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Simon Pegg talks about “Shaun of the Dead” Lego’s

Shaun of the Dead — one of the most loved ‘Zombie’ movies of all time — might be hitting the Lego genre soon . . . with your support of course. Actor Simon Pegg, who plays Shaun, a salesman whose life has no direction, talks about “Shaun of the Dead” coming to Lego on the Conan O’Brien show. Pegg humors the audiance at the end by saying “you need 10,000 votes,” commenting about the interest needed before Lego will produce the set, “go to Lego.com now and vote for Shaun of the Dead Lego, if you want your kids to play with dead plastic things.

While parents will most likely not run right out and purchase the “Shaun of the Dead” Lego set for their children, fans of the movie along with Lego collectors will certainly appreciate this prized collection — if it makes it. Fans can vote for the ‘idea’ here on Lego’s website.


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