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Obviously understanding the time it’s going to take to do this right, Warner Bros. have announced that their sequel to The Lego Movie won’t be in US cinemas for over three years.
Well played, Warner Bros.
This year, there are two films from Phil Lord and Chris Miller. There’s the R-rated, live-action 22 Jump Street and the PG, animated (mainly) Lego Movie. That kind of release pattern is called “the Spielberg.”
We’ve seen Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman (and Abraham Lincoln, a Mutant Turtle, etc) but I think this is our first look at The Flash.
Report: He-Man Movie Close To Happening, Shortlist Of Potential Directors Includes Joe Cornish, Rian Johnson And More
Masters of the Universe was not one of my beloved childhood cartoons, but this is a pretty awesome list.
I said Built! And it’s about Lego! Built! Lego! BUILT! (Man, when you really look at it, “built” is such a strange word)
Not only does it look unique, it looks wonderful.
I love it. I love the warmth, the scale of the first few shots, the stop motion feel (even if it is only a feel) and the alround, tidy Lego-ness of it all.
That ice cream looks delicious.
Mission: accomplished. Jonah Hill has a new love interest for the 21 Jump Street sequel.
Ice Cube is now all set to return as Captain Dickson for 22 Jump Street, say The Hollywood Reporter. Even better news, I think, is that his role has been beefed up a little. And then, giving us even more …
We knew that Channing Tatum is playing Superman, but I think it’s news that Jonah Hill is Green Lantern and Cobie Smulders is Wonder Woman in Phil Lord and Chris Miller‘s Lego Movie. Other Lego characters will appear, but the …
The Lego Movie comes from Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the directors of 21 Jump Street and Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, not to mention Clone High.
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum will be coming back; the storyline will see them infiltrate a college, rather than a high school; and directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller will most likely direct again.
Take your first look at Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2.
Warner Brothers dust off their feature length animation department.
Due to some confusion over time zones – and not on our part, I might say – Bleeding Cool’s 21 Jump Street interviews didn’t happen this week. Shame, because both Michael and myself really liked the film and are pretty …
Sophie really managed to put me off my stride in the middle of this week’s Friday film slot on Glide FM, sending one of my points about We Bought a Zoo spiralling off into a total dead end. Nonetheless, here’s …