Two iconic moments from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire have now been immortalised in LEGO form – and it’s two very different moments, at that.
First off, there’s Beauxbatons’ Carriage: Arrival at Hogwarts™, which features the European school’s magnificent flying carriage pulled by the magical horse breed Abraxans – along with some key characters related to Beauxbatons school that come as little minifigures. There’s Fleur Delacour, the Triwizard champion, her sister Gabrielle, the formidable headmistress Madame Maxime, and Hagrid – who, as we know, spent a fair bit of time with her during Goblet of Fire.
So, if you fancy recreating scenes about the rather decadent wizarding academy, now’s your chance!
The next set is a much darker moment from the fourth film – the ending sequence where Harry and Cedric find themselves in an old graveyard surrounded by Death Eaters. The set, titled The Rise of Voldemort™, comes with four minifigures (Peter Pettigrew, Harry, a hooded Death Eater and Lord Voldemort) and features tombstones, the Triwizard Cup-turned-Portkey, and the dreaded cauldron that brings Lord Voldemort back to full health in the chilling climactic scene of the story.
These two new extensions follow on from a series of exciting new LEGO sets based on moments from the third and fourth Harry Potter films that we mentioned earlier this year.
Pop to the official LEGO website for more details about these sets and for more updates on the Wizarding World LEGO series.
If we were able to perform an Undetectable Extension Charm, rest assured we’d be filling our whole house with this lot.