LEGO DC Superheroes Girls Images.

Another batch of images from NY Toy Fair has come in! This time around, we have all of the DC Superheroes Girls Images! Anyone who’s tired of just seeing LEGO Batman Movie sets recently will definitely be excited for these!

 

41236 Harley Quinn Dorm

 

41237 Batgirl Secret Bunker

 

41238 Lena Luther Kryptonite Factory

 

41239 Eclipso Dark Palace


LEGO Mini-figures Series 17 Revealed!

We now have our second set of images from NY Toy Fair and those would be the reveal of the Series 17 (71018) of LEGO Minifigures! 


There seem to be plenty of interesting new characters here – my personal favorite is the Corn Suit guy!

Stay tuned for even more NY Toy Fair Images!

LEGO 2017 LEGO Batman Set Images!

Our first batch of long-awaited images from New York Toy Fair have come in! First up is the The LEGO Batman Movie Images. I won’t talk too much since I know why we’re all here, so let’s get to it:

 

70917 Ultimate BatMobile

 

70916 Batwing

 

70915 Two-Face Double Demolition 

 

70914 Bane Toxic Truck Attack

The LEGO NINJAGO Movie Trailer Is Here!


As we all saw yesterday, a teaser trailer for the teaser trailer (yep, I know that’s a tongue twister) was released for the LEGO NINJAGO Movie. And now, we have the full Teaser Trailer!

The movie, starring the voices of Dave Franco, Michael Peña, Jackie Chan, Justin Theroux, Kumail Nanjiani, Zach Woods and Abbi Jacobson (…woah that’s a big cast…) opens this September, the second LEGO movie this year following this months LEGO Batman Movie. This also means that we can be sure to expect some awesome sets based off of the film later in Autumn/Fall.


Check  the trailer out here.

Introducing The LEGO Oscars!

As some of you may know, the 89th Academy Awards, or Oscars, were announced earlier today. A plethora of films ranging from the most whimsical Musicals and thoughtful Dramas to the thrilling Sci-Fis and joyful Animations, were amongst these nominations. On the surface, this has very little to do with LEGO at all, especially since The LEGO Batman Movie and The LEGO Ninjago Movie (both of which could be up for Best Animated Feature) don’t release until later this year, and as such, do not qualify for this Oscar Season.

However, under closer inspection, it appears that some of films nominated in 2016 have some form of a connection with LEGO, be it actors that have LEGO Figures made in their likeness, or LEGO Themes based off of nominated films. Actually there is a lot of films that bear these LEGO relations, so we thought we should get involved in the Oscar Season.

Today, we’ll take a look at the films and artists nominated who have some relation with LEGO, and come Event Night on the 26th February, we’ll do what all award sites seem to do and keep you up to date on what has just won, but with a twist — we’ll be routing for the LEGO Nominations!

Below is a list of all the films with a LEGO Connection that have been nominated – check back on Sunday 27th February to see if any of these LEGO-related films go home with the Gold!

 

Best Picture:  – Arrival – Starring Amy Adams (released in LEGO as Lois Lane)

                            – Hacksaw Ridge – Starring Hugo Weaving (released in LEGO as Elrond)

Best Actor :     -Viggo Mortensen (released in LEGO as Aragorn)

Best Actress:  -Natalie Portman (released in LEGO as Padme Amidala)

Best Supporting Actor:Michael Shannon (released in LEGO as General Zod)

Best Director:Arrival – Starring Amy Adams (released in LEGO as Lois Lane)

Hacksaw Ridge – Starring Hugo Weaving (released in LEGO as Elrond)

Best Animated Feature:Moana

Best Visual Effects:Doctor Strange

                                          – Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Best Original Score: Jackie – Starring Natalie Portman (released in LEGO as Padme Amidala)

Passengers – Starring Chris Pratt (released in LEGO as Star-Lord/Owen)

Best Original Song:Moana

Best Sound Editing:Arrival – Starring Amy Adams (released in LEGO as Lois Lane)

Hacksaw Ridge – Starring Hugo Weaving (released in LEGO as Elrond)

Best Sound Mixing: – Arrival – Starring Amy Adams (released in LEGO as Lois Lane)

Hacksaw Ridge – Starring Hugo Weaving (released in LEGO as Elrond)

                                         – Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Best Adapted Screenplay:Arrival – Starring Amy Adams (released in LEGO as Lois Lane)

Best Production Design:Arrival – Starring Amy Adams (released in LEGO as Lois Lane)

Passengers – Starring Chris Pratt (released in LEGO as Star-Lord/Owen)

                                                    – Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Best Cinematography:Arrival – Starring Amy Adams (released in LEGO as Lois Lane)

                                                – Silence – Starring Adam Driver (released in LEGO as Kylo Ren) and Liam Neeson (released in LEGO as Qui-Gon Jinn)

Best Costume Design:Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Jackie – Starring Natalie Portman (released in LEGO as Padme Amidala)

Best Film Editing:Arrival – Starring Amy Adams (released in LEGO as Lois Lane)

Hacksaw Ridge – Starring Hugo Weaving (released in LEGO as Elrond)

Academy Honorary Award: – Jackie Chan (Voice of Sensei Wu in the upcoming  LEGO Ninjago Movie)