If you are a Star Wars and Lego fan the news a life-size X-Wing Starfighter, which is made from the toy bricks, has been built will come as a pleasant surprise.
The impressive life-size model was unveiled in New York City’s Times Square and contains an astonishing 5,335,200 bricks, making it the largest Lego model ever made.
The model, which was made to promote new animation series The Yoda Chronicles, towers above at a lofty 11ft (3.35m) and is 43ft (13.1m) in length.
It is 42 times the size of the original Lego toy it was based on and took 32 people four months to build.
Unsurprisingly fans of the hit movie have been impressed by the creation.
YouTube user rondthomas1993 wrote: ‘If I ever get rich that’s the very FIRST THING IM BUYING SO YEA I CALLED DIBS’.
HaohmaruHL was also in awe of the model and added: ‘This looks epic, I can’t imagine what Star Wars fans even feel seeing this.’
Luke Skywalker, who used the aircraft to fight against the Galactic Empire in the original Star Wars films, would be able to fit into the model.