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Lego Release 3,306 Piece Set Of Original Batmobile

Stewart Perrie

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Lego Release 3,306 Piece Set Of Original Batmobile

Growing up in the 80s, 90s and 00s, it was pretty common to unwrap a birthday or Christmas present and see the big four letters of LEGO staring back at you.

Whether it was building a small house or putting together thousands of bricks to recreate your favourite movie scene, this toy provides endless amounts of fun.

But the company has produced something that will no doubt spark nostalgia and excitement for people who love the old-school Batman.

LEGO has unveiled a 3,306 piece set of the original Batmobile.

Credit: LEGO
Credit: LEGO

That's right, you could spend hours or even days getting every tiny little brick together to create one of cinema's most iconic cars.

In the set, you'll also receive three figurines, Batman, the Joker and Vicki Vale; all characters from the 1989 movie starring Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson and Kim Basinger.

It's to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the incredible film.

It'll set you back a casual $399.99.

Credit: LEGO
Credit: LEGO
Credit: LEGO
Credit: LEGO

Batman was the first time we had seen the Caped Crusader on the big screen since the mid-1960s but with one small change.

Producers want to make a definitive, dark, serious version of Batman, the way Bob Kane and Bill Finger had envisioned him in 1939: 'a creature of the night; stalking criminals in the shadows'.

While some people absolutely loved Michael Keaton in the main role, Mel Gibson, Kevin Costner, Charlie Sheen, Tom Selleck, Bill Murray were also considered.

When Keaton was announced though, Warner Bros. copped more than 50,000 letters of complaints from people who were worried the movie would be similar to the silly portrayal of the superhero that had persisted in the TV show.

Featured Image Credit: LEGO

Topics: Entertainment, TV and Film

Stewart Perrie
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