The LEGO Movie

Comic-Con 2013: The Justice League Will Turn Up in 'The LEGO Movie'

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by Damon Houx July 20, 2013 04:01 PM
DC
Warner Bros. have been chasing Marvel's lead for a while now, and though they had great success with Batman, and more recently with 'Man of Steel,' they are seemingly jealous of 'The Avengers.' Well, it looks like they'll finally assemble their Justice League. But only in LEGO form.

Comic-Con 2013: 'Seventh Son' and 'The LEGO Movie' Panels

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by Nick Romano July 20, 2013 01:27 PM
Warner Bros.
Legendary Pictures brought an impressive amount of titles from their upcoming slate to Comic-Con 2013. In addition to the much-hyped 'Godzilla' reboot and the George Clooney- and 'Gravity,' 'Seventh Son' and 'The LEGO Movie' got their time to shine in the buzzing Hall H on Saturday, Jul. 20.

The Lego Movie Getting a Game of its Own

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by Luke Brown July 17, 2013 08:49 AM
TT Games
Though Legos have been around for decades, the building block sets have apparently never been more popular. There have been countless video games based on the more popular licensed playsets, and next year will see the release of The Lego Movie in theaters. TT Games is obviously excited, as the frequent Lego game developer has just announced a video game based on the film will also arrive next year.

Comic-Con 2013 Saturday Schedule Includes 'Godzilla,' 'The LEGO Movie' and More!

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by Britt Hayes July 06, 2013 02:15 PM
Warner Bros.
We knew it was only a matter of hours before Comic-Con 2013 unveiled its full Saturday panel line-up. For those of you hard at work making your schedules (or if you want to just look longingly at the line-up), we've got a breakdown of the movie panels you can expect to see at Comic-Con on Saturday, July 20, including 'Godzilla,' 'The LEGO Movie,' and much more.

'The Lego Movie' Trailer: Chris Pratt Leads a Great Assembly of Talent

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by Damon Houx June 18, 2013 07:02 PM
http://youtu.be/lPnY2NjSjrg
The best thing and the worst about making 'The Lego Movie' is that there's never really been much of a narrative to Lego toys. You put them together, that's it. So the film could be about anything. And from the trailer, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller ('21 Jump Street') have fun with that freedom as we see the crossover of Lego toys from all different franchises assembled... for something.