LEGO Rumored to Release Four Wicked Sets in October 2024


In 2024, two new LEGO themes will be launched, one of which was revealed during last Sunday’s Super Bowl to be Wicked. The sets will tie in with the upcoming Wicked film, set in the world of Wizard of Oz. Wicked is scheduled to premiere on November 27, 2024, but the LEGO sets will hit the market as early as October. There may also be a second wave, as Part Two has already been announced for 2025.

LEGO Wicked 2024

In October, four new sets (75681, 75682, 75683, and 75684) are set to be released, expected to target children due to the recommended age range. These themed sets will come with minidolls, similar to the Friends and Disney Princess themes. It’s likely that main characters Elphaba (Cynthia Erivo), Glinda (Ariana Grande), and the Wizard (Jeff Goldblum) will each have their own minifigure.

LEGO has previously released minifigures with The Wizard of Oz license. In LEGO Minifigures 71023 The LEGO Movie 2, Dorothy Gale, Scarecrow, Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion appeared, while Elphaba was part of the LEGO Dimensions 71221 The Wizard of Oz Fun Pack.

Image Set Name Pieces Release Price Shop
75681 Wicked-set 1 unknown 10.01.2024 €29,99 LEGO Shop
75682 Wicked-set 2 unknown 10.01.2024 €49,99 LEGO Shop
75683 Wicked-set 3 unknown 10.01.2024 €59,99 LEGO Shop
75684 Wicked-set 4 unknown 10.01.2024 €89,99 LEGO Shop

Wicked movie

Wicked is a retelling of “The Wizard of Oz,” focusing on the friendship between Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West, and Glinda, the Good Witch of the North. It explores their youth and paths to adulthood as they navigate political intrigue, love affairs, and personal growth in the Land of Oz. The film is expected to offer a blend of magic, adventure, and emotion, starring Cynthia Erivo, Ariana Grande, and Jeff Goldblum. Wicked is set for release on November 27, 2024, with the sequel, Wicked: Part Two, to follow on November 26, 2025.

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