Video: Unlike LEGO's past cinematic efforts with its general brand and most recently Batman, I'm not super familiar with Ninjago, the line of LEGO sets that will star in the next LEGO movie. But apparently there aren't just ninjas, but lots of giant robots too, and that's quite alright by me.
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Fans love to talk about how many Marvel or DC films come out each year, but very few acknowledge there are two LEGO movies coming out this year. The first, The LEGO Batman Movie, is out March 30. The second, The LEGO Ninjago Movie, is out September 21, and some revealing new images were just released.
Back to the Future II gave us an awesome glimpse of the future where sneakers automatically laced themselves. What the movie left out, however, was that those sneakers would cost you $US720 ($938) a pair. Oof. But if you've got a bit of Lego lying around at home, you can give any shoe self-lacing powers on the cheap.
Batman's total adoration of Bat-things is well known at this point, but The LEGO Batman Movie is taking it to a whole new level in this clip, which has more rad Bat-vehicles than you can shake a Bat-stick at.
A lot of things look good about The LEGO Batman Movie — whether it's the film itself or the LEGO sets. But I think my favourite thing about it is this new Bane "mini" figure that's actually hulking, and it's spine-tinglingly brilliant.
When you're buying your lunch today, you might want to take a moment and spend a little more. Gizmodo's Lunch Time Deals posts point out any particularly good bargains for Aussie bargain hunters around the 'net. Today eBay is having a 20 per cent off sale of a whole range of goodies that caught our eye.
There's a "New Year" sale featuring everything you need to get your fitness goals in motion, and a toy sale with everything from Star Wars Lego to consoles and PC accessories.
Someone — well, thebrickranger, specifically, did the now standard "Lego version of a superhero movie trailer" for Logan complete with red Play-Doh for Wolverine's many wounds. However, I don't remember the last time I've been quite so emotionally moved by tiny plastic mini-figures.
Only two more months remain until The Lego Batman Movie is in the US (add an extra 48 days to that for Aussie audiences), and if it's half as good as The Lego Movie, it will end up being one of the best Batman movies yet.
LEGO Batman's Twitter recently shared a short clip where Batman teases the end of his retelling of The Night Before Christmas, and now I've got to hear the rest. For crying out loud, Batman, Marvel gave us 10 hours of superhero fireplaces. Step up your game!
On February 10 2017, audiences around the world will be sitting down in cinemas to watch the much anticipated LEGO: Batman movie. 48 days later, Australians can do the same.
Village Roadshow is repeating history, making the same mistake it made with The LEGO Movie. A five million dollar mistake. A mistake co-CEO Graham Burke said the distributor would not be making again.
Everything is not awesome.
Video: The wobbly gear on Japanese LEGO genius Akiyuky's latest Great Ball Contraption might be the most hypnotic piece of engineering you've ever laid eyes on. It appears to be moving in seven different directions all at the same time, and although the machine doesn't really do much, there's still a plethora of moving parts to just sit and stare at.
While the return of Twin Peaks to screens next year might spark a new wave of merchandise around the classic series, I would imagine "LEGO Twin Peaks" is probably somewhere on the list of things that will never happen. At least, however, we can dream what might have been with these awesome custom minifigures of the cast.
It didn't quite reach The Lion King's level of box office success, but since hitting theatres way back in 1999, Brad Bird's The Iron Giant has gone on to become a much-loved classic film. So much so that it's about time LEGO gave us an official The Iron Giant set, and it just might happen if Brett Cuviello gets enough supporters for his new LEGO Ideas project.