Following the reveal of our first wave of LEGO Movie 2 sets, now comes another attraction to watch out for (and to take selfies from) at the LEGO Booth once the San Diego Comic Con kicks in next week. Revealed via Twitter, this large-scale, brick-built statue of LEGO’s Ultrakatty stands at an intimidating 4 feet tall and measures 7 and a half feet long.
After LEGO’s initial reveal via Twitter of the first three tie-in sets slated for the upcoming LEGO Movie sequel, we now have our first wave of the LEGO Movie 2 official set images, names, and descriptions released via LEGO fan site Brick Fanz. These sets are scheduled to be showcased during next week’s San Diego Comic Con from July 19-22.
It looks like the most suave galactic gambler in this side of the galaxy will have more LEGO minifigs under his belt. Thanks to a confirmed report from The Hollywood Reporter, it was reported earlier this week that veteran actor Billy Dee Williams will be reprising his role as Lando Calrissian for the yet to be titled, Star Wars: Episode IX.
We’re roughly a week away before the curtains are pulled from this month’s next LEGO big reveal. Shrouded in mystery and enigma in the tradition of the world’s most iconic secret agent, LEGO is understandably reticent in giving out details regarding this next LEGO Creator Expert set – save for a silhouette of its corresponding box art and a teaser of its wheels. Now it looks like the secret is already out and spreading like wild fire across various social media platforms, and has been caught eventually by German motorhead AutoBILD. Though their line of interest is practically (and obviously) about cars and vehicles, it didn’t took long before the site caught attention of what seems to be a LEGO VIP invitation that glaringly displays an image of the LEGO Creator Expert Aston Martin DB5 (10262).
LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis is the latest installment of the LEGO-WB Animation collaboration 3D animated film series. Unlike its cinematic counterpart, The LEGO Batman Movie, where LEGO partners with Warner Animation Group (WAG) instead, these LEGO DC superhero adventures are home-video or digital only.