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I'm hoping for Fantastic Beasts as a potential theme to boost some mythology/fantasy builds, could also mean some Harry Potter rereleases which would be appreciated by those that missed the theme.
curious to see how Dimensions plays out over the next couple of years for licenced minifigs more than actual new themes.
The thing with Bond is that all the content I can think of is much more adult oriented, while a lot of the older films are now seen as family friendly at the time they were made they weren't. Also since all the Bond cars are real life brands with gadgets added in it would probably add an extra step in licencing agreements. Personally I thought Ultra Agents was a good attempt at a bond like theme, just a bit more techno styled.
similar with Game of Thrones, while it would be great for castle/fantasy builds it is far too full of sexual content and gore, I really couldn't imagine LEGO being confortable with a theme based on something that features so much nudity. Plus beyond castles I can't think of a huge amount they could make as sets from the show, admitedly I've only seen a couple of seasons but I think the whole theme would be more of an uphill battle for them than LOTR.
As it stands I can't think of current child friendly film/TV content that would be good for traditional castle type content, I suspect that might have something to do with why LEGO have got with the techno styling for Nexo-Knights, sci-fi is far more popular with kids than fantasy. I'm sure that'll change at some point but for the time being I'm not counting on anything fantasy/medieval from LEGO.
Also, since they've made Disney sets and have a Disney CMF theme on the way, I think sets based on the show "Once Upon a Time" would be wonderful. It's really popular and pretty kid-friendly material.