LEGO Disney 100th anniversary BrickHeadz revealed – WALL•E, Cruella de Vil and more

The three new LEGO Disney 100th anniversary BrickHeadz double-packs are now listed at, confirming their prices and release date.

40619 EVE & WALL•E, 40620 Cruella & Maleficent and 40621 Moana & Merida were originally unveiled by the LEGO Group’s certification portal earlier today, and have now debuted on the official online store. With that, we’ve now got confirmation on when they’ll hit shelves, how many pieces they include and how much they’ll cost.

Perhaps the most heavily anticipated of these three sets will be 40619 EVE & WALL•E, which also happens to be the cheapest, coming in at £13.49 / $14.99 / €14.99 for 155 pieces. The set includes BrickHeadz approximations of the two iconic Pixar characters, playing fast and loose with the traditional template to accommodate their unorthodox shapes.

40620 Cruella & Maleficent and 40621 Moana & Merida, meanwhile, both slot into the traditional BrickHeadz double-pack price point of £17.99 / $19.99 / €19.99. The Disney Villains set, which draws on 101 Dalmatians and Sleeping Beauty, includes 320 pieces – but that’s still some way short of the 410 bricks in 40621 Moana & Merida, most of which are probably devoted to recreating their fantastic hair.

All three of these sets will launch on March 1, 2023. If you want a LEGO Disney BrickHeadz set to enjoy in the meantime, 40622 Disney 100th Celebration – which includes Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Mickey Mouse, Tinker Bell and Snow White – arrives on shelves on February 1.

Every LEGO Disney BrickHeadz set confirmed for 2023

LEGO setPricePiecesRelease date
40619 EVE & WALL•E£13.49 / $14.99 / €14.99155March 1, 2023
40620 Cruella & Maleficent£17.99 / $19.99 / €19.99320March 1, 2023
40621 Moana & Merida£17.99 / $19.99 / €19.99410March 1, 2023
40622 Disney 100th Celebration£39.99 / $39.99 / €39.99501February 1, 2023

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