We already talked about a few of the upcoming LEGO Disney sets (see: LEGO Disney 100th Anniversary Sets Coming!), but there is more Disney news, including a whole new wave of Disney minifigs!
A couple of days ago, the LEGO Group announced that it’s kicking off its celebration of Disney’s 100 anniversary by recreating some of the most beloved Disney movie moments in brick form as part of its new #ShareTheWonder video series. The three-part series will feature scenes from timeless Disney and Pixar movies and will encourage fans to share their own favorite LEGO-built Disney moments on social media using the #ShareTheWonder hashtag. You can watch the teaser below. The #ShareTheWonder series will debut throughout the next month on LEGO.com, LEGO social channels, and Disney’s YouTube channel.
The LEGO Group has also revealed its first collection of Disney100 products to help fans of all ages experience the magic of LEGO Disney storytelling: the #40622 LEGO BrickHeadz Disney 100th Celebration set includes buildable LEGO figures of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Disney Mickey Mouse, Snow White, and Tinker Bell so fans aged 10+ can relive iconic Disney memories with some of their favorite characters. The LEGO set is available now exclusively from LEGO priced at 39.99 EUR / $39.99 /39.99 GBP/49.99 CAD/69.99 AUD – visit the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.
The #10998 LEGO DUPLO Disney 3-in-1 Magical Castle invites young fans to experience the magic of the Disney castle with Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Figaro, Daisy Duck, and Donald Duck. The set transforms into three different builds, ensuring the fun never stops for toddlers aged 3+. The set will be on sale from the 1st of April exclusively from LEGO priced at 99.99 EUR/159.99 AUD/89.99 GBP/99.99 USD/129.99 CAD – for more information, visit the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.
The #43212 LEGO Disney Celebration Train calls all young Disney fans to jump aboard and join in the anniversary celebrations. The parade train features beloved Disney and Pixar characters from Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, Moana, Peter Pan, and Toy Story on bespoke parade floats. The set will be on sale from the 1st of April priced at 39.99 EUR / $39.99/34.99 GBP/49.99 CAD/59.99 AUD – for more information, visit the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.
The #43217 LEGO Disney Up House from the beloved Pixar film, is ready for an anniversary adventure and invites Disney and LEGO fans aged 9+ to join. The LEGO model of the iconic patchwork house features Carl Fredricksen, Wilderness Explorer Russel, and Dug as they prepare for takeoff. The LEGO Disney Up House set will be on sale from the 1st of April priced at 54.99 EUR / $59.99/ 89.99 AUD/ 79.99 CAD/49.99 GBP – for more information, visit the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.
The new LEGO Minifigures Disney 100 collection features 18 fan-favorite Disney Characters from across the last 100 years: Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey, Pinocchio, Jiminy Cricket, The Queen, Stitch 626, Pocahontas, Cruella de Vil & Dalmatian Puppy, Miquel & Dante, Ernesto De La Cruz, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Robin Hood, Prince John, Tiana, Dr. Facilier, Queen of Hearts, Aurora, and Baymax. Each blind bag contains one minifigure with accessories. The nostalgia-filled range goes on sale from the 1st of May priced at €3.99 / $4.99/5.99 CAD/3.49 GBP – for more information, visit the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.
What do you think? How do you like the new Disney sets and minifigures? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below! And you can also check out the current selection of LEGO Disney sets at the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.
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Up house, and that’s it for me. Weirdly, I don’t care for any of the minifigs in this wave.
I also think the house is the best of this group; also the mini figures don’t particularly grab me.
But I do like the train to be traveling through my amusement park. How are the cars connected? Can the train fit on Lego tracks? Can cars be stretched a little?
Anyway, the train goes on my wish list with the house!
From what I can see, the cars are four studs wide and connected through
The wheel parts might possibly be a variation of this piece
Stich has four arms! So cool!
My kids are crazy about the minifigs, so I guess we will have to collect them all. They do look impressive. And of course, the Up House for Christmas. I hope it’s still going to be available.