Phil Lord and Chris Miller sat down and talked with Al Moloney of the BBC about how they accomplished the filming of The Lego Movie. Though there were tons of Lego models and sets built for the movie, it is no surprise that most of it was done with CGI. The lengths they went to make sure it looked like the real…
The Lego Movie premieres Saturday, November 15th at 8:00 pm / 7:00 pm central on HBO and HBO Go. Here is the HBO Preview.
Hollywood Reporter just got word that Warners is planning two more Lego movies to open the summer season. That's great! We'll just have to wait until Memorial Day 2018 and 2019, respectively, to see them.
The Lego Movie was one of the funniest, most entertaining movies to come out this year and pretty much everyone who saw it and had a soul, loved it. Everyone except Lego Superman. He had beef with how the movie ended and he thinks he should have just saved the day and be the hero.
I have a confession: I have not watched The Lego Movie yet. I know, I know. I am a terrible human. My childhood self would shake his head so hard. Heck, my adult self is shaking my head at me! I'm going to watch it ASAP now though. Because after watching this "blooper" reel from The Lego Movie, I'm curled up in a ball…
Everyone is crazy about The Lego Movie—solid story, nonstop humor, good characters, and absolutely spectacular visuals. It's not surprising, looking at how much work and care these people put inside this film—and how much fun they had making it.
In summer 2012 the news broke that a feature-length Lego movie was actually happening and slated for 2014 release. And it's all true! The first trailer shows Lego figures and indicates a chosen-one-saves-the-world-type plot. Plus a lot of superhero mentions.