X-Men: Days of Future Past isn’t even in theaters yet — in fact there are just a couple really awesome trailers to appease the public at the moment — but that hasn’t stopped a super-talented fan from showing the world what the movie could be if only they had cast LEGO instead of those pesky humans.
One creative woman is making everyone else look terrible in her quest to get the perfect job.
Malaysia-based Lego fan Adly Syairi Ramly created these delightful images using an iPhone 5.
And it will get your inner nerd very excited indeed.
Including the Red Wedding…
Including Lego Lenny Henry!
Romanian tech prodigy Raul Oaida, 20, used more than 500,000 standard Lego pieces to construct the vehicle.
This weekend’s box office champion, with a $69.1 million debut, embodies a spirit of go-for-broke, did-not-see-that-coming excitement that animated movies have been missing.
Google has built a Chrome plugin that lets you build LEGO and you never run out of bricks. And you can build crude-looking body parts.
They’re surprisingly sophisticated.
It invited locals to place their own LEGO figures in it.
For starters, the plural of LEGO is LEGO.
This pamphlet tells you everything you need to know about visiting the Big Apple. Whatever you do, DON’T GO TO BROOKLYN.
One small brick for man, one giant brick for mankind. Courtesy of Lego Space: Building the Future by Peter Reid and Tim Goddard.
Your favorite childhood toy can be used to make accessories that are unexpectedly lovely.
And you can make it happen.
Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries. Via Flickr user Rifiröfi.
Imagination doesn’t need pre-fabricated sets! It’s easy to see why some of these fan builds have won awards at the annual BrickCon.
Also, Morgan Freeman is a wizard. This has been a Public Service Announcement.
If you’re got a big idea, a big ad can make a big impact.
Small plastic bricks used in latest attempt to make London commute less harrowing.
A quick and (hopefully) easy quiz.