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LEGO movie

And I'll Form the Head!

Liam Neeson, Will Ferrell, & More Added To Voice Cast Of Lego: The Piece of Resistance

For the record, I didn’t have to create this image, IT ALREADY EXISTED ON THE INTERNET.

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Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

In My Mind, Superman & Batman Act Just Like They Do In Real Life Like They Do In This Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Trailer

I was impressed after watching the first trailer for Lego Batman2: DC Super Heroes, by just how many characters of the DCU were being included. Now after watching this follow-up, I’m more excited, if that’s even possible but that may be solely based on the interaction between Superman and Batman in this one. Interesting to note here is the minifigs having voices for the first time in-game. We noticed they did in the LEGO: The Lord of the Rings trailer, but this game is getting released first (June 19). Was this a choice made by the creative teams or was there perhaps some push from the higher-ups as a result of the LEGO movie in development from the directors of 21 Jump Street. Audiences will get to see voice actors bringing the minifigs to life in that so maybe this is a way to get us used to it. Who knows? I don’t care either way but I know a lot of people prefer they don’t have an actual voice in the games. But Clancy Brown is back to voice Lex Luthor and Tara Strong is voicing Harley Quinn. So maybe you don’t mind as much now?

(via Topless Robot)

Cautiously Optimistic

21 Jump Street Directors Set To Build LEGO Movie, Don’t Want To Ruin Your Childhood

We live in an age where toys are movies and movies are toys and both toys and movies are video games but I’m not sure I’m sufficiently prepared to see the LEGO brand on film. But see it we will and it will be the relaunched 21 Jump Street directors who will bring the minifigs to life. No, this set did not come with directions.

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Just Go With It

Warner Bros. Is Making a “Live-Action Hybrid” LEGO Movie, Not Totally Sure What That Means

Warner Bros. announced that it has officially greenlit a LEGO movie, calling it a “CG-animated/live-action hybrid.” Um, we kind of don’t know exactly how to interpret that or how the famous Danish building toys come into play, but we’ll know for sure in 2014, because that’s when it’s coming to theaters. What we do know is that the LEGO set based on the LEGO movie will be the most meta tie-in that ever meta-ed.

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