We love Lego on Bit Rebels, and when Lego bricks and movies combine, it gets even more fun. I remember writing an article about these creative Lego Movie Posters. It’s amazing how many different variations artists can create with some Lego bricks and minifigs. The way people can somehow get so much personality and emotion to show in those little figures is astonishing to me.
When the movie Inception was released, Richard wrote about how someone had Legolized the movie scenes. I think those Lego scenes are more interesting than the actual movie scenes. I guess you can tell I’m not a huge fan of that movie or that annoyingly spinning top that is enough to drive you bonkers at the end of the movie.
These movie scenes were created by Alex Eylar, a young Lego artist from California. He started collecting Lego bricks when he was five years old. Now he’s in his 20s, and his Lego collection contains over 30,000 bricks. Whoa! It’s interesting because he says with these scenes below; the photography takes more time than the builds themselves. I can understand that, and I’m sure it’s tricky to get the lighting just right. Can you guess what all these movies are? You can see the answers here on Bored Panda.