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LEGO Builds New ‘Star Wars’ Helmet Sets

The LEGO Group has unveiled a new addition to their “Star Wars” range.

The LEGO Group’s “Star Wars” range has entered a galaxy far, far away. Fans of the film franchise will now be able to build the helmets of Boba Fett, a stormtrooper and a TIE Fighter Pilot via new LEGO collectible sets.

“Helmets have been a staple in ‘Star Wars’ iconography since the very beginning, helping to shape the designs of some of the most notable characters in the galaxy,” says Derek Stothard, vice president, licensing, Lucasfilm. “So it only made sense to immortalize those helmets in LEGO brick form. It’s always fun to work with the LEGO Group to create new, engaging and mentally stimulating products for builders around the globe, and we’re so excited to bring these LEGO ‘Star Wars’ helmet building kits, and brand-new packaging, to our fans.”

Inspired by villains from the “Star Wars” films, the new build-to-display models are available to pre-order at LEGO.com before launching on April 19, priced at €/$59.99.

“The Star Wars’ galaxy continues to provide us with endless opportunities to bring scenes and characters from the movies to life using LEGO bricks,” says Jens Kronvold Frederiksen, design director, LEGO “Star Wars.” “The new LEGO Star Wars’ helmets provide a challenging building experience but only use existing LEGO pieces to recreate the iconic contours and colors of headgear, showing what is possible with the LEGO system in play.”

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