Star Wars: Rogue One (2016)
In Star Wars: Rogue One, the prequel to Star Wars: A New Hope, the daughter of an Imperial scientist joins the Rebel Alliance in a risky move to steal the plans for the Death Star.
The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly (1966)
The classic 1966 Western, The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly, put both director Sergio Leone and Clint Eastwood on Hollywood’s A list. This LEGO scene perfectly captures the essence of Clint Eastwood’s character, Blondie, from the film.
In the movie Labyrinth, sixteen-year-old Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) is given thirteen hours to solve an elaborate maze and rescue her baby brother Toby after her wish for him to be taken away is granted by the Goblin King Jareth (David Bowie).
In this famous movie scene from Labyrinth, Jennifer Connelly’s character looks over the edge of a staircase while David Bowie defies gravity walking on the other side.
Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977)
Luke Skywalker joins forces with a Jedi Knight, a cocky pilot, a Wookiee and two droids in a mission to save the galaxy from the Empire’s world-destroying battle station and rescue Princess Leia from Darth Vader.
This LEGO movie scene depicts a moment from the opening scene of Star Wars: A New Hope when Darth Vader boards Princess Leia’s ship to search for the plans for the Death Star.
Léon: The Professional (1994)
Mathilda, a 12-year-old girl, is reluctantly taken in by Léon, a professional assassin, after her family is murdered. An unusual relationship forms as she becomes his protégée and learns the assassin’s trade. The 1994 film was written and directed by Luc Besson and the cast includes Jean Reno, Gary Oldman, and Natalie Portman in her first movie.
The Graduate (1967)
The Shining (1980)
Even though Stephen King, the creator of The Shining has pretty much disavowed it, the Stanley Kubrick film is full of brilliant acting performances and dialogue. One of the creepiest parts of the film is when “The Grady Twins” appear to Jack Nicholson’s character in a vision as recreated here with LEGO min figures.
Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet the Titanic is a romantic tragedy about a seventeen-year-old aristocrat that falls in love with a kind but poor artist aboard the luxurious, ill-fated R.M.S. Titanic.
This LEGO movie scene shows the moment that Jack helped Rose “fly” in the hours they shared together before the boat hit that Iceberg that sank it.
Even though Casablanca was first released in 1943, the legendary film directed by Michael Curtiz is still influencing movies being made today.
The custom LEGO mini figures in this photo recreate the scene where Humphrey Bogart says the famous line, “Here’s looking at you, kid” to Ingrid Bergman.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
After discovering a mysterious artifact buried beneath the Lunar surface, mankind sets off on a quest to find its origins with help from intelligent supercomputer H.A.L. 9000. The 1968 film, 2001: A Space Odyssey, was directed by Stanley Kubrick and won an Oscar for best special effects in 1969.
In this famous movie scene from 2001: A Space Odyssey called The Dawn Of Man, a group of apes instantly learn to use tools and weapons after discovering a mysterious monolith.
Men In Black (1997)
The 1997 science fiction comedy, Men in Black, starring Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith, was a huge box office hit earning over $589 million dollars. The LEGO minifigs in this image were inspired by the film.
After Joss Whedon‘s sci-fi TV Western, Firefly, was cancelled, he got an opportunity to give fans some closure in a movie finale called Serenity. Starring Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk and Adam Baldwin, Serenity was a heartfelt sendoff for the characters beloved by so many fans.
This image uses LEGO minifigs to showcase the cast from the film in front of their trusty ship, Serenity.
The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou (2004)
The 2004 Wes Anderson comedy film, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, has a star-studded cast, that includes Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, and Cate Blanchett. This custom LEGO mini figure depicts the team’s leader Steve Zissou (BIll Murray) in his iconic red hat.
Bride Of Frankenstein (1935)
Directed by James Whale, the 1935 film Bride Of Frankenstein, stars Boris Karloff and Colin Clive. This LEGO creation depicts the famous movie scene where Doctor Pretorius proudly proclaims the line “The bride of Frankenstein!”
The 1979 film Alien set the standard for the sci-fi horror genre. Directed by Ridley Scott and starring Tom Skerritt and Sigourney Weaver, the movie would go on to inspire decades of sequels and spin-offs.
This famous movie scene from Alien shows an airlock door that was probably better off left closed.
Kill Bill (2003)
Directed by Quentin Tarantino, Kill Bill is about a former assassin that awakens from a four-year coma and seeks vengeance on the team of assassins who betrayed her. The film stars Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Daryl Hannah, and Michael Madsen. This LEGO mini figure depicts Uma Thurman’s character battling in a Japanese garden.
Dr Strangelove (1964)
Dr. Strangelove (1964) is dark comedy about the Cold War starring Peter Sellers and George C. Scott. In one of the most famous movie scenes of the era, this scene depicts Major T. J. “King” Kong and his nuclear bomb.
Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull (2008)
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) is widely considered the worst film in the Indiana Jones franchise. Directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Harrison Ford and Cate Blanchett, the film lacked a lot of the qualities that made the other films so successful.
This moment depicts the famous movie scene from the film where Soviet agent Irina Spalko (Cate Blanchett) plots her devious plan.
The Agents in The Matrix are so relentless that they don’t even stop attacking when they are falling off of a building. This scene depicts an Agent and Trinity in a “Bullettime” shootout while they are both in mid-air.
Pulp Fiction (1994)
1994 saw the release of Quentin Tarantino’s Palme d’Or-winning film, Pulp Fiction, which stars John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, and Uma Thurman, among many other big stars. It’s hard to argue that the LEGO recreation here is the best depiction of one of cinema’s most famous partners-in-crime.
Here’s another version of John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson’s characters from Pulp Fiction using LEGO mini figures.
Iron Giant (1999)
Before he was a big name for himself in Hollywood with The Chronicles of Riddick and The Fast And The Furious, Vin Diesel was the voice of the Iron Giant (1999). The beloved animated movie was the directorial debut of Brad Bird, who would go on to direct The Incredibles and Ratatouille at Pixar.
The LEGO depiction captures one of the many scenes from the film that show the true friendship between Hogarth Hughes and his Iron Giant.
The Terminator (1984)
The American science fiction film, The Terminator, directed by James Cameron was released in 1984, starring the one and only Arnold Schwarzenegger. This classic got the LEGO makeover below simply by showing the cyborg assassin, armed and loaded, after changing Sarah Connor’s life forever.
Creep Show (1982)
Released in 1982, Creep Show is the American horror comedy movie that stars Hal Holbrook and Adrienne Barbeau. The LEGO version reminds fans of the iconic Father’s Day Cake that Sylvia’s friends would probably not want to eat.
The Ring (2002)
The Ring is a 2002 supernatural horror film starring Naomi Watts and directed by Gore Verbinski. In the movie, anyone who watches a video tape dies within one week of the viewing. This LEGO mini figure’s death clock is now ticking.
The Silence Of The Lambs (1991)
When it comes to truly terrifying cinematic experiences, it’s hard to beat The Silence Of The Lambs. It’s filled with imagery and dialogue that never fail to make the small hairs on your hairs stand on end. This LEGO recreation is of the famous scene from the film where Dr. Hannibal Lecter is carted away on wheels.
Famous Movie Scenes Recreated With LEGOs
When someone’s LEGO project goes viral on the Internet, it’s usually because of its massive size. For example, both the 105-foot tall LEGO tower and the 24 pound (10.89 kg) Star Wars Millennium Falcon ($500) made headlines. But this time, it’s the LEGO creativity, not the scale, that’s getting all the attention.
Whether you’re a romantic film lover or sci-fi geek, these LEGO movie scene recreations have something for everyone. What famous movie scene would you like to see recreated using plastic LEGO bricks? Let us know in the comments, and we’ll add it to our LEGO movie scene gallery.