Movies, Toys

Looks Like a Lego Ghostbusters Firehouse Playset Is Coming

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We got one!

Last night, Toys R Us Canada accidentally leaked the description on their site. It’s gone now, but here, for a price tag of $400 Canadian, is what it said was included:

Recreate iconic Ghostbusters scenes with the 2-story Firehouse Headquarters, featuring laboratory, living quarters, containment unit and much more. Capture the ghosts with the proton packs and restore order, or solve other supernatural cases! Includes 9 minifigures: Peter Venkman, Raymond Stantz, Egon Spengler, Winston Zeddemore, Janine Melnitz, Dana Barrett, Louis Tully, Zombie Driver and Library Ghost. Also comes with Slimer, Pink Ghost and Blue Ghost.

Slide the Ghostbusters heroes down the fire pole into action. Chase the ghosts and secure them in the containment unit.Turn the librarian old lady into a scary ghost with the double-sided face and extra wig! Run tests on Louis in the lab to see if he’s possessed! Suspend ghosts around the building’s exterior with attachable transparent arms. Dodge the slime oozing up through cracks in the pavement.

Measures over 36cm high, 25cm wide and 38cm deep.

A Ghostbusters firehouse had previously been submitted to Lego Ideas along with the Ecto-1 that ended up getting approved, but as far as I know this is the first indication Lego is moving forward on the idea. Like The Simpsons house, it’ll probably mostly be sold through online and Lego stores.

So who you gonna call to buy it for you?

via ibrick city

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