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At least Kenner made all of the major SW characters before they started making action figures of every character who got 2 seconds of screen time or were only in books.
Also serious fragility problems
I guess they could come out with others, but I think LEGO wanted to push their sets when the movie is in theaters. Same with most of the other licensed lines they have.
LoTR is an exception as Hobbit is out and many associate it with LoTR.
But PoTC, HP, and TLR all only had new lines come out with the movies, nothing after.
I hope its polylactic plastic but wouldn't risk it just to be safe.
That being said, I just thought I'd weigh in on the movie sets - they are some of my favorite sets in quite some time. They just seem weird and creative to me. My only complaint is in the CMF series. I picked up 16 (after I told myself I would never do this again, as I am the proud owner of over 1 billion series 10 police officers after trying unsuccessfully to complete that series) and once again doubles, triples.... never again...again.
He's also confirm that it'll be $250 in the US. Thread here
I'm happy with that :)
but I was waffling on one answer and when I changed it I got...
To draw a comparison, the Imperial Flagship was $180 msrp.
I'm kidding! :oP