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Nintendo Switch Tech Tips Horizon: Zero Dawn Tips Switch Micro SD Cards 6 gifs from the Lego Batman Movie trailer that prove it's the Lego Movie sequel we need There are two ways to look at The Lego Batman Movie: 1) as a Batman movie made out of Lego, or 2) as a sequel/spinoff of The Lego Movie that just happens to star Batman. I dunno about you, but I'm quite a bit more excited for the latter interpretation, and this new trailer from Warner Bros. is full of moments that make me think it could be even funnier than its hilarious predecessor. Batman can never find the right TV input eitherThe BAT-KAYAKReggae Man - pants = RobinJoker makes the best sad puppy faceThat hairAnd, duh, it's got Lego buildingDirected by Chris McKay and featuring the voices of Will Arnett, Zach Galifianakis, Rosario Dawson, Ralph Fiennes, Mariah Carey, The Lego Batman Movie opens in the UK and US on February 10, 2017.Seen something newsworthy? The spin-off from 2014's The Lego Movie will be released in February 2017

The new trailer for The Lego Batman Movie has been released. The film is a spin-off from 2014’s The Lego Movie, and features the voice of Will Arnett as the eponymous protagonist, as well as Zach Galifianakis (The Joker), Michael Cera (Robin), Rosario Dawson (Batgirl), and Ralph Fiennes (Alfred Pennyworth). Mariah Carey will also lend her voice to proceedings, playing the role of the Mayor of Gotham City. The film is scheduled for a release date of February 10, 2017, and a new trailer – the third teaser to be released so far – for the film was unveiled over the weekend at Comic-Con in San Diego. Watch the trailer below. The Lego Batman Movie is the first of three Lego-based films in the works. It will be followed by Ninjago, a Ninja-themed spin-off which will arrive on September 22, 2017, and then The Lego Movie Sequel, which is due on May 8, 2018. Released in 2014, The Lego Movie was a surprise smash for Warner Bros, raking in more than $468million (£301million) at the box office worldwide.

TwitterPlot Summary:A sequel to the original 3D computer animated film, which follows Emmet, an ordinary, rules-following, perfectly average LEGO minifigure who is mistakenly identified as the most extraordinary person and the key to saving the world. He is drafted into a fellowship of strangers on an epic quest to stop an evil tyrant, a journey for which Emmet is hopelessly and hilariously underprepared.When "The Lego Movie" was announced, folks were skeptical. The idea of a film based entirely around a child's plaything seemed like a two-hour commercial at best. But then Phil Lord and Christopher Miller's movie debuted and you could hear the collective jaws from audience members around the world hit the floor with a thud. It was funny, fresh, created out of fantastically mesmerizing Lego animation. The movie would go on to gross $469 million worldwide and spark a collection of spinoff films and a sequel. And today we're met with the first teaser trailer for the spinoff movie for Lego Batman, one of the more beloved members of the "Lego Movie" builder bunch voiced by Will Arnett.

Now it's Batman's time to shine in his own feature film, "The Lego Batman Movie." And unlike his current live-action movie counterparts, this Batman is funny. Arnett is back voicing the gravel-voiced, millionaire who loves black, gray and darker gray. Chris McKay, who was animation co-director and editor on the original "Lego Movie," is directing. The footage in this teaser trailer is both completely self-aware and charming, what other franchise could get away with 20 seconds of hot lobster thermidor microwaving action and still come across this endearing? "The Lego Batman Movie" is scheduled to premiere on Feb. 10, 2017. 'Batman v Superman' is not worth your money, many reviews sayReview: 'Batman v Superman,' with Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill, is a gritty superhero showdown Video: Here comes Brainiac in 'Lego DC Comics Super Heroes - Justice League: Cosmic Clash'Lego Friends rooms come to the Legoland Hotel. But how about a new castle hotel too?'Batman v Superman': Full coverage

Latest update: The LEGO Movie Sequel delayed. The LEGO Movie was an unexpected smash hit. It raked in over $450 million worldwide from a production budget of just $60 million, nabbed an Oscar nomination for Best Song (although the Academy did somehow neglect to give it the nod in the Animation category) and inspired enough enthusiasm from Warner Bros. that the studio promptly green-lit four more LEGO-themed cinematic releases. Here’s when you can expect those four LEGO movies in the UK… You don’t need us to tell you that Will Arnett’s Batman was the standout character from The LEGO Movie. From his catchy song lyrics like “Darkness! No parents!” to his undeniable skills with a Batarang, this Batman Minifig was far more than the hero we deserved. Arnett will lend his voice to the character once more in this spin-off movie. He’ll be joined by a stellar supporting cast consisting of Ralph Fiennes as Alfred, Rosario Dawson as Batgirl, Zach Galifianakis as The Joker and Michael Cera as Robin.

Mariah Carey will also appear, as the Mayor of Gotham. This one’s not too far off, so hopefully we’ll have a trailer to share with you soon. Robot Chicken regular Chris McKay is directing from a script by Dark Shadows and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter scribe Seth Grahame-Smith. Further reading: LEGO Batman movie trailers, images Although it doesn’t have a precise UK release date yet, we know that the Ninjago film will reach American cinemas on 22nd September 2017. When we get the exact UK date, we’ll be sure to update this article. If you’re unfamiliar, Ninjago is a line of Ninja-themed products that LEGO has been producing since 2011. Martial artist Minifigs are pitted against dragons, ghosts and an array of other evil opponents (including evil ninjas, of course). So far, the cast hasn’t been announced for the Ninjago movie, but we know that Charlie Bean – who’s directed the Tron: Uprising animated series and worked in the art department on several animated giants – is set to call the shots.

Further reading: The 12 cinematic universes currently in development Proving that it’s still possible for a major studio to take their time with a sequel to a major blockbuster, we won’t get the imaginatively titled The LEGO Movie Sequel until almost five years after the original came out. It was meant to be a four year gap, but this brick-based sequel recently got pushed back. Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s schedules are too jam packed with Star Wars, superheroes and TV projects to allow them to direct The LEGO Movie Sequel (that job will go to Rob Schrab, who has previously helmed episodes of Community and The Mindy Project), but they are writing the script. We’d expect Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett and many more voices from the first LEGO Movie to return, potentially to be joined by some scary Duplo toys from Finn’s sister’s collection. The UK date isn’t announced yet, but this one will land in US cinemas on 8th February 2019. Further reading: Doctor Who may feature in The LEGO Movie 2

And finally, the latest addition to Warner Bros.’ cinematic LEGO slate is The Billion Brick Race. We don’t know the plot of this one, but we do know that it’s intended for a 24th May 2019 release (we’ll add the UK date when it’s announced). That date could change, though, now that The LEGO Movie Sequel has been pushed back. Jason Segel (who proved his possibly-relevant puppeteering skills during Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and has voiced an animated character before in Despicable Me) and Drew Pearce (who did great writing work on Iron Man 3, and directed the tie-in short All Hail The King) are attached to co-direct and write The Billion Brick Race. Will it be a race in a driving sense, or a race to build something? We don’t know, but we have heard that the pitch from Pearce was apparently enough to ‘excite’ Warner Bros. Further reading: Rian Johnson interview: The Brothers Bloom, Brick (geddit? We’ll update this article as further information about these films – and any other LEGO-themed movies that Warner Bros. put into production – comes to light.