I'm curious to see how well this set does. I didn't see the film and I heard mixed things. Some loved it, others saw it is being a boring, over-hyped piece of crap. Still, something that costs $11,000 to make and rakes in $107 million is intriguing. When I contacted Breygent directly, I was told that this is all that is approved at this time. I'll be sure to post more details as they become available.