The intricate avatar Lego set recreates the natural Pandora world in detail
The Avatar LEGO set carefully recreates James Cameron’s Pandora’s world, combining the natural elements and characters from the first Avatar movie.
A new LEGO set recreates the world of Pandora’s avatar in subtle and vivid detail. Although Avatar was re-released in 2009, the movie is currently in the news for its sequel, Avatar: The Way of Water. The Way of Water, which will be released in December, will be directed by James Cameron, who also directed the first movie. Sam Worthington and Joe Saldana will return to the cast with Everything Everywhere, along with Kate Winslet, Ona Chaplin, Gemini Clement, and Michelle Yeoh.
When Avatar first hit theaters, Cameron surprised the world with the film’s groundbreaking CGI. He created the fictional planet Pandora, the abode of sailors, a human race like the blue man. The navels were intricately designed from the texture of their own skin to their thick texture, but the environment around Pandora was probably more appealing to visitors, with a variety of colorful flora and fauna. John Landau, the producer of The Way of Water, recently unveiled an equally exciting plan for some water-traveling species to inhabit the Pandora Ocean in the upcoming sequel.
A new set of bricks based on the Lego avatar depicts the real world of Pandora. According to Brick Fanatic, the set will feature Toruk Makoto and the Tree of Souls. The first movie will focus on the willow-like tree and the giant flying Leonopterix animal set. The set also includes four mini-figures, but it is not yet clear which character these figures will represent. The set, which will consist of 1,212 pieces, will retail for $ 139.99. The Way of Water hits theaters on October 1, two months before its release.