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Generation-spanning set

Lego Millenium Falcon Ultimate Collector's Edition


Seriously, it's huge

New generation

'I love you.' 'I know.'

The 'Force' has awakened

'Fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy'

Never tell me the odds


Coming in for a landing

The Falcon flies

Meet the crew

Beware of the mynock

Lock and load

'Ultimate' indeed

Wheels up

The new Millennium Falcon Lego set has more than 7,500 pieces, making it the biggest Lego set ever. It comes out on Oct. 1 and will sell for a whopping $800 (£650, AU$1,008).

It's unlikely many kids will have that amount of galactic credits to blow, but some grown-up fans will rejoice. Let's do some stellar window-shopping with this gallery of high-res photos.

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The model includes upper and lower quad laser cannons, a boarding ramp that lowers, removable hull plates that reveal the main hold, rear compartment and gunnery station, and a cockpit that holds four Lego minifigs at a time. You choose the generation or mix them. It even comes with both versions of the Falcon's radar dish.

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It's hard to believe giant Chewbacca can even fit in the Falcon's cramped cockpit.

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The set comes with minifigs from both the original trilogy (Han, Leia, Chewie and C-3PO) and the newest movies (older Han, Rey, Finn, BB-8, and two porgs). It does not come with this gentleman.

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That's Rey, Finn, BB-8 and a silver fox-looking older Han at the famed holo-chess board. New strategy: Let the Wookiee win.

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The Falcon even comes with a secret room for romantic clinches. Threepio looks rather surprised to catch Han and Leia in a tender moment.

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Rey, Finn and BB-8 planning how to buy their tickets for "The Last Jedi." Oh, maybe not.

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Go ahead, set a new record for the Kessel Run with the ship Lando Calrissian called the "fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy."

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What's that Han Solo famously said about his ship? "She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid. I've made a lot of special modifications myself." Take that, Luke. 

And one of those modifications -- the hidden blaster cannon -- is alive and well on Lego's model! You slide a panel aside to reveal it.

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Let's hope Finn doesn't get space-sick. He's flying at a nausea-inducing angle here. 

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A previous giant Millennium Falcon set was released in 2007, but 10 years later, this version has more details and 2,300 more pieces.

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Here's a top view of the ship. There's a lot going on underneath! According to Lego, just the rear compartment "features the engine room with hyperdrive and console, two doorways, hidden floor compartment, two escape pod hatches, engineering console and an access ladder to the gunnery station."

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Here's a closeup of the minifigs that come with the set -- Rey, Finn, older Han, young Han, Leia and Chewie. (Older Han is a silver fox, he doesn't need any Grecian Formula.)

If you turn Leia and young Han's heads around, they come with extra faces wearing breathing apparatus, as they wore in the space slug (Exogorth, to be precise) scene from "The Empire Strikes Back."

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This little fellow is a mynock, a creature that first appeared in "The Empire Strikes Back," and which can be bad news for starship captains because it likes to chew through power cables. One comes with the set, so watch out and don't let him get hungry.

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Never fear, Rebels, the Falcon has your back. Here's a look at the gunnery station on the set.

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The set boasts more than 7,500 pieces, making it the biggest set ever made by Lego. Sure, $800 is a lot of cash. But remember what Darth Vader said: "I want that ship, not excuses!"

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The set is so big, Lego stores will put wheels on the box so you can push it out of the mall. How else would you get it back to your home planet?

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