Playing as Back to the Future’s Marty McFly while he battles Batman, or controlling Superman while he goes up against The Lord of the Ring’s Gandalf sounds pretty awesome. But how all those worlds and characters got so mixed up in Lego Dimensions is partly revealed in the game’s latest trailer.
If you needed any further proof that everything is better with Lego, the folks at Macro Lego Universe recreated the iconic clock tower scene from the end of the original Back to the Future movie. Given how successful The Lego Movie was, it's probably not a bad idea for Hollywood to just recreate every movie we've ever…
Rejoice, for today, the Lego Back to the Future set has officially gone on sale. For $35, you can get your very own DeLorean time machine along with minifigs of Marty McFly and Doc Brown. Great Scott!
This is the back of the box of the Lego Back to the Future set, which I got last week. While I'm still disappointed with how they made the hood, it's still a nice set. That car's front is easily fixable if you get some extra pieces—and the third movie's car actually looks nice.
Brick News has obtained photos of the official Lego Back to the Future set, including the minifigs for Marty McFly and Doc Brown. As you can see, it's more elaborated than the version approved by Lego Cuusoo but not as pretty. Not even close. You'll be able to create all the three versions of the car using the pieces…
It's official, people. We won! The Lego Back to the Future—one of the Holy Grails of Lego—is going to be an official set! The fans have spoken and Lego has approved it. They are going to produce it for everyone to buy it! Yes, i'm so excited.
Rejoice, my lovely fellow nerds, because one of the Holy Grails of Lego is about to become a reality! The Lego Back to the Future set—the one you are looking at right here—may happen soon.