Fans Build Custom Lego Millennium Falcon Out of 10,000 Pieces

By May 13, 2015

Star Wars fans are some of the most passionate in the world, and they continue to show their devotion to their favorite sci-fi/fantasy franchise in a myriad of ways. Sometimes, those ways are downright jaw-droppingly impressive.

According to Slash Film, a team of Lego builders called Titans Creations has built, arguably, one of the largest, most detailed custom versions of a Star Wars ship ever attempted, and they’ve done it with the franchise’s most iconic spacecraft: Han Solo and Chewbacca’s speedy piece of junk itself, the Millennium Falcon.

The custom ship includes all of the interiors of the ship, including the places onboard we saw during the original trilogy (like the cockpit, the passenger area, and the turrets), as well as a lot of the internal machinery of the ship under the external plates. Take a look at a few pictures below.

legofalcon_pic1 legofalcon_pic2 legofalcon_pic3 legofalcon_pic4A whopping 40% bigger than the biggest official Millennium Falcon set, and far more detailed, and took six builders over two months to finally fully assemble. It was on display at Legoland Malaysia for Star Wars day on May 4th, and likely enthralled a lot of the assembled fans with both the iconic nature of the ship, and the sheer craftsmanship it took to build. For more on this piece and the other impressive projects that the team has built, be sure to check out the official Facebook page of Titans Creations.

The “real” Millennium Falcon can next be seen in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, hitting theaters on December 18th.




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Chris Clow
As a former comics retailer at a store in the Pacific Northwest, Chris Clow is an enormous sci-fi, comics, and film geek. He is a freelance contributor, reviewer, podcaster, and overall geek to GeekNation,, The Huffington Post, and He also hosts the monthly Comics on Consoles broadcast and podcast. Check out his blog, and follow him on Twitter @ChrisClow.
  • Steven J. Hunter

    This is awesome! Wish I could buy this.

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  • Michelle

    I wish I had enough passion for something that I would spend two months creating a lego version of it :p