Published: Sat, May 05, 2018
Research | By Derrick Holloway

Win! LEGO Star Wars sets including the Kessel Run Millennium Falcon!


In honor of the upcoming release of the franchise's latest adventure, Solo: A Star Wars Story, the Lego Master Builders have constructed a rideable version of the smuggler's signature ship, the Millennium Falcon. Remember when he asked Han Solo, "What have you done to my ship?" in Empire Strikes Back?

Over the years we have grown so accustomed to seeing the famed space vehicle in its later years that it's quite refreshing to see it in pristine condition.

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Now ultimately we know that Lando will lose his pimped out ride to Han in a game of Sabacc which leaves us pondering...

A bicycle-powered Millennium Falcon made of Lego bricks is blasting people off through New York's Bryant Park Friday in celebration of May the 4th, also known as Star Wars Day.

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Immediately evident upon watching the video is that the Millennium Falcon is cleaner than it ever was in any of the actual Star Wars movies, with Glover even mentioning that it was never as nice once Han Solo took the ship from Lando. The film is being produced by Lucasfilm from a screenplay by Lawrence and Jon Kasdan, and will be distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. It's produced by Kathleen Kennedy, Allison Shearmur and Simon Emanuel.

The film hits theaters on May 25.

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