Yahoo Entertainment has an exclusive sneak peek at the "Ant-Man and the Wasp" Lego set that will be available at San Diego Comic-Con.
With the new sequel's release just weeks away, there'a a brick-asaurus invasion closer to home.
To celebrate May the 4th, the Lego Master Builders have constructed a rideable version of the smuggler's signature ship. See how they did it.
Here's your first look at Disney's upcoming animated "Trouble in Wakanda," featuring all your favorite characters.
Master builders took 24 hours to assemble 13,825-brick project to promote the upcoming MCU installment.
Only fans with Jedi-level skills will be able to get their hands on this 300-piece set featuring two iconic characters.
Detailed examination of new 'Star Wars' set reveals some previously unknown details about the upcoming sequel.
Lucasfilm reveals dozens of new products in merchandising blitz, including our best look at Snoke, new Stormtroopers, and lots of cool starships.
Some fans come to San Diego Comic-Con for the star-studded panels. Some come for the cosplay. And some come for the merch — first looks at the goodies here
Yahoo Movies' sneak peek at Lego Justice League sets, based on big-screen action — revealing a few previously unknown plot points, characters, and vehicles
One triumph of The Lego Batman Movie is its ability to simultaneously satirize and celebrate the legacy of the Dark Knight, a rich history spanning eight decades of comic books, TV shows, and, especially, films. From Will Arnett’s Christian Bale-inspired gravelly growl to callbacks to the 1940s serial, The Lego Batman Movie is overstuffed with cinematic references and inside jokes. The pilot immediately calls out the Joker, pointing out how his previous big-screen endeavors were thwarted by the Caped Crusaders, alluding to both 2008’s The Dark Knight and 1989’s Batman.
The new stories feature the voice cast from the original movie, including stars Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel, but in LEGO’s unique animation style. Elsa and Anna set out on an epic adventure to restore the glimmer of the northern lights, which are barely visible in the kingdom of Arendelle. “If the northern lights won’t come to us, then we’ll go to the northern lights!” plucky-as-ever Anna declares.
Rogue One is still 80 days away, but by the end of the week you’ll be able to play way through the newest Star Wars adventure — this Friday is when licensees can officially start selling their latest merchandise, including loads of new toys. To hype their wares, toy makers teamed with Lucasfilm and a group of superfans to create Go Rogue, a series of stop-motion YouTube videos loosely retelling the Rogue One plot (spoiler-free!) with the latest action figures, vehicles, and playsets.
The last time we talked Lego and Rogue One was at San Diego Comic-Con, when we unveiled the life-sized Death Trooper made of the tiny plastic bricks. While you can’t buy that awesome dude in a store, come Sept. 30, there will be several Lego sets available based on the upcoming Star Wars story for your amusement. Yahoo Movies has a look at Lego’s full Rogue One line, which features five different vehicles with minifigures (including a couple characters we know very little about), along with a trio of larger-scale buildable action figures of what are shaping up to be the film’s most marketed characters. Related: First Look at Disney’s ‘Rogue One’ Toys and Role-Playing Gear (Exclusive) See Tons of 'Rogue One’ Toys Revealed in Stop-Motion 'Star Wars’ Clip Hot Wheels Turns ‘Rogue One’ Death Trooper Into a Sweet Ride All photos courtesy of Lego
Artist spends three days on Nick Wilde re-creation; it took a mere fraction of that time for an excited child in China where it was on display to bring it crashing down
Scene from ‘Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales’ “Gambit on Geonosis” that would make Michael Bay proud (Lego/Disney) The decade between Star Wars: The Revenge of the Sith and the can’t-get-here-fast-enough The Force Awakens has been anything but a wasteland for fans wanting to see more adventures featuring their favorite characters. The popular CGI series The Clone Wars and Rebels have expanded the universe. Ewoks have stormtroopers on the run in “Gambit on Geonosis” (Lego/Disney) And the twisted mastermind behind all those shows is Michael Price, an Emmy-winning Simpsons writer, who also co-wrote the never-aired Star Wars: Detours animated series. The latest installment is Droid Tales, which retells the six live-action movies from the skewed perspective of C-3PO and R2-D2, all within a framing story of Artoo being abducted by a mysterious figure.
Disney wrote the playbook on getting fans hooked early. Marvel is no slouch in that department, either. Put them together, and you get… Avenger Tsum Tsums. With Avengers: Age of Ultron on home video, New York Comic Con in full swing, and the holidays on the radar, Disney has rolled out its “Marvel Superhero Spectacular” initiative, a multimedia merchandising blitz that aims to please fans of all ages.
In this latest teaser for the upcoming Lego Dimensions — a toy-based video game intertwining many of the brick purveyor’s key movie and TV licenses — Alison Brie meets-cute with her adorable, though anger-prone, Lego Movie alter ego. The setup: Brie receives a mysterious package containing unassembled pieces. She puts the set together revealing Cloud Cuckoo Land’s reigning princess, Unikitty, (“How cute!” gushes Brie.