As part of the most recent instalment of The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon mentioned the recent reveal of LEGO for Adults 10294 Titanic and had a few thoughts about the model – which is one of the biggest sets ever made.
In the video uploaded to Twitter (starting at 2:18 in the following clip), Fallon joked that 10294 Titanic was part of the LEGO Group’s ‘horrific disaster’ collection, and naming the Hindenberg and Fyre Festival as two potential models for such a range. Of course, 10294 Titanic focuses on the size and grandeur of the original ship, rather than its iconic, but unfortunate fate.
Fallon also noted that those complaining about the price of the set, which comes in at £569.99 / $629.99 / €629.99 as one of the most expensive sets ever sold, can enjoy the sounds of a brick-built string quartet playing along whilst you get your thoughts off your chest.
Referencing the Titanic movie released in 1997, the debris used to bring Rose to safety without any room for Jack is mentioned as included in 10294 Titanic by Jimmy Fallon with plenty of room for two minifigures to float on. Whilst that may be a joke, the build does feature multiple LEGO doors used in the cross-sections to separate the rooms – acting as thin walls.
LEGO for Adults 10294 Titanic launches on November 8, with pre-orders starting on November 1, though you’re going to need a sizable shelf should you wish to display it.