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Image caption Jon Opstad and his children, Ollie and Alice, have been making stop-motion Lego movies based on James Bond classics. Thousands of Lego-builders have been taking advantage of lockdown and making use of their spare time to create stop-motion movies and models of real-life constructions. The Danish toy has been the subject of more internet searches during lockdown than in the same months in previous years, while in March the search term "Lego challenge" reached a "record high", according to Google Trends. So, why have so many people turned to the little plastic bricks for entertainment and what comfort has it brought while holed up at home? 'THE FIREBALL WAS A 'DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME' MOMENT' Tout l'article

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