FIRST LOOK at New ‘Star Wars’ LEGO Sets Coming Soon!

If you love Star Wars and LEGO, we’ve got some great news for you.

LEGO Store in Disney Springs

Now, we’ve already shared some current Star Wars LEGO sets with you, like Boba Fett with his ship, an Imperial Fighter ship, a Jedi Temple, Luke Skywalker’s X-Wing, and more. Well, we now have a SNEAK peek at some new Star Wars LEGO sets that are coming soon.

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We recently attended a media event and got a first look at some brand-new LEGO sets that you’ll be able to buy soon. Even better, you can pre-order ALL of these at Target. These sets are celebrating 25 years of LEGO Star Wars!

First up is the  R2-D2 LEGO Set, which comes with 1,050 pieces that will let you build one of the most popular droids in Star Wars history.


You’ll be able to recreate the opening scene from the very first Star Wars movie,  A New Hope, with the LEGO Boarding The Tantive IV Set. This one has 502 pieces and comes with seven minifigures.

Boarding the Tantive IV

Speaking of the Tantive IV, you will also soon be able to get the LEGO Tantive IV Set with 654 pieces and a buildable stand to show it off.

Tantive IV

A new Millennium Falcon LEGO Set is coming soon, too. You’ll be able to build the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy with 921 pieces. This one also has a buildable display stand.

Millennium Falcon

Finally, the Invisible Hand Lego Set is coming soon, too. You might recognize this ship from Revenge of the Sith. You only have to put 557 pieces together (including the hangar where Anakin and Obi-Wan landed their starfighters).

Invisible Hand

Check back soon with AllEars for more!

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Do you collect Star Wars LEGO sets? Let us know which ones you have in the comments!

Disclosure: We were invited to attend a media preview of the Disney Play House Creator Experience. This did not affect our reporting of the event — our opinions are our own.

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