the friends suddenly get very sleepy and take a nap. While asleep one of the friends disappears like magic while another tired friend sees a wizard with a magic wand and then also magically disappears, piece by piece. The third friend tries to find the source of all this magic and is caught by the evil wizards, one who uses his magic wand to cause two of the friend’s fingers to magically disappear. But the friend is able to find his own wand and cause part of the side of that wizard’s head to disappear. He then stumbles upon a pile of all the other pieces the wizard made disappear before getting back on a train and teaching the very bad super wizard the importance of flushing.