24 more LEGO Ideas projects rejected in third 2020 review

Another 24 LEGO Ideas projects have been rejected at the review stage, including concepts based on Avatar, Spirited Away and Among Us.

The LEGO Ideas team revealed the two dozen models that failed to meet the mark in today’s third 2020 review results, with only Sandro Quattrini’s Motorized Lighthouse getting the thumbs up from the LEGO Ideas Review Board.

It’s not quite a record number of rejections in a single review – that accolade goes to the second 2020 review, which saw an eye-watering 34 different Ideas creators turned down at the final hurdle – but it does surely still represent a huge chunk of disappointed Ideas users, between not only the builders behind those projects, but the people who voted for them, too.

LEGO Ideas Engagement Manager Hasan Jensen admitted as much during a recent roundtable session, conceding the platform’s current setup is indeed ‘manufacturing discontent’ – a trend that’s sure to continue with the first 2021 review, given it includes an overwhelming 57 individual LEGO Ideas projects.

LEGO Ideas Third 2020 review results

We’ll learn the results of that review in the autumn. For now, click here to learn more about Sandro’s Motorized Lighthouse, and find out how the Ideas team is hoping to add ‘something exceptional’ to the design while transforming it into an official set.

Finally, here’s the full list of LEGO Ideas projects that have been rejected in the third 2020 review:

Viking Village
GMC – Blue Chip 100 [1957]
The Addams Family Mystery Mansion
Roman Warship
Among Us
Wallace & Gromit
The Car Wash
TX Master Games
Automated Garbage Truck
Auto Union Type C Racecar
The Little Venice
Jumanji 1995
Spirited Away
Avatar: The Illuminated World of Pandora
Classic Castle
Avatar: The Last Airbender
Red Dwarf Starbug
Bag End
Gravity Falls: The Mystery Shack
Boeing 737 Passenger Plane
Brick Town Police Station
Milwaukee Art Museum
Open MRI
Colosseum (Architecture Style)

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then. You can follow me on Twitter at @brfa_chris.

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