The biggest surprise and funniest character in the original LEGO Movie was Benny the Spaceman minifigure with the broken helmet and scratched out logo voiced by Charlie Day. There was a mad rush to grab his old minifigure from back in the day when the film came out, and the sets with the one from […]
LEGO Movie 2 comes out next month, and today LEGO sent over a look at the largest LEGOM Movie set they have ever made. Say hello to the Welcome to Apocalypseburg set! This one come in at over 3000 bricks, 12 new minifigures, and full 360 degree playability. The Statue of Liberty part of the […]
Warner Bros. has released the second trailer for the upcoming sequel film, The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, and we’re happy to report it’s just as adorable as the previous trailer. The LEGO® Movie 2: The Second Part reunites the heroes of Bricksburg in an all new action-packed adventure to save their beloved city. It’s been […]
LEGO has now revealed all three of their exclusive minifigs that will be available at SDCC this year. This year there is a Marvel exclusive, DC Comics exclusive, and a LEGO Movie 2 minifig. All three will be for sale at their booth on the show floor, and new this year, you have to sign […]
In a world of bricks and blocks, The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part has a lot to live up to. The first film was such a pleasant surprise from the team of Phil Lord and Chris Miller, utilizing a special brand of humor with one of the most instantly recognizable toys ever. This morning, the first trailer for […]
There has been some movement in Warner Bros release date schedule. Four films have been moved including the sequel to the highly successful Lego Movie. The film moves back nine months from 5/18/18 to 2/08/19. No word was given why Lego Move 2 was delayed for so long, but the sequel will hit almost five […]
As well as two ‘vanilla’ Lego movies, Warner Bros. also have the rights to create a Ninjago movie. That one should be next. Judging from this new special feature clip, from the Lego Movie DVD and Blu-ray, it will be just as irreverent as the ‘first’ film in the series. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QeeDCcOayns[/youtube] There’s at least 30 […]
I’m not at all surprised by this but, for the sake of crossing Ts and dotting Is, here’s the word. Coming Soon asked Phil Lord and Chris Miller if we could expect Marvel superheroes in the next Lego movie. There’s certainly enough of them in the Lego toy line. They said… probably not. But maybe. […]
Warner Bros. have marked out a May 16th 2017 release date. It's a long time for me to cross my fingers, but I'll do it.
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.
Because it’s a CG animated picture about little plastic playthings, many folk have been comparing The Lego Movie to the Toy Story series.
It takes them a while but they eventually come up with some examples.
Featuring Lego Lenny Henry, Lego Daniel Rigby and Lego Vinny Jones.
There's an interesting story behind this video, but now is not the time to tell it. Right now, just... enjoy it for what it is. It's Batman.
This promo for The Lego Movie is by no means as amusing as the previous Behind the Bricks featurette but it does, at least, give some actual, factual information on how the film was put together.
There’s no doubt that The Lego Movie is going to be a profitable movie.
Well, I've called it a Super Bowl promo in the headline. Maybe I should have said Puppy Bowl.
Well played, Warner Bros.
There's no way on this Earth I won't have seen this by midnight on the 8th.
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."