Lego's expert team of builders is just as excited for the arrival of Avengers: Endgame as the rest of us are, and to prove it they've created a Marvel masterpiece entirely out of Lego bricks.In honor of the upcoming Avengers film -- and in celebration of the recently released box office hit, Captain Marvel -- a few talented Lego builders set out to create a life-sized model of Brie Larson's character, Captain Marvel.Image: legoThe model reportedly took a whopping 165 hours to build, and it's made from an impressive 17,661 Lego bricks. According to Lego, the super statue stands at 5 feet, 7 inches tall -- Larson's actual height.SEE ALSO: 'Avengers: Endgame' will be Marvel's longest movie everOver the years Lego builders have gone all out to celebrate fan favorite super hero characters, building life-sized models of Thor, The Flash, and more. And in case that wasn't enough hype, Lego's also debuted five building sets inspired by Avengers: Endgame. The sets below are currently available for purchase. Avengers Legos, assemble! * Captain America: Outriders Attack * War Machine Buster * Iron Man Hall of Armor * Avengers Ultimate Quinjet * Avengers Compound BattleWhile we impatiently count down until the movie hits theaters on April 26, at least we have a new trailer and this Lego timelapse to watch on repeat.Stay strong, Marvel fans. The wait is almost over. WATCH: 'Captain Marvel' brings in $750 million globally
Brie Larson's "Captain Marvel" continues to do heroic business. In its latest box office milestone, the female-fronted superhero tentpole zoomed past $900 million in ticket sales worldwide. "Captain Marvel" brought in a mighty $87 million globally this weekend, including $52 million from international territories. It has now generated $589 million overseas for a global haul […]
The first trailer for Unicorn Store, Brie Larson’s directorial debut, which also just so happens to star Captain Marvel herself, has been released ahead of its release on Netflix. Written by Samantha McIntyre, Unicorn Store sees Larson play a whimsical painter who is kicked out of art school and has to take a dull office job as well as move back in with her parents.
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Superhero star explains why he stood up for Brie Larson, says there's no rivalry between Marvel blockbuster and upcoming DC release.
From the way the ending was tweaked to how the end-credits sequences took shape, the woman who crafted Marvel's latest blockbuster spills all.
Fresh off her own blockbuster debut, Brie Larson's superhero meets Cap, Thor, et al. in new trailer, which also finds Tony Stark back on Earth.
Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck talk about working with the late, great Stan Lee for his penultimate MCU cameo in "Captain Marvel."
It may be the first Marvel Studios production since Captain America: The First Avenger to take place entirely in the past — 1995 instead of 1945 — but Captain Marvel is packed with details that speak directly to the present and future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Brie Larson's "Captain Marvel" is living up to its name, earning $20.7 million from Thursday night previews in North America. It's the 18th-highest preview number of all time and the fifth-biggest for a Marvel title, behind only the second and third "Avengers," "Black Panther," and "Captain America: Civil War." The Disney-Marvel tentpole, which expands to […]
"Captain Marvel" co-director explains why she steered clear of oversexualized version of hero, instead basing movie on acclaimed, empowering 2012 comic reboot.
Brie Larson talks about the highs and lows she faced making "Captain Marvel."
Marvel studied early Samuel L. Jackson roles while crafting the look of Young Nick Fury in "Captain Marvel."
Larson and the film's directors say that such criticism is "something a lot of women can relate to."
Since the news hit, it appears several (around 15 or so) of those trollingcomments have been removed, according to screenshots HuffPost took on Tuesday
"Captain Marvel" is soaring following advanced press screenings on Tuesday. Reactions from early showings have hit Twitter, and audiences are keen on Marvel's first female-led standalone movie. Critics are praising Brie Larson's performance as Carol Danvers, the nostalgic '90s setting, and the cosmic sci-fi elements. Goose, Danvers' cat, is also getting a lot of attention from […]
Both DC and Marvel created legendary comic characters with the same name, and both can be seen in theaters this spring.
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Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson and the team behind "Captain Marvel" talk about the expectations surrounding the MCU's first female-led film.
You’d think that the best and worst trailers of 2018 would correspond with the best and worst films. And in several cases, they do! But sometimes a trailer can obscure what’s unique about a film (like Mission: Impossible), or make a middling sequel (like Creed II) seem truly great. The year’s best one, for A Star Is Born, had audiences literally humming the trailer. And a few of these trailers tease films that won’t be released until 2019. Read our picks for the best and worst previews of the year, and leave your additions in the comments. BEST: Pokémon: Detective Pikachu (Nov. 12)