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First look: Lego Ghostbusters sets revealed ahead of movie reboot

If there’s something strange in your neighbourhood, you might want to invest in some Lego.

Lego has revealed what its upcoming Ghostbusters Ecto-1 and Ecto-2 sets will look like.

Check it out:

The Danish toy firm also uploaded a smorgasbord of snaps to its Facebook page, giving us a glimpse of playtimes to come.


The images showed off five new Ghostbusters’ character minifigs:

  • Erin Gilbet (Kristen Wiig)
  • Jillian Holtzmann (Kate McKinnon)
  • Abby Yates (Melissa McCarthy)
  • Patty Tolan (Leslie Jones)
  • Kevin (Chris Hemsworth)

But beware: spoiler alert! One image shows Kevin with red eyes, which indicates the character will become possessed at some point in the movie.


It’s reported that the new Lego sets will arrive in July, retailing at around £40 in the UK.

The new Lego sets are launching to promote the release of Ghostbusters (2016), a reboot of the original franchise that began in 1984.

The new Ghostbusters will feature a female-led cast however, and is set to arrive in cinemas on July 15 this year.

What do you think of the new Lego sets? Let us know in the comments.

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