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-It's time to get your dose of memes. Whatever part of the day your in, it's all the same they'be blended together. But you can make the most of the time and have a bit of a laugh. Memes are here to break the ice and maybe even start a conversation. They have a way of bringing across a point or making someone laugh in a way that texts just aren't as successful at conveying. So enjoy this batch and have a look at yesterday's list here if you truly want a boost.
The display of Nick from Zootopia had only been up for an hour at the LEGO Expo in Ningbo, China before a chinese boy decided to push it over.
Zhao, the artist who spent three days piecing together the Zootopia figure, said he was heartbroken but declined compensation. Noting that the child had not meant to destroy LEGO Nick.
All in all, the life size LEGO figurine is estimated to cost more than 100,000 yuan ($15,170).
The video description introduces it just like a segment at the Oscars.
It takes a lot of bricks to build the best movies of the year... Here are the Oscars 2016 Best Picture Nominees in Lego: The Big Short, Bridge of Spies, Brooklyn, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Martian, The Revenant, Room, Spotlight.
Why hasn't this become a real Academy Award category yet?
According to the video, this 500,000 brick LEGO Death Star took 15 people 3 months to assemble it. This giant LEGO Death Star is part of a Star Wars display in the UK LEGOLAND. According to the theme park's website, the Star Wars area contains seven of the most memorable scenes from Star Wars created at a 1:20 scale.
LEGO has its own official Helicarrier kit but this fan made one is twice as big and uses five times as many pieces according to the Brothers Brick.
The fan who made this scale model used the images from the 2012 Avengers movie as reference to design a large and detailed model that would be easy to transport. It is now on display in a LEGO store in Taipei.
LEGO has announced Wednesday that it will produce the first ever “Doctor Who” set.
The block maker has been letting fans choose which themed sets it produces as part of its crowdsourced Ideas campaign (previously LEGO CUUSOO).
Anyone can submit a pitch that includes photos and videos of the design, and you need 10,000 supporters to vote for your idea in order for it to move on to the next stage. A review board will then choose which of the top designs will become a legit product.
The pitch includes 1 or 2 Doctors, a TARDIS, an interior console, K9, a Dalek, 2 companions, a Weeping Angel and a Cyberman.
LEGO also announced that a Wall-E themed set will be produced a the winner from the most recent batch of 8 nominees.
Now that you've had time to digest the new trailer for "Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens," here it is one more time… but using only Legos.
Youtube user Snooperking recreated the trailer shot for shot with the blocks, including that dangerous-looking cross lightsaber.
Lego artists Alatariel Elensar and Glen Bricker have developed an amazing LEGO set based on the hit TV series, "The Big Bang Theory." Glen and Alatariel need 10,000 votes in order for it to become an official LEGO set, so you can head to LEGO CUUSOO to add your support.
The set represents the living room of Sheldon Cooper and Leonard Hofstadter, which is the core location of the series. It's filled with geeky details accurate to the show including Sheldon's board, the Green Lantern lantern, the Rubik's cube tissue box, the DNA model, and more!