(Possible spoilers ahead for “Solo: A Star Wars Story.”)
The Kessel Run Millennium Falcon set (is that very name a spoiler?) comes with 1,412 pieces and will be priced at $170 (£121, AU$214).
It includes a young and dashing Han, prior Falcon owner Lando Calrissian, Emilia Clarke’s character Qi’ra, a Kessel droid, and two characters yet-to-be-revealed. Since the Lego set comes out a month before the “Solo” movie, looks like hard-core fans will be able to sneak some spoilers off the toy-store shelves.
Young Han and Chewie are ready to fly, in Lego form.
It’s not cheap, but it’s nowhere near as pricey as the $800 Lego Millennium Falcon (£650, AU$1,008) that came out in October. At 7,500 pieces, that set is the biggest in Lego history, and includes two generations of minifigs, so “New Hope”-era Han, Leia, Chewbacca and C-3PO can rub elbows with older Han, Rey, Finn and BB-8.