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.
So far it's been all Batman, Batman, Batman but Channing Tatum's take on Superman finally gets a chance to be funny in this latest TV spot for The Lego Movie.
Showing off some Superness and Batitude.
I said Built! And it's about Lego! Built! Lego! BUILT! (Man, when you really look at it, "built" is such a strange word)
Surprising and welcome news for info-starved Star Wars fans clinging to scraps of rumor and speculation on Episode VII.
Consider this a public service announcement. If you don’t want to stumble into what may be a key Lego Movie plot point where you might not expect one, stay clear of the Hollywood Reporter article First-Look: New LEGO Set based on the Upcoming Movie. Actually, stay clear of this story too, because the irony is, […]
I have to admit that Batman bit in this new Lego Movie trailer is amusing. Some films have genuinely one of a kind aesthetics. The first Tron movie, for example. The Dark Crystal. The first Thomas Crown Affair or lesser known stuff like Wicked Wicked too. I like to include The Umbrellas of Cherbourg on […]
Not only does it look unique, it looks wonderful.
And this is how you make a Lego movie.
Elizabeth Banks is Wyldstyle in The Lego Movie, the second billed character and, even at two inches tall, something of a handful on the battle floor.
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.
Yes, a new Lego trailer. Already. And the film's poster, as a bonus.
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.