I know that Paul is extra excited too since he is a big LEGO fan. It's funny because I only found out about his love for LEGO after we got married and we were already dating for six years then, if I found out that he liked LEGO earlier I would have integrated that in the theme of our wedding instead of just Japanese Cherry Blossoms as the theme. Oh well maybe in our future kid's birthday theme :)
When I first saw the trailer for the movie below - I just loved it I mean this is a stop motion/computer animated movie of toys and heroes we all know and love, characters we all grew up with but with the cheesiness aside it's also going to be a fun family movie since it's going to be a big adventure with lots of laughs on the sides for sure. Check out the trailer below!
1947 is the traditional date set for the first LEGO blocks and they have remained significant 66 years later and is now considered one of the most iconic brands today. Despite of all the new toys and video games that have come out over the years, LEGO has maintained its huge following and is enjoyed by generations of children (both actual children and kids at heart).
The story of the movie revolves around Emmet (Chris Pratt) an ordinary LEGO mini figure who is mistaken as the MasterBuilder and joins a quest to stop the evil President Business (Will Ferrel) who is bent on destroying the LEGO universe by gluing it together. Emmet is joined by the tough LEGO chick Wyldstyle (Elizabeth Banks), the old mystic Vitruvius (Mogran Freeman) and Batman (Will Arnett).
The LEGO Movie is set to come out in 2014 and is directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller who also created Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and is distributed by Warner Brothers.
By Ica Cheng