Encanto is an upcoming computer-animated musical coming-of-age fantasy comedy film by Walt Disney Studios. Set in a fantasy version of Colombia, the film tells the story of Mirabel Madrigal, a young Colombian girl who has to face the frustration of being the only member of her family without magical powers. And she must go on a journey to save her family and their house, when their magic is in danger of disappearing.
Encanto is due to premiere in cinemas on November 24th. The trailer below will introduce you to the setting and characters.
As expected we are going to get some LEGO sets related to the film. Two of the three sets are released under the LEGO Disney Storybook Adventures collection. These sets are shaped like a book that can be opened, and the included pieces allow you to build a small scene inside. Once done playing, the book can be closed and secured with a key.
I really like this series of sets because of the unique printed pieces and the cute micro-dolls. The #43200 LEGO Disney Encanto Antonio’s Magical Door and the #43201 LEGO Disney Encanto Isabela’s Magical Door sets will be available starting on December 1st for $19.99 each. You can find them already (along with other sets from the LEGO Disney Storybook Adventures series) at the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.
The third set related to the movie is probably the most interesting to teen and adult builders. The #43202 LEGO Disney Encanto The Madrigal House. The house features three levels, and includes all kinds of fun and magical elements like a spinning weather vane, flipping bed, waving shutters, and plenty of accessories. The architectural elements and color-scheme of the house are especially pleasing, and there is a potential to turn this into a much larger building with a unique style. The set comes with regular LEGO mini-dolls, 587 pieces, and will retail for $49.99. It is already listed at the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.
What do you think? How do you like the LEGO Disney Encanto sets? Are you looking forward to watch the film? And are you planning to get any of the related LEGO sets? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!
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