The LEGO Batman Movie Kiss Kiss Tuxedo Batman Keychain (5004928) Now Up For Grabs at Cinemark Connections.

The LEGO Batman Movie has arrived in theaters in the US and in other parts of the globe, and thanks to a tip from The Brick Fan, we now have an idea of how to possibly grab hold of the elusive LEGO Batman Movie Kiss Kiss Tuxedo Batman Keychain (5004928). Previously, we know that it was offered as a free promotional by Dutch toy store Brickshop, and recently it is now offered as a freebie by Cinemark Connections, as you can see from the flyer above, if you get to see the film in 3D.

Now if you’re a in for a ride to collect all TLBM minifigures that there are, including this one, then this is something that you may want to check out. I’m not quite sure if this is an exclusive only for Cinemark Connection members. One bit of a challenge is the fact that Cinemark theaters are specific to certain regions only and locations are quite scant. However, if you happen to live nearby any of Cinemark’s theater houses and is planning to see TLBM, then be sure to get this freebie as soon as you can since supplies are expected to be limited.

On a side note, in case you are minifig purist who finds the unsightly keychain a little bit too much to bare, and would rather have the Kiss Kiss Tuxedo Batman on display on your TLBM minifig wall, then theBrickBlogger has a nifty article on the various methods that you can use in removing the keychain that bounds your faved minifig. Here’s a brief tutorial/video demonstration on how to do it.

Have you seen The LEGO Batman Movie already? Let us know what you think about it.



Bring To Life The First Ever Human Bat Signal at LEGOLAND California Resort!

The LEGO Batman Movie fever has caught up at the LEGOLAND California Resort in Carlsbad! From February 18-19 and 25-26, visitors and guests of the Family Theme Park will have the unique experience of participating in its very first human Bat-signal to celebrate the release of Warner Bros’ The LEGO Batman Movie. All participants will also get the chance of winning exclusive LEGO Batman products through the LEGO Batman Movie Trivia. Read the official press release below for more details, and be sure to mark these dates on your calendars for a Batman-inspired weekend!


LEGOLAND California Resort is calling all LEGO Batman Movie fans to join in the human Bat-signal.



Calling All Caped Crusaders! LEGOLAND® California Resort is inviting children and parents out on February 17 to help bring to life the famous bat-signal used to call the dark knight of Gotham City, Batman.

The human bat-signal will officially kickoff the Family Theme Park’s The LEGO® Batman Movie Days, February 18-19 and 25-26. Guests will get to meet the LEGO super hero during this celebration of the Warner Bros. Pictures’ feature film, which also includes photo opportunities with the scene-stealing star, a themed scavenger hunt and LEGO Batman-inspired LEGO build activities.

The first 500 people to attend the bat-signal event will receive a ticket to LEGOLAND California Resort. Attendees will also have a chance to win LEGO Batman product through LEGO Batman Movie trivia. The LEGO Batman Movie Days activities are included in the price of admission to LEGOLAND California Resort.



  • February 17, 2017
  • 8 a.m. Human Bat-signal will be displayed in ticket Plaza at Park Entrance
  • Participant registration begins at 7 a.m. at Park entrance



  • LEGOLAND California Resort, Carlsbad
  • Media: please call Jake Gonzales to coordinate coverage



  • First 500 guests (3 and older) will receive a ticket to LEGOLAND California Resort
  • All participants will have chance to win LEGO Batman product through LEGO Batman Movie Trivia
  • Hundreds of guests wearing Batman masks
  • LEGO walking character of Batman on hand for photo ops
  • Opportunities for aerial shots of the human bat-signal available

Hold On To Your Katanas! The LEGO Ninjago Movie Trailer Is Here (Almost)!

Warner Bros has kicked off a slew of teasers to promote its latest film The LEGO Ninjago Movie. Hot off the heels of the release of The LEGO Batman Movie, this next brick-built film collaboration between Warner Bros and LEGO highlights a sort of an alternative storyline for the young heroes of Ninjago. With a new look and a daunting nemesis to beat (who happens to be Lloyd’s dad by the way), our new heroes must eventually come into terms with their own fears and egos in order for them to tap into their full potential.

In this big-screen Ninjago adventure, the battle for Ninjago City calls to action young Lloyd, aka the Green Ninja, along with his friends, who are all secret warriors and LEGO Master Builders. Led by kung fu master Wu, as wise-cracking as he is wise, they must defeat evil warlord Garmadon, the Worst Guy Ever, who also happens to be Lloyd’s dad. Pitting mech against mech and father against son, the epic showdown will test this fierce but undisciplined team of modern-day ninjas who must learn to check their egos and pull together to unleash their true power.

Earlier today, Warner Bros. has released a teaser trailer for the upcoming debut of its first full-length trailer for The LEGO Ninjago Movie. The teaser begins with Master Wu (voiced by Jackie Chan), showing his intention to gather the young ninja heroes. Watch this.

We assume that the full-length trailer will be released just in time before The LEGO Batman Movie hits theaters. We’ve received a lot of mixed reactions on how the characters of Ninjago are portrayed in this stand-alone film, ranging from uber excited to downright disappointing because of its steep departure from the animated series. Hopefully, will  get more details once the full trailer of The LEGO Ninjago Movie hits online tomorrow.

What are your thoughts about this, brick fans? Let us know in the comments below or head over to our Facebook page to share your two-cents.

Batman Just Can’t Stop Singing In This Latest Clip from The LEGO Batman Movie.

We know already how big a film The LEGO Batman Movie is, with all the references and hints that it gives  on the entire spectrum of DC’s Dark Knight. Early reviews of the film were all but praises for this fresh, new take on director’s Chris McKay entertaining spoof centered on a minifig version of the brooding Batman and his fears for any sort of ‘human’ connection, and just going around on his everyday business of crime-fighting and saving Gotham city.

Just a few moments ago, Warner Bros. released a new, fast-paced, edge-of-your-seat, action/comedy sequence that shows Batman fending off the bad guys while rocking out his new theme song. Thanks to Screen Rant, we can view this video clip in its entirety, as you can see below.

The video is so full of details that I have to play it four times! Batman is just a handful for Joker’s band of high-powered misfits such as Mr. Freeze, Poison Ivy, The Riddler, Katana, Orca, Kiteman, Mutant Leader and the rest of the baddies. The best part is, the Batman still managed to pull out a tune, making Joker ‘look bad’ in front of his endearing nemesis. It’s hilarious how the film managed to show all of these and yet delivers it in a barrage of funny one-liners delivered in such a rapid pace.  Talk about singing your way out in any situation.

If you love this clip and simply adore Batman in his ‘LEGOlized’ version, then be sure to hit the cinemas this Friday to see how the rest of the flick plays out. While you’re at it, be sure to check out our reviews on all The LEGO Batman Movie sets that have been featured in the film. So are you ready for an awesome Friday? Share us what you think in the comments below and drop by our Facebook page to join in the discussions.


Check Out These Cool The LEGO Batman Movie Freebies from

The LEGO Batman Movie has caught the world by storm, and with rave reviews that the film is currently enjoying, LEGO levels up the excitement by offering a slew of cool freebies for every purchase at As announced in the LEGO February Store Calendar, every purchase at LEGO’s online store entitles you to a free character poster for the week. These posters feature the characters of Harley Quinn, Batman, Batgirl, and Robin every week respectively, with Batman up for grabs for this week’s promotions. There are tons of TLBM posters that are currently available from other retailers and suppliers in case you want to go all-out Bat-crazy with them. We just hope that these free posters will come in tubes so as not to cause any unsightly creases on these collectibles. Take a closer look.


If collecting all the TLBM minifigures is your thing, then European LEGO fans are in for a better treat. As of this writing, the LEGO Batman Movie Disco Batman and Tears of Batman (30607) are given away for FREE for every single receipt purchase of ANY LEGO products worth 55 Euros.

This polybag is added automatically at in Europe once the qualifying purchase has been met, and will be available until February 26 or until supplies last. According to Brickset, US fans who are eager to have these exclusive, need not fret because this free promotional will go up live just in time for the worldwide launch of the movie on February 10. So if you’re aiming to have these TLBM minifigs, then you may want to hold on to those trigger fingers and wait a few days more.


Early Reviews Are In: Everything is Awesome With The LEGO Batman Movie!

The LEGO Batman Movie already made its debut in many parts of the globe, and with it comes its first slew of film reviews that all point to one thing: everything is simply awesome about this film! Screen Rant was quick to step up into the action to share a (partial) list of reviews from major news and media outlet. We’re reposting these spoiler-free reviews right here to whet our appetites, as we eagerly wait for the film’s worldwide launch this Friday. Check these out.

“Don’t tell Ben Affleck – he seems sad enough already – but the actor has just been made surplus to requirements by one and a half inches of moulded plastic.”

Robbie Collin (Daily Telegraph (UK))


“The movie is chock-full of meta-references, one-liners and in-jokes (a cinema in the background is playing Two Shades of Grey, for example).”

Steve Rose (The Guardian)


“Boasting more pop-culture references than plastic bricks – everything from The Matrix to King Kong gets a nod – the film isn’t above ripping on other previous superhero failures, with Suicide Squad coming in for a bashing.”

James Mottram (South China Morning Post)

“This is a Batman who isn’t battling the demons of his deceased parents – instead he just misses them. (And, thank heavens, we aren’t subjected to yet another depiction of poor Thomas and Martha Wayne being murdered.)”

Mike Ryan (Uproxx)


“Just when it appeared we’d reached peak superhero, those wily folks at Warner Bros. find another way to re-package the Caped Crusader and the other denizens of the DC Comics stable – one that also manages to ally them to the world’s most popular toy brand.”

Neil Smith (Games Radar)


“Will Arnett’s plastic vigilante delivers more entertainment in the first ten seconds of this Lego spoof than Affleck managed in the entirety of the dour Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”

Andy Lea (Daily Star)

“Yet, in quite remarkable fashion, away from the consistent stream of gags – as a film that takes something of a scattergun approach – this is actually, and arguably, the most intimate study of the eponymous role in the character’s existence.”

Stefan Pape (HeyUGuys)


“As with the first film, it’s the little details and character moments that stay with you. Scenes of Batman alone in his giant super-cave, hunched in front of his microwave and eating dinner alone on a little Rosebud Bat Boat unexpectedly move you in ways LEGO mini figures really shouldn’t.”

Michael Coldwell (Starbust)


As mentioned, this is just a partial list as we expect more reviews to come in once TLBM is in full swing. Are you ready to go Bat-crazy at the cinemas this Friday? Count as in! Thanks to Screen Rant for sharing these pretty neat reviews.

LEGO Certified Professionals Nathan Sawaya and Riccardo Zangelmi Pitches In for The LEGO Batman Movie Premiere.

We’re just a few clicks away before The LEGO Batman Movie opens in theaters worldwide, and thankfully, some of us were blessed enough to join in the premiere night during the weekend. To mark the occasion, LEGO Certified Professionals Nathan Sawaya from Los Angeles and Riccardo Zangelmi in Italy pitched in making the celebrated film truly fitting (pun intended) for the Caped Crusader.

In L.A., Nathan came up with a very cool jacket for DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Consumer Products President, Diane Nelson that will surely make Batman stoked. Nathan’s special creation features a mosaic facade of Batman and Joker in front, and a blue Bat logo at the back as inspired by his previous exhibition, “The Art of the Brick: DC Comics” held in 2015 at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum. Having TLBM as a film that captures all the different shades of the Dark Knight, Nathan’s latest masterpiece is a nod on the classic DC Comics version of Batman and Joker. The specs: Nathan used more than 10,000 LEGO pieces to create this mosaic on top of a black jacket, most of which are 2×2 plates, and took him more than 100 hours to create.

On the other side of the Atlantic, we also have Riccardo Zangelmi paying tribute to the most celebrated crime fighting hero with his own version of Gotham using the first wave of TLBM sets. Setup at the Odeon cinema in Milan, Italy Riccardo came with his own, very chic layout of Gotham City, putting on display the following sets: The Joker Balloon Escape (70900), Mr. Freeze Ice Attack (70901), Catwoman Catcycle Chase (70902), The Riddler Riddle Racer (70903), Clayface Splat Attack (70904), The Batmobile (70905), The Joker Notorious Lowrider (70906), Killer Croc Tail-Gator (70907), The Scuttler (70908), and Batcave Break-In (70909). The large scale backdrop is very impressive in itself, with all of the TLBM sets given a piece of the action as shown in the film. Undoubtedly, everything is absolutely awesome in this in this brick-built diorama.

The LEGO Batman Movie will hit theaters worldwide this Friday, February 10 and is expected to be equally awesome than its predecessor, The LEGO Movie. Thanks to The Brick Fan and Zusammengebaut for sharing the details on these great pieces of brick-built art.

The LEGO Ninjago Movie – A First Look at Our Ninjas 2.0

LEGO and Warner Bros. are now cranking up the promotions for their next cinematic collaboration, hoping to catch on the wave of success that The LEGO Batman Movie is enjoying. The LEGO Ninjago Movie follows the coming of age of our young heroes as they now enter what could be the most gruelling challenge of their lives – coping with high school and family discord. Following through yesterday’s promise of USA Today Life, we now have our first look of the celebrated ninjas of the LEGO Ninjago world. As it seems, our martial arts youngsters all sport new costumes and hairstyles to complement their development (assuming that minifigures can actually grow up). Take a look at their version 2.0.

The LEGO Ninjago Movie features an alternative storyline as compared to that of the animated series. The film features a ragtag group of young ninjas with Kai (Michael Pena), Nya (Abbi Jacobson), Jay (Kumail Nanjiani), Lloyd (Dave Franco), Zane (Zach Woods), and Cole (Fred Armisen). Lord Garmadon (played by Justin Theroux) will prove to be a daunting adversary for our young heroes and he is as intimidating as he can be, as he was revealed by USA Today yesterday. Having him as Lloyd’s father in the film doesn’t make things easier for our ninjas, especially considering that he is also Master Wu’s (Jackie Chan) brother. Whatever the case is, we can expect a great deal of twists and turns, coupled with superb brick-built action, adventure, and LEGO’s unique brand of humor.


The LEGO Ninjago Movie is set to debut in theaters on September 22, 2017 with the first official trailer to be released anytime soon.

LEGO Dimensions Wave 8 Now Available for Pre-Order Via Amazon.

LEGO has already unveiled its full collection of LEGO Dimensions Wave 8 Packs, and here’s your chance to pre-order them via Amazon and have them right at your doorsteps once they are released on May 9. Click on the links below to know more about Amazon’s promos on this latest wave of LEGO Dimensions packs.


LEGO Dimensions Chase McCain Fun Pack (71266) – $11.99 via Amazon


  • Help stop crime in the LEGO Dimensions multiverse with LEGO City’s Chase McCain.
  • Build and place Chase on the LEGO Toy Pad to bring him to life in the game.
  • Use his LEGO City Detective Scanner to track down bad guys and change his disguise to unlock more abilities.
  • Unlock the LEGO City Adventure World to explore new areas like Blackwell’s moonbase and the LEGO City Police Department, and the Battle Arena to compete with up to 4 of your friends.
  • Build Chase’s Police Helicopter to fire off bolts, then rebuild it into the Police Hovercraft and Police Plance for additional in-game abilities.
  • Includes Chase McCain and Police Chopper.


LEGO Dimensions The Goonies Level Pack (71267) – $29.99 via Amazon


  • Help Sloth and Chunk escape the Fratelli hideout and join the rest of the Goonies on their search for One Eyed Willy’s treasure.
  • Make a break from the Fratelli family as they chase you through the pirate ship, but don’t forget to dodge the traps!
  • Build Sloth and use his Super Strength to smash through walls.
  • For extra fun, play as Chunk and use his infamous Truffle Shuffle.
  • Hop on to One-Eyed Willy’s Pirate Ship when you need a ride or play the Skeleton Organ to make your way out of the caves.
  • Rebuild One-Eyed Willy’s Pirate Ship into Fanged Fortune and the Inferno Cannon, and the Skeleton Organ into Skeleton Jukebox and Skele-Turkey for added game play.
  • Explore Mikey’s House, Inferno Cove, and the Goon Docks in the Goonies Adventure World, and compete with up to 4 of your friends in the Goonies Battle Arena.
  • Includes Sloth, Skeleton Organ and Pirate Ship.


LEGO Dimensions Hermione Granger Fun Pack (71348) – $11.99 via Amazon


  • Continue your wizarding adventures in LEGO Dimensions with your very own Hermione Granger Fun Pack.
  • Build and place Hermione on the LEGO Toy Pad to bring her to life in the game where she can cast Wingardium Leviosa to levitate objects and Lumos to light up dark places.
  • Unlock the Adventure World to explore locations in Hogwarts, Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley, and the Battle Arena to play any of the 4 Battle Modes.
  • Build Buckbeak and use his Stomp Attack to smash Silver LEGO bricks, then rebuild him into the Giant Owl and the Fierce Falcon for additional in-game abilities.
  • Includes Hermione and Buckbeak.

Here’s What We Know About the LEGO Star Wars Summer Sets From the Nuremberg Toy Fair 2017.

This year’s Nuremberg Toy Fair in Germany is now on its 4th day, and though we can’t be there personally to join in the festivities, we have Promo Bricks to thank for, in providing us with an inside look of the action as more and more reveals are unveiled by LEGO. If you were keeping tabs with our previous Nuremberg post last Tuesday, you may have noticed something quite obvious. German LEGO fan site Zusammengebaut who were also present during the opening day of the Toy Fair, has also noted the stringent rules that LEGO’s booth organizers have in place on certain themes on display. This is particularly true when it comes to their Star Wars summer collection where photography of the said sets was strictly prohibited. Thankfully, those who managed to be on the scene to witness the unveiling of these LEGO Star Wars sets were allowed to narrate what they saw. Here’s how Promo Bricks puts it based on a rough Google translate.

According to Christian of PB, this year’s LEGO Star Wars summer sets may be categorized into three subthemes: The Force Awakens, The Freemaker Adventures, and the classic Star Wars sets. These sets were also mentioned in our previous post wherein they were regarded as rumors back then.

The Force Awakens

Jakku Quadjumper (75178) –59.99€

This humble starship was the first choice of ride for Rey and Finn, until First Order forces decided it’s better to have it stay on the ground and be a part of it – for good. The set comes with the minifigure versions of Rey, Finn, BB-8, a First Order Stormtrooper and another unnamed minifig.


Rathtar Escape (75180) – 89.99€

This set has certain play features which can be probably compared to that of Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorium (76060). The Rathtar Escape (75180) plays out on a portion of Han Solo’s freighter, the Eravana where two of these much feared Rathars escaped from their confinement. The minifigures included in this set are: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Bala-Tik and three members of the Guavian Death Gang


First Order Transport Speeder Battle Pack (75166) – 14.99€

This Battle Pack offers two First Order Stormtroopers, Officer and Flame / Snow Trooper minifigures. They come with a kind of armed transport platform.


The Freemaker Adventures

Tracker I (75185) – 69.99€

According to firsthand accounts, the Tracker 1 seems to have a strong resemblance to the equally imposing TIE-Interceptor. Minifigs included with the Tracker 1 are: an unnamed lightsaber-wielding figure, the Imperator, and an Ithorian.


The Arrowhead (75186) – 89.99€

This set seems to be the largest set on display under the Freemaker subtheme. The Arrowhead follows a relatively large, minimalistic design. On the whole the ship is said to be about half a meter long. There are five figures, including RO-GR, the reprogrammed combat droid of the Freemakers.


Classic LEGO Star Wars sets

Darth Vader Transformation (75183) – 29.99€

This one is clearly a remake of set 7251 from last 2005. It shows the transformation of the seriously injured Anakin Skywalker into the iconic Darth Vader. Though there are more details to this newer set compared to the previous one. Set 75183 has the minifigures of the Emperor together with Darth Vader, and a wounded Anakin.


Bounty Hunter Speeder Bike Battle Pack (75167) – 14.99€

Most LEGO Star Wars fans have been clamoring for these for ages. Thankfully, our prayers have been answered. For the first time ever, LEGO releases a set of minifigs dedicated to the legendary bounty hunters of the galaxy. Included together with the Speeder Bike are minifigures of Bossk, Dengar, IG-88 and 4-LOM.


Republic Fighter Tank (75182) – 29.99€

Another remake, this time of 2008’s set 7679, only in a slightly smaller scale. There are four minifigures that comes with newer Republic Fighter Tank: two Combat Droids, a Clone pilot, and a female Jedi.


Stormtrooper Commander (75531) – 24.99€

Following the likes of Clone-Commander Cody (75108) and the First-Order Stormtrooper (75114), LEGO finally brings forth a Stormtrooper Commander buildable figure.


Scout Trooper with Speederbike (75532) – 54.99€

Promo Bricks describes this set as a REALLY big one. The buildable Scout Trooper itself is of scale in proportion to that of its speeder bike from Episode 6. The bike is covered with panels in brown, and can be mounted on a stand of Technic beams.


Advent Calendar with 8 Minifigures (75184) – 29.99€

Same as in previous Toy Fairs, the Advent Calendar is shown in Nuremberg, even though we’re still very far from Christmas. Here are some of the minifigs and characters that Promo Bricks can identify within the Advent Calendar: BB8 with Nikolausmütze, a built Luggabeast, Teedo, AT-DP, Millenium Falcon, Kylo Rens Shuttle, First Order Snowtrooper, First Order Stormtrooper, sleigh, Y-Wing and various other figures (A total of eight) and other smaller models.


Thankfully, we’re a couple of weeks away before the Toy Fair season goes back to New York. By then, we hope to see all of these sets in the brick. So be sure to stay tuned here in the Brick Show for more up-to-the minute Toy Fair news and other surprises.