Happy 'Star Wars' Day! Millennium Falcon built from Legos breaks world record
Inside Edition -- May the 4th be with you! Happy "Star Wars" Day!
In honor of this momentous day, fans of the movie franchise in Melbourne, Australia, joined with Legos to break the world record by creating the largest Millennium Falcon using the famous bricks.
Lego master builders Chris and Dan Steininger, a father and son duo, traveled to Australia and with the help of fans, built the Star Wars spacecraft in two days, using about 250,000 Lego bricks.
In a video of the event, Dan said, "My son is also a master builder and we're two of seven in the world right now that actually get paid to play with Lego and it's an awesome job."
The finished product of Han Solo and Chewbacca's ship was a massive five meters wide.
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It is safe to say, the force is strong with this father and son team!
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