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This New LEGO ‘Home Alone’ Set Looks Amazing, Unlike the Disney+ Remake

LEGO Ideas Home Alone set and house

Right in time for the holidays and much to the delight of every Home Alone fan, LEGO has officially announced the all-new LEGO Ideas ‘Home Alone’ brick set, and it looks fantastic. So, instead of watching the new Disney+ remake ‘Home Sweet Home Alonecoming next month, which honestly doesn’t look great, defend the McCallister home yourself with LEGO.

After months of reports and rumors and first being shown off in June 2020, it’s officially here. The LEGO ‘Home Alone’ set is the biggest Ideas project yet, complete with 3,955 bricks, full of pranks, dangerous ladders, and the Wet Bandits.

The LEGO set includes the famous McCallister home, a getaway treehouse and rope, along with stunning details from the movie in every room of the massive house. And while there are no parent or sibling mini figurines, you still get Harry, Marv, and the Wet Bandits getaway van, to name a few.

LEGO made sure to include some of the most iconic moments from the film, too. From the Kevin after-shave scene to perhaps the best of all, the basement with an illuminating furnace. The designers even managed to add the backdoor porch to the build, and surely fans will have some fun with that.

From the attic to the basement, the LEGO Ideas ‘Home Alone’ set is packed with details so you can recreate Kevin’s sneaky battle with the Wet Bandits.

The set comes complete with 3,955 pieces, five mini figurines and can be displayed closed or with the home’s insides open for your viewing pleasure. You can get your own LEGO ‘Home Alone’ set starting November 1st for $249 from the link below.

“Keep the change, ya filthy animal.”

LEGO Ideas Home Alone

Relive this holiday classic of Kevin vs the Wet Bandits with a 3,955 piece LEGO set for $249.

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