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Building the 7,541-piece LEGO Millennium Falcon, a time lapse

LEGO’s Star Wars Millennium Falcon model 75192, a 7,541-piece Ultimate Collector Series set, is not only their “largest and most detailed” Millennium Falcon ever, it’s also the largest and most expensive set LEGO has ever made. Two different Hans (young and old), Chewbacca, Leia, Rey, Finn, C-3P0, BB-8, two porgs, and a mynock come with the set, too.

In the time lapse video above, WIRED staffers and a few of their family members put the 7,541 pieces of Corellian freighter together.

Next: A LEGO Dragon self-assembles with stop motion animation, anamorphic Star Wars shadow art, a LEGO Dragon-Butterfly-Jet Magic Angle Sculpture, and more LEGO videos.

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