Man Recreates Lord Of The Rings Scene With 150,000 Legos

In case you’ve forgotten about Lord of the Rings amongst all of the Game of Thrones hype, Flickr user goelkim2011 has created a carbon copy of the famous Helms Deep battle from the Two Towers. And he’s absolutely nailed it.

Below you can find a sequence for sequence shot of the famous battle, and a clip to compare it with.

In it’s time (and arguably still today) the battle of Helms Deep is one of the most famous cinematic battles to ever take place. Commemorating it with Lego is an obvious choice.

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The project is roughly the size of a full ping-pong table and contains over 150,000 pieces. It incorporates more than 17,000 mini figures.

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