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UK Toy Website Masterfully Recreates Netflix Shows with LEGO

Ever wondered what a collaboration between Netflix and LEGO might look like? Well you’ll probably be waiting a while if you’re looking for an official team up of the two mega brands but British toy website The Toy Zone has provided the next best thing with their unofficial LEGO recreations of stills from various Netflix shows.

The Toy Zone not only recreates the scenes from shows such as The Tiger King, The Queen’s Gambit and The Witcher, they also go into detail as to what episode the still is from as well as how many LEGO bricks are used in their recreation and how much it would cost if you want to try and make the scene for yourself. For all of the details, head over to The Toy Zone website here but I will note the necessary bricks and costs underneath each photo below.

All Images Courtesy of The Toy Zone.com.

The Witcher

131 types of brick with 1832 bricks in total. Cost: $680.80 or £490.49

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

167 types of brick with 933 bricks used in total. Cost of bricks: $287.30 or £206.99.

The Queen’s Gambit

19 types of brick with 214 bricks in total. Cost of bricks: $76.72 or £55.20.

Bridgerton

81 types of brick with 2142 bricks in total. Cost of bricks: $464.85/ £334.91.

The Tiger King

142 types of brick with 1380 bricks in total. Cost of bricks: $839.92 or £605.13.

Russian Doll

72 types of brick with 407 bricks in total. Cost of bricks: $53.04 or £38.21.

The Crown

122 types of brick with 2921 bricks in total. Cost of bricks: $989.79 or £713.11.

Cobra Kai

167 types of brick with 933 bricks in total. Cost of bricks: $125.85 or £90.67.

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Antonia Haynes resides in a small seaside town in England where she has lived her whole life. She's a simple girl with a passion for zombies, writing, film, television, drawing, superheroes, Disney and, of course, video games. Her ideal day would consist of junk food, fluffy pyjamas and video games because quite frankly going outside is overrated. Follow her on Twitter on @RainbowMachete

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