Everything is Intergalactic (But Still Awesome) in Lego Movie 2 Debut Trailer

Taco Tuesday may have left Bricksville an apocalyptic wasteland, with cutesy hyper-intelligent aliens threatening to destroy anything left — but at least they’ve got Frappuccinos! The first trailer for The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part is here, and it’s definitely awesome. Read More >>

The Lego Movie 2 Just Got a New Title and a Logo

It's been four years since The Lego Movie hit cinema screens, and proved that toy lines could be successful film franchises without having to involve Michael Bay and his explosion fetish. Naturally the film spawned a direct spin-off, a spin-off that isn't really a spin-off, and a sequel that's due next year. That sequel is what we're interested in now, since it's just been given a new title and an official logo. Read More >>

The Lego Movie Oscars Snub is Garbage

This morning, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences—an institution that in March of 1995 declared Forrest Gump to be a superior film to Pulp Fiction, Shawshank Redemption, and Quiz Show (Quiz Show!)—has decided that The Lego Movie is not one of the five best animated movies of last year. This is not a snub. This is a brickin' joke. Read More >>

Holy Hell, I Had No Idea The LEGO Movie Was So Hard to Make

If you've watched The LEGO Movie, you were probably too busy laughing/reminiscing to actually think about the work that went into production. That's a shame, because as this behind-the-scenes clip shows, it takes a lot of effort to make little plastic men talk. Read More >>

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The Lego Movie Official Blooper Reel is So Much Fun to Watch

After watching this blooper reel from The Lego Movie, I'm curled up in a ball laughing so hard that my abs risk being laughter-cised into a rock-hard 2x4 red Lego brick. It's just so much fun. Read More >>

Lego Took Over an Entire Ad Break and Re-Made Popular Ads Using, Yup, Lego

If you were watching ITV's Dancing On Ice on Sunday night (don't worry, we weren't either), you may've spotted something rather special -- an entire ad break taken over by Lego, to promote Warner Bros.' The Lego Movie, which is released on the 14th. Advertising within advertising? We're so confused about which products we should be buying right now! Read More >>