With Rogue One: A Star Wars Story hitting theaters in a mere seven months, it’s certainly too late for Lucasfilm to change the medium by which the film was made. But a Lego version of the movie’s first teaser trailer is so good, you’ve got to think this movie, in Lego, could have been simply incredible.
Sure, to us, Chewie, Groot and Hodor might be communicating in nonsensical languages, but what if these characters could actually understand each other? Turns out, they'd head to Mos Eisley for a supportive get-together according to Brotherhood Workshop's latest Lego short.
Yesterday, I shared an awesome example of what pure stop-motion looks like. Today, a funny Lego video by the Brotherhood Workshop that shows what they can do by mixing together traditional stop motion with some green screen and special effects. What would happen if your boss told you to off yourself in the name of…
LEGO Batman was always pretty secure in the fact that he was much cooler and darker than everyone else in The LEGO Movie, especially Emmet. But when Emmet turns into another character played by Chris Pratt—Guardians of the Galaxy's Star-Lord—Batman finally feels a twinge of jealousy.
Some might think that Peter Jackson's the Hobbit movies are just too long. For those with a shorter attention span, The Brotherhood Workshop has put together a 72 second video that pretty much tells the whole story of the J. R. R. Tolkien novel that the movies are based on. They really did nail it.
Don't have time to sit through all three of Peter Jackson's almost-three-hour-a-piece Hobbit movies? Then watch this newest video from the Brotherhood Workshop, which chronicles the entirety of Bilbo's grand adventure in a mere 72 seconds, but, frankly, is just as epic.
What happens when the galaxy's greatest anti-heroes meet up for a drink? They talk about how dumb it is to wait until bad guys shoot at them before returning fire, naturally.
While we're waiting for Peter Jackson's big-budget return to Middle Earth, stop-motion filmmakers Brotherhood Workshop are giving us a Tolkien adaptation that may lack big stars but more than makes up for it in plastic minifigs. In this installment, Orcs lay siege to Helm's Deep, where Legolas has a little bit of…