Several Disney properties, including Ratatouille and Hocus Pocus are among the record-breaking 35 sets that have qualified for the second LEGO IDEAS review of 2020.

  • 35 product ideas have reached 10,000 supporters ahead of yesterday’s (September 7, 2020) deadline.
  • As a result, the projects moves from the Idea stage to the Review stage, during which a "LEGO Review Board" composed of designers, product managers, and other key team members will examine the idea.
  • The board will build concept models and determine if the concept meets their high standards for what it takes to be a LEGO product.
  • This will include factors such as playability, safety, and fit with the LEGO brand.
  • When the process is finished, the board will make a “go” or “no go” decision on whether or not to develop the projects.
  • Among the Disney-related projects is a Hocus Pocus set (seen above).
  • This set features 12 minifigures, including all three Sanderson Sisters, Max and Dani Dannison, Allison, Binx, Billy Butcherson and more.
  • The set consists of less that 2700 pieces.

  • Another Disney set is the house from Disney-Pixar’s Up.
  • The set features minifigures of Carl and Russel and some very impressive LEGO balloons lifting the house to its next adventure.

  • The next Disney set is based on another Disney-Pixar film – Ratatouille.
  • This LEGO set of Gusteau’s Restaurant comes with Linguini and Colette minifigures.

  • The final Disney-related set out of the 35 up for review, is based on the 20th Century Fox film Night at the Museum.
  • The set features mini figures of Larry Daley, Theodore Roosevelt, Dr. McPhee, Sacagawea and Ahkmenrah and puts them in the middle of the Museum of Natural History with its iconic T-Rex skeleton.
  • You can see all 35 LEGO IDEAS sets up for review here.