The short film gives us a sneak peek at The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part.
The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part may not be coming out until February 2019, but that doesn't mean that our favorite master builders can't get in on some holiday fun.Read More
Tiffany Haddish and Stephanie Beatriz join the sequel to the 2014 hit.
The trailer for The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part is here, bringing with it all the brick-based irreverence and humor that made its 2014 predecessor such a delight.Read More
"That’s the major thing that the movie is about. What’s different and similar about gender, when a boy plays vs. how a girl plays? What kinds of stories are there?"Read More
This metal cover of the LEGO Movie theme song deserves a spot on everyone's playlist. Pairing the uplifting lyrics with the mental genre somehow works, in a hilarious sort of way.Read More
Variety reports that while directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller wrote the original draft, they brought on Bob-Waksberg to rewrite the script for "a fresh take."Read More
The LEGO Batman Movie isn't going to let us forget for one second that Batman can be fun. This Batman in particular may be a bit far to the "fun" side, but that's only to keep the Bat-Force in balance with the grimdark side. What I'm saying is that LEGO Batman is the Bat-chosen one.Read More
Sad Batman no more!
DARKNESS. NO PARENTS. ... No really, can this Batman movie just skip the part with his parents? After the complete success that was The LEGO Movie, the trailer for its Batman-themed spinoff/sequel is here, and it just might be that Batman movie you're most looking forward to right now if you've seen the Batman v Superman reviews.Read More
Or possibly the Mayor of Gotham.
Today, I went from feeling neutral about the LEGO Batman movie -- a planned LEGO Movie sequel starring Will Arnett's Batman -- to feeling both baffled and excited, because apparently, Mariah Carey is in talks to play Commissioner Gordon. I know. WHAT???Read More
Darkness, No Planet...
If having the Twelfth Doctor in the LEGO Dimensions video game filled your little Whovian heart with glee, prepare to have it burst! The Doctor may be appearing in the upcoming sequel to The LEGO Movie!Read More
The cinematic follow-up to The LEGO Movie, which is called LEGO Batman and will feature Will Arnett's reprisal of his comedic turn as the caped crusader, just cast Rosario Dawson as its LEGO Batgirl.Read More
Zach Galifianakis is in "final negotiations" to voice the Joker in the upcoming LEGO Batman film, which is a follow-up to The LEGO Movie and not exactly related to the long-running LEGO Batman video games (but it's not not related to those).Read More
Chris Pratt Asks Fans to Design His Cover Photo in Exchange for Dinner at Applebee’s, the Internet Does Not Disappoint
In a post on his Facebook page earlier today,
sixteen-puppies-in-a-Seahawks jersey Chris Pratt asked for help in designing his cover image, and offered to buy dinner at Applebee's for the winning designer.
If only the whole movie could be like this.
It is amazing how well the "Darkness, No Parents" song that Batman sings in The LEGO Movie fits the recent trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.Read More
Now you can own the very first sketch of Wonder Woman, complete with creator William Marston and artist H.G. Peter's notes to each other on the character. You know, if you happen to have enough money to literally swim in like Scrooge McDuck.Read More
Bricks on bricks on bricks.
You can build anything with LEGO! And that includes a machine to efficiently extract all of the world's money. All of it. Say hello to LEGO's new toy-based video game, LEGO Dimensions.Read More
And the LEGO train just keeps on chuggin'.
It seems Warner Bros. cannot get enough LEGO. After the huge success of The Lego Movie, Warner Bros. announced that they have a LEGO spin-off movie in development! Called Billion Brick Race, it's going to be co-written and co-directed by Jason Segel (The Muppets) and Drew Pearce (Iron Man 3) and produced by LEGO Movie producers Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Dan Lin and Roy Lee.Read More
Sweet gig.Read More
Everything is awesome!
BrickMaster Nathan Sawaya posted this time-lapse video of himself creating the awesome LEGO Oscar statuettes that were handed out during the Academy Awards. Looks like he used a lot of Kragle! Now, can anyone slow this down and get us a parts list?Read More
Last night's Oscars were surprisingly full of poignant messages and emotional musical numbers - but it wasn't all flawless. Here's our list of the best and worst moments of the 2015 Academy Awards!Read More
Take that, Oscars.
The LEGO Movie got the appreciation it so richly deserved at the biggest awards ceremony in filmmaking: the BAFTAs. Fun fact: There used to be an award show people really liked called the "Academy Awards" or "Oscars," and then everyone got the sense that they were out of touch and stopped caring.Read More