Universal Pictures gets into the LEGO business as the franchise moves away from Warner Bros.B. Alan Orange
A ton of celebrities show up in surprising cameos, making this weekend's LEGO Movie 2 a must-see.Trevor Norkey
With The Lego Movie 2 out in theaters this weekend, we have a look at some of the fun cameos in the original movie.Trevor Norkey
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will appear in The LEGO Movie 2 and get her very own LEGO figurine.Ryan Scott
Warner Bros. has released a new short for The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part that ramps up hype for the sequel and the holidays.Kevin Burwick
Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for The LEGO Movie 2, which arrives in February.Ryan Scott
Rising star Tiffany Haddish has signed on to voice a brand new lead character in Warner Bros.' highly-anticipated LEGO Movie 2.
Fired Han Solo directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller have returned to Lego Movie 2 to rewrite the screenplay, which will probably include Star Wars references.Ryan Scott
LEGO Batman Movie director Chris McKay teases The LEGO Movie 2 will be an epic space action movie.
Get your first look at Jackie Chan as Master Wu, along with Justin Theroux's Lord Garmadon and more from The LEGO Ninjago Movie.
A new 'episode' of Gotham Cribs takes fans inside Batman's humble abode, along with his roommate Bruce Wayne in a preview for LEGO Batman Movie.
The Dark Knight tours Seoul with some of his Super Friends in a sneak peek at the Lego Batman Movie, which arrives along with new character posters.
Batman, Robin and Batgirl unite on a new poster for The LEGO Batman Movie, along with several LEGO versions of iconic DC Comics characters.
Earlier reports claimed that Mariah Carey was playing Commissioner Gordon in Lego Batman Movie, but that's not true.B. Alan Orange
Lego Movie 2 director Rob Schrab hints that Warner Bros. is negotiating a deal with BBC that could bring Doctor Who into the animated sequel.
The Seinfeld 'death by envelope' theory is tested and Terminator 2 gets the 8-Bit Cinema treatment in today's Nerd Alert.
Ninjago has been pushed from 2016 to 2017, while Lego Batman Movie hits theaters a few months earlier than planned in 2017.