Proving that satire is dead and we live in the dumbest possible universe, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin apologized today for recommending that people go see Lego Batman, a movie he helped produce.
In an interview on Friday, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin made a joke about everyone sending their kids to go see Lego Batman, a movie that he helped produce. So now Senator Ron Wyden, a Democrat from Oregon, is calling for the Office of Government Ethics to investigate Mnuchin for violating ethics rules. It’s…
If you saw The Lego Batman Movie this past weekend, then you might’ve realized that the voice of the Batcomputer was none other than Siri, the digital voice command assistant found in Apple consumer electronics products. Well, if you’ve got an iPhone, Siri will turn into the Batcomputer if you say the magic words.
The idea of a Lego movie seems so simple. There’s a world where Lego characters can talk, have adventures, and that’s it. Well, 2014's The Lego Movie blew that notion away by introducing both a Lego world and a human world. Now it seems, with The Lego Batman Movie, that’s just the start of an intricate Lego Cinematic…
Would you recognize the grimy, gravelly voice of the snap-brick Dark Knight if you got a weird-ass phone call asking about an inventory of playthings? Two employees at a British toy store sure didn’t.
Behold, the closest thing that the Arrow-verse is going to get to a Batman crossover.
While it’s hard to imagine anything that could reach the infectious, earworm-y highs of The Lego Movie’s ‘Everything is Awesome’, some newly-released tracks from The Lego Batman Movie try very hard. And also allegedly feature Alfred Pennyworth shredding a guitar in a rather radical fashion.
Batman’s total adoration of Bat-things is well known at this point, but The Lego Batman Movie is taking it to a whole new level in this clip, which has more rad Bat-vehicles than you can shake a Bat-stick at.
A lot of things look good about The Lego Batman Movie—whether it’s the film itself or the Lego sets. But I think my favorite thing about it is this new Bane “mini” figure that’s actually hulking, and it’s spine-tinglingly brilliant.
In case a movie featuring the Lego versions of Batman and company wasn’t already pushing the envelope for absurdity, we now have a “behind the scenes” video where the Lego figures explain why they made the movie. The fourth wall isn’t so much broken as it is twisted into a Möbius strip.
The Lego Batman Movie hits theaters in less than a month’s time, and to help ramp up the film’s marketing blitz, Lego teamed up with Chevrolet to build a life-sized version of the Dark Knight’s latest Batmobile out of mostly plastic bricks—some 344,187 of them to be exact.
A surprising DC hero and villain meet for lunch. Spider-Man’s Tom Holland puts in an unexpected mask in an unexpected place. Plus, a clue about the future of Ghostbusters, the DC/CW names the Legion of Doom, and The Librarians continues to delight us with its insanity. Out stockings were stuffed with spoilers, and…
LEGO Batman’s Twitter recently shared a short clip where Batman teases the end of his retelling of The Night Before Christmas, and now I’ve got to hear the rest. For crying out loud, Batman, Marvel gave us 10 hours of superhero fireplaces. Step up your game!
Oh hell yes, Lego Batman Movie.
Plus, director Scott Garrison is thinking ahead to the Doctor Strange sequel. Some Batman rumors you didn’t know existed get shot down. We have out first look at Orphan Black’s fifth and final season. Plus The Punisher TV series, Aquaman, and more. Spoilers, Ho!
The Lego Batman Movie has a new poster, and it looks like Batman made a stop at Hot Topic for some inspirational t-shirt quotes.
This movie may be too good to actually exist. Will Arnett’s gloriously self-absorbed Batman. Michael Cera is an amazing loony Boy Wonder. For the Penguin’s sake, Robin literally throws his tights in Batman’s face. Everything about this Lego Batman Movie trailer is, as they say, awesome.
We’ll be seeing more from the Lego Batman Movie at Comic-Con this week, but we’ve now got our first look at characters in the film beyond Will Arnett’s goofy Dark Knight—and they’re looking a little different from their usual incarnations.
We’re going to have to wait a bit longer to see The Lego Movie 2. Warner Brothers has shuffled their upcoming film slate, pushing the movie back a year to 2019.
We’re all psyched for The Lego Batman Movie. It’s Lego, it’s Batman, and the trailers have been wonderful. At CinemaCon 2016, Warner Bros. showed a nice long clip from the film, and it centered on the genius way Robin is introduced to this world.