They’re a little short for Stormtroopers. But dang, they’re awfully cute. Lego has unveiled a brand-new set that serves the dual purpose of marking the 40th anniversary of 1977’s Star Wars: A New Hope and being a coveted souvenir for attendees of next week’s Star Wars Celebration in Orlando.
Inspired by Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and Han Solo (Harrison Ford)’s less-than-stealthy attempt to infiltrate the Death Star as Stormtroopers and break out Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher), the “Detention Block Rescue” is a 220-piece set available exclusively at the fan convention, which runs April 13-16.
There’s a trick to scoring the limited-edition set; fans must first enter a random drawing at http://www.starwarscelebration.com/Events/LEGO-lottery between now and Thursday for the opportunity to get a ticket to enter the Lego booth during Celebration and purchase the $40 collectible.
Meanwhile, Lego will have several of its other Star Wars toys on display — including the first public exhibition of a newly designed deluxe T-47 Snowspeeder, the model that Luke’s Rogue Squadron used to take down AT-ATs in The Empire Strikes Back.
The $200 set, which measures 15 inches long and 8 inches high when mounted on its stand, includes two minifigures and several moving parts. It will be available in stores and online on Star Wars Day, a.k.a. May the Fourth.
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