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LEGO Movie 2 Getting Rewrite from BoJack Horseman Creator Warner Bros’ 2014 animated film The LEGO Movie opened to praise from both critics and viewers alike, with that success reflected in the movie’s box office haul of $469 million worldwide and an Oscar nomination (though for Best Original Song rather than Best Animated Film). The LEGO Movie saw enough success that Warner Bros. granted the film a sequel, The LEGO Movie 2, and spinoffs, including The LEGO Batman Movie and Ninjago. However, while The LEGO Batman Movie is on track for its 2017 debut, Warner Bros.

'The LEGO Movie 2' Delayed to 2019 Because Everything Can't Be Awesome All the Time Warner Bros. has done a little release date-shuffling, moving a few of their upcoming films around — most notably (and perhaps disappointingly) with The LEGO Movie 2, which was originally set to hit theaters in 2018 and will now arrive nine months later in 2019. The good news is that we still have two new LEGO Movie spinoffs coming in 2017, and Ben Affleck’s Live By Night will now hit theaters a bit earlier than expected. Continue reading…

LEGO Movie Sequel Director Teases Possible Doctor Who Appearance Last year’s The LEGO Movie was one of the best films of 2014, and there’s quite a bit of enthusiasm surrounding its sequel: the rather blatantly titled, The LEGO Movie Sequel. LEGO Movie co–writers/directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller have returned to write the sequel’s script, but won’t be directing, instead handing those duties over to Rob Schrab. Schrab is probably best known for his work on Community, where he directed several episodes of the comedy series, including the animated episode, “G.I.

New 4D ‘Lego Movie’ Short Film Will Debut at Legoland The Lego Movie will be followed by several big screen sequels and spin-offs. The direct sequel just landed a director and will be out in 2018. A Ninjago spin-off will come out in 2016 and the Lego Batman spin-off will be out in 2017. But we now know that’s not all. We’re going to get a sort-of sequel later this year. Just not on the big screen. LEGO has announced later this year, their LEGOLAND theme parks and Discover Centers will debut a brand new 4D short film based on The Lego Movie, featuring Emmet and Wyldstyle.

Lego Movie 2 to Take Place 4 Years Later The Lego Movie directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller have let slip that the sequel to Warner Bros.' hit animated comedy will take place four years later. Slight spoilers for The Lego Movie ahead. Lord and Miller, who probably won't return to direct but are currently writing the screenplay for The Lego Movie 2, told Empire that they're interested in continuing The Lego Movie's meta-story (the live action narrative starring Will Ferrell in the original film). "Well I don’t want to give you spoilers but we were really interested in what happens to that boy who’s in the meta story in the first movi

Phil Lord & Chris Miller at Least Return to Script 'The LEGO Movie 2' Though directing duo Phil Lord & Chris Miller won't be returning to direct The LEGO Movie 2, they were previously confirmed to produce the film that will be helmed by the first film's behind the scenes co-director Chris McKay. Now Deadline has word that Lord & Miller will be a little more involved with the sequel because Warner Bros. has also signed them on to write the film. That's the best way to ensure the brilliant creativity and originality that made the first film so great is still around in the sequel.

Warner Bros. Reveals Massive Plans for DC, 'Harry Potter,' Lego Franchises

10:56 AM 10/15/2014 by Jeff Giles
We knew Warner Bros. execs had big things in store for fans of its DC properties, as well as visions of a new franchise for its Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, but the studio dropped some major news regarding scheduling for those titles -- as well as its plans for more Lego movies -- during a shareholders meeting today.


Warner Bros. Announces Movie Expansion with Lego, J.K. Rowling, DC Comics Films – Warner Bros. unveiled its movie and television strategy Wednesday paced by three Lego films, three movies based on J.K. Rowling wizard stories and 10 DC Entertainment-branded projects. Here's the annnouncement: Today at a Time Warner investors meeting, Warner Bros.’ Chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara outlined an aggressive content strategy for the Studio aimed at increasing profits while “doubling down on outstanding content, working with the best talent and maintaining the culture that makes Warner Bros. 3 years 18 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Phil Lord & Chris Miller Talk 'Lego Movie 2' And Marvel, Turning Down 'Ghostbusters 3' & More – With one hit movie under their best this year with "The Lego Movie," and another likely champ in "22 Jump Street" opening this weekend (review here), Hollywood is Phil Lord and Chris Miller's oyster at the moment. Meaning, that they can basically do whatever they want. So it's no surprise they are getting scripts and projects tossed their way, so it wasn't a total shock when Sony offered them the long developing "Ghostbusters 3."The story made headlines, but the pair quickly turned it down, but not for the reasons you might think. 3 years 36 weeks ago via jackiechan
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