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Things We Saw Today: The Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer Gets the LEGO Treatment

Plus Darth Maul, Detective Pikachu, and more!

We were already excited to see the highly anticipated trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home, but we were not expecting to get a hilarious handcrafted version of said trailer in LEGO form. Luckily for us, YouTuber dt98films made this magic happen with completely delightful results.

The trailer is a nearly shot for shot remake, all completed with Legos, some green screen action, and some molding clay to create the effects of Hydro man. Also, is it weird that LEGO Jake Gyllenhaal can get it? Don’t answer that.

Also joining in on the Spider-Man: Far From Home fun is this image, courtesy of Fandom’s Twitter account, which shows the Far From Home poster re-imagined on Thanos’s face. The stamps on his face mark the places Thanos travels to during Avengers: Infinity War.

The internet is a delight.

(via CBR, image: screencap)

  • Watch Ray Park, Darth Maul himself, try his hand at the VR game Beat Saber. (via Kotaku)
  • Check out new footage from the highly anticipated Detective Pikachu movie. (via Polygon)
  • Folks are now laundering money on Fortnite because I guess nothing is sacred? (via Daily Dot)
  • Here’s a list of 25 MCU actors that appeared on Law & Order. DUNK DUNK. (via CBR)

Hope you’re enjoying the holiday weekend, Mary Suevians!

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