“The LEGO Movie” will get a very meta sort-of sequel in January, with a new 4D Legoland adventure featuring some of the voices from the blockbuster film.
“The Billion Brick Race” joins “Ninjago,” “The LEGO Batman Movie” and “The LEGO Movie 2″ in development at Warner Bros.
“The LEGO Movie” sequel has a director: Rob Schrab, a TV comedy veteran and creator of “Scud: The Disposable Assassin.”
Birdman dominated the night with seven wins, but The LEGO Movie and Guardians of the Galaxy also took home trophies.
Director Phil Lord calls The LEGO Movie a classic and applauds his crew’s hard work.
Take a few moments to watch the best slow-motion moments of 2014 from TV, music videos and films, including Guardians of the Galaxy and X-Men: Days of Future Past.
The LEGO Movie director Chris Miller says the film’s Batman spinoff will draw across the entire history of the iconic character.
Director Chris McKay is hoping to include more female characters in the upcoming The LEGO Movie sequel.
Chris McKay, who served as animation co-director on the first film, has been tapped to helm the 2017 sequel.
Warner Bros. has staked out May 26, 2017 for the release of the sequel to its hit animated family adventure.
Although it could’ve been a mere advertisement, The LEGO Movie instead inspires individuality and creativity, while being unabashedly enjoyable to watch.
The LEGO Movie directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller discuss the challenges of building their film, brick by brick, and how proud they are to be attached to the (false) Masters of the Universe movie rumor.