Nick Offerman voices this towering Lego pirate who offers odd analogies. But how does he have a metal beard if he's made of plastic?
Finally, a villain who loves Taco Tuesdays! Will Ferrell provides the voice for this horrible, horrible man.
Elizabeth Banks voices this butt-kicking heroine who helps Emmet on his journey. Phil Lord and Chris Miller direct this animated adventure.
Chris Pratt voices this special character who must stop the evil President Business. The new trailer debuts Thursday, October 31st.
Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller break down each featured character. The animated adventure hits theaters February 7th, 2014.
The actors will voice Superman, Green Lantern and Wonder Woman in this animated adventure from Warner Bros., in theaters February 7th, 2014.
Warner Bros. will show off the latest footage from this animated adventure at their Hall H panel on Saturday, July 20 at 10:45 AM.
Lego will unveil 17 new toy sets at their booth (#2829) during the San Diego convention later this week.
A simpleminded Lego contractor must stop President Business in this animated adventure from the directors of 21 Jump Street.
Plus, we have the poster for this animated adventure featuring the voices of Chris Pratt, Will Arnett and Will Ferrell, in theaters February 7th, 2014.
Lego fans can enter their creations to be included in this upcoming adventure based on the popular building blocks, in theaters February 2014.
Will Ferrell will voice the evil President Business, while Liam Neeson will play the President's henchman Bad Cop in this animated adventure.
Warner Bros. has also released the first plot details and confirmed that Elizabeth Banks and Morgan Freeman have joined the cast.
Morgan Freeman will play a character known as Vitruvius alongside Will Arnett, Channing Tatum, and Chris Pratt in this animated adventure.
Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller talk about their upcoming CGI animated project, which stars the voices of Will Arnett as Batman and Channing Tatum as Superman.
The Jackie Robinson biopic will hit theaters April 12, 2013, while the Lego movie debuts February 28, 2014.
The plot of this live action-animation hybrid is being kept under wraps, with casting to begin in January.