Friendly pub and zombie apocalypse safe haven The Winchester could soon be yours in Lego form. Hopefully the shotgun above the bar isn’t fully functioning this time.

British movie star and funny man Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) was on the Conan O’Brien show this week to talk about how good looking he thinks Tom Cruise is and his Twitter antics. But what really perked my interest was when the pair started talking about the possibilities of a Shaun of the Dead Winchester Lego set. Here are some pictures of what the finished project would look like.

Shaun of the Dead Winchester

Shaun of the Dead- Inside the Winchester

Shaun of the Dead- Minifigs

The set was designed by Yatkuu and is currently in Idea Stage at Lego Cuusoo webpage. Yatkuu’s design currently has about 4,000 supports out of the 10,000 it needs to be reviewed by Lego officials. Lego has commented on the project already and said that since Shaun of the Dead is a comedy and the model is presented in a humorous fashion that it is within the scope Lego operates in, though at the edge due to the slight violent nature.

With Shaun of the Dead being one of my favorite zombie movies, and close to the top of my favorite comedies, I have already hit that support button. I can see myself now, blaring Queen while beating the living pulp out of zombie minifigs. So follow this link to support Yatkuu’s design and so that we all may have some good, old fashion Lego fun.

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Zach Woolf

Zach Woolf

Zach is a recent college graduate who’s love for consuming media is surpassed only by his love for creating it. He has a firm belief that if we could all just play with LEGOs for 30 minutes a day the world would be a better place. If those two statements don’t tell you everything you need to know about Zach, follow him on Twitter at @zwoolf.

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  1. March 29, 2012 at 4:39 pm — Reply

    I have enough LEGO bits from over the years (seriously, I have almost every LEGO bit I’ve ever gotten in my entire life still in a few big bins) that I could probably put together a reasonable duplicate of this if it doesn’t make it to official status. But I think I’d much rather have the official version.

    It’s absolutely brilliant.

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