By now we've seen 'The Simpsons' tackling a number of pop-culture funhouse mirrors of themselves, from the recent 'Family Guy' crossover to last season's LEGO installment, and this year's "Treehouse of Horror" is no different. Watch Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart and Maggie meet not only their Tracey Ullman counterparts, but countless more parodying anime, 'Adventure Time,' 'Archer' and more from last night's Halloween special!
Everything really is awesome in the world of LEGO. After the success of Warner Bros.' 'The LEGO Movie,' the studio quickly signed off on 'The LEGO Movie 2' for a 2017 release. But now, with more than two years until the sequel, two more LEGO movies have been dated!
How do you make the beautiful world of Wes Anderson even more precious? With LEGO, of course. It's actually surprising that no one thought of this before, but thanks to one clever fan, you can now see The Grand Budapest Hotel from Wes Anderson's latest flim recreated in charming detail with the help of hundreds upon hundreds of tiny LEGO bricks.
The great joy behind LEGOs is that they give you the ability to create. Sometimes, that means creating an elaborate fantasy world where only you know the rules. Other times, that means recreating your favorite movies. Many films have been the subject of LEGO parodies and tributes, but few have felt as successful as this 'Jaws' set, which could potentially go into production if enough people give it their support.
We don't yet know quite what to make of 'The Simpsons' impending LEGO turn for Sunday's latest (and 550th) episode "Brick Like Me," but FOX is making sure there won't be much assembly required. Following the LEGO poster, FOX has released a full-length trailer for 'The Simpsons' blockiest episode yet!
Last week we caught our first brief look at 'The Simpsons' in motion toward the world of LEGO, as Homer finds himself and the rest of Springfield "Brick Like Me" for the landmark 550th episode. Now, we have an even more head-turning look at the LEGO 'Simpsons' in a full poster spread on the family, as Homer falls to pieces in his new condition.
We'd already seen a first look at 'The Simpsons' going the LEGO route with photos of Homer and the rest of Springfield done up in brick for May 4 installment "Brick Like Me," but like 'The LEGO Movie' before it, these things work best in motion. Catch the first look at Homer building his LEGO life with FOX's first promo for the 550th episode, "Brick Like Me!"
'The Simpsons' LEGO sets were only the first step in an ambitious cross-promotional campaign for new merchandising around the long-running FOX family, as May 4 will see Homer and the gang trading up to yellow block in the LEGO-animated episode "Brick Like Me." The actual episode itself remains something of a mystery, but what can we learn from the first LEGO photo of the new high-concept 'Simpsons' episode?
LEGO isn't in the habit of making sets based on extremely violent and highly sexualized HBO fantasy series, but thankfully, someone is out there filling that niche. Custom LEGO creation company Citizen Brick revealed their latest creation and it's a doozy: 13 minifigs based on characters from 'Game of Thrones.'