International Star Wars\u00a0Day (May the 4th) is right around the corner and fans all over\u00a0the world are gearing up. Indeed, LEGO Australia celebrated in epic fashion with the building of the southern hemisphere's largest LEGO Star Wars\u00a0Death Star. LEGO master builder Chris Steininger invited thousands of kids to join him in the build and naturally, the turnout was huge and the results were spectacular. Man of Many sat down with him to hear\u00a0what it's like to have the best job in the world and build lego for a living.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nIt took over a mind-blowing 210,000 bricks to build the LEGO\u00a0Star Wars\u00a0Death Star. The replica of the world's most epic\u00a0interstellar weapon measured 7.2m in circumference and 2.4m in diameter, weighing a gargantuan 545kg. Many of the kids were dressed up like Star Wars\u00a0characters and they gleefully posed before their gigantic LEGO creation. That was all accompanied\u00a0by prizes, trivia, real life stormtroopers from the 501st Legion and the use of augmented reality technology to blow up the Death Star just like in\u00a0A New Hope.\u00a0Needless to say, we\u00a0really, really wish we were about eight\u00a0years old right now.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nA New Hope turns 40 years old this year, making international\u00a0Star Wars\u00a0Day all the more special. It seems like only yesterday that the explosion of the real\u00a0Death Star turned millions of moviegoers into rabid fans, and here we are 40 years later commemorating the event with the LEGO\u00a0Star Wars\u00a0Death Star recreation. How the time simply flies! For those who missed out on construction, you have until 5th May to head over to the Westfield Warringah to see the LEGO Star Wars\u00a0Death Star in its massive glory. And May the 4th Be With You!!!\r\nCheck it out\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.