Watch Mamma Kangaroo play with Lego set number 30320, Gallimimus Trap. In case you’ve forgotten which one Gallimimus is, think back to the original Jurassic Park movie. The scene where scores of dinosaurs go streaming past an awe-struck Alan Grant and the kids? They’re the little fellas that were running away from the escaped T-Rex.
The polybag comes with just 29 pieces, but it’s still a fun little build (Lego exclusives usually are). You get a Lego Gallimimus and the remaining pieces are used to rig up the apparatus designed to capture him. The trap is even articulated, so when the dino goes for that delicious-looking Lego chicken leg the electrified chain can swoop down and subdue him.
Lego Jurassic World is a really cool Lego Series.
The Press Release reads: Universal Partnerships & Licensing (UP&L) today announced that The LEGO Group will create original LEGO®products in conjunction with the release of Jurassic World, the long-awaited next instalment in Steven Spielberg’s groundbreaking film series that will be released on June 12, 2015. The LEGO Group’s participation rounds out an overall branded toy campaign designed to bring the action, adventure and excitement of the film to audiences around the world alongside global master toy licensee Hasbro. The toys will be available in May 2015.
“Jurassic Park defined dinosaurs for an entire generation 20 years ago, and Jurassic World will do the same in 2015,” said Sperber. “Working with LEGO Group to bring this classic into the present in dynamic and exciting ways is truly thrilling.”
“We are thrilled to be a part of the groundbreaking Jurassic Park series,” said Wilfert. “The film’s imagery and branding are iconic, with a rich array of landscapes, vehicles and dinosaurs that are perfect for inspiring a line of building sets that will encourage hours of creative play.”