LEGO debuted its incredibly giant Doctor Strange Sanctum Sanctorum set

Fans will be able to build Stephen Strange's New York residence with a new LEGO Sanctum Sanctorum set, released by LEGO. Cumberbatch has been playing Doctor Stephen Strange since the solo film in 2016, appearing in six films and one television show. Among his most recent appearances was Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which is slated for Disney+ premiere on June 22.

As part of their partnership, LEGO and Marvel released sets based on The Avengers in 2012. Since then, they have released many sets based on Earth's Mightiest Heroes. With inspiration from comics, video games, and the ongoing MCU, Marvel has released minifigures of their heroes, as well as character-themed mech suits, including Black Panther and Wolverine. 

Additionally, there is a life-size replica of Thanos' Sanctuary II flagship (Josh Brolin) and a replica of Benatar from Guardians of the Galaxy. A large LEGO set inspired by Doctor Strange, the Sorcerer Supreme, will be released after his latest journey through the multiverse.

On August 1, LEGO's 'Sanctum Sanctorum' is set for release on the official LEGO Shop for $249.99 and was first revealed at LEGO's LEGO-CON 2022 virtual event. The Sanctum Sanctorum is an extremely large set, measuring over 12.5 inches high, 12.5 inches wide, and 10.5 inches deep.

 To recreate moments from Multiverse of Madness, Cumberbatch plays Strange, Sinister Strange, Dead Strange, Wong (Benedict Wong), Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), and Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor). Also, Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Spider-Man (Tom Holland), and Ebony Maw (Tom Vaughan-Lawlor) recreate Avengers:

 It also features a highly detailed replica of the Sanctum, movable portals, flight stands, and other small nods to the wider Marvel Cinematic Universe, such as the logo of the Ten Rings. 

To win a chance to own the giant LEGO Daily Bugle set, fans designed Spider-Man covers and competed for a chance to win it. Using LEGO's modular building system, the Daily Bugle was built in a similar manner to the Sanctum Sanctorum, which was recently revealed. The sets can also be used to create large street displays if they're arranged with LEGO's original modular building sets.

LEGO fans will be impressed with the construction method, while Marvel fans might be interested in buying a set that captures Doctor Strange's iconic residence perfectly. As Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will soon be streaming online before it becomes available on home media, the Sanctum Sanctorum is likely to be a desirable item for the dedicated Marvel collector.

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