It’s been 30 years since the release of Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman, starring Michael Keaton as the titular character (aka Bruce Wayne). While the superhero’s iconic Batmobile has evolved over time, the 1989 version is perhaps the most recognizable iteration of the sleek, bat-winged vehicle. In celebration of one of the most iconic vehicles in cinema, LEGO is soon to release an epic Batmobile model toy kit. Measuring over 60 cm (23 inches)
Celebrities really know how to get into the spirit of Halloween.
For the past seven years, one faction of friends has excelled at coordinating their group Halloween costumes.
Actor Sean Bean has died 23 times. Not in real life, of course, but in television and film. You might know him as Ned Stark from Game of Thrones, when he [spoiler alert] died a dramatic death at the end of the first season. But, that’s only one of 22 other times when he has met his fate. This morbid repetition has gotten old for the actor, and he’s doing something about it.
Toy manufacturer LEGO is known for crafting challenging build sets that highlight iconic scenes from pop culture.
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When portrait photographer Nicholas Busch first became interested in model making two years ago, he never imagined where it would lead him. Now, he spends his free time creating landscape dioramas based on his favorite films and shooting stunning tabletop photographs. The result is a collection of incredibly detailed scale model photography that recalls the most memorable scenes of classic films.
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If you love toys with a pop culture twist, you’re undoubtedly familiar with Funko Pop figures.
It was nearly 25 years ago that Friends Chandler, Ross, Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, and Joey first gathered for coffee and hilarious conversation in Central Perk. To celebrate this impressive anniversary, LEGO is commemorating the occasion with a special themed set that fans are sure to love. The beloved coffee shop has been reimagined as a charming 1,070-piece LEGO Ideas Central Perk set. The nostalgia-inducing toy features iconic elements from the legendary sitcom stage.
If you’ve ever wanted to see the world from a cat’s perspective, developer Eric Blumrich has created an open world...
Everyone wonders what they’ll look like when they’re older.