LEGO Millennium Falcon

Stop Motion LEGO Millennium Falcon Build

First of all, I am alive!  I know its been over a month and a half since I have posted anything but this new job is kind of exhausting mentally so I haven’t felt up to posting cool things.  However, when I saw this stop motion LEGO Millennium Falcon build video that makes it look like the Millennium Falcon was built using the Force, I knew I had to find the energy to post about it because I knew you guys would love it!

This Star Wars LEGO Millennium Falcon build was created using nearly 8,000 LEGO bricks.  This insane video was created by Reddit user Yaquest22.  He spent 5 weeks creating this insane stop motion LEGO Millennium Falcon build which consisted of over 7,000 shots.  Apparently he built it while watching 80 movies during that time period.  And apparently that instruction book is so big it weighs 7 lbs all by itself!

This is definitely one amazing way to make use of your COVID-19 quarantine time!  It makes me feel incredibly lazy by comparison even though I have kept plenty busy and the virus hasn’t changed my life that much.

If you want to check out the original reddit post where Yaquest22 answers questions about this stunning stop motion LEGO Millennium falcon build video, you can head over to the reddit thread here.  As for the video itself, you can check that out below!

Have you spent your quarantine time building anything really cool like this LEGO Millennium Falcon?  If so, especially if its geeky then I want to hear about it in the comments below!  And don’t forget to share some pictures or video because I might just feature it here on GGN!

Make sure to share this with any Star Wars fans and LEGO lovers that you know!  And while you’re at it, join our awesome community on Facebook and like Global Geek News on Facebook!  When I don’t have time to post stuff here, I still usually share it on there so if you aren’t on there then you are really missing out!

May the Force be with you and your LEGO builds!


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