Witness the Rise of an American Legend. Some Assembly Required.


Witness the rise of an American LEGO.


LEGO and Disney Pictures teamed up to create an exclusive toy building block edition of The Lone Ranger movie poster based on Gore Verbinski’s interpretation of the masked Texas lawman and his Native American spirit warrior – and it’s kind of rad.

Related: The Lone Ranger: 10 Things You May or May Not Know; Plus Johnny Depp Livestream

This is the third time LEGO and Disney have teamed up to create movie poster parodies, and I’m pretty sure all nostalgic fandom is gladder than John Reid on peyote.

Even if LEGO Tonto looks a little like Alice Cooper.

Which LEGO-fied movie poster gets your vote?

  • "There come a time, kemosabe when good men must wear mask." 1 of 3
  • "I’m Tony Stark. I build neat stuff, got a great girl, occasionally save the world…" 2 of 3
    IRON MAN 3
  • "There was an idea to bring together a group of remarkable people, so when we needed them, they could fight the battles that we never could… " 3 of 3


Related: Who Was That Masked LEGO Figure?

Photo credits: Disney Pictures, LEGO

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