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.
A few years ago, no one would have thought that the most anticipated solo Batman movie would be a Lego one. But that’s the power of not only The Lego Movie, which introduced him, but Will Arnett’s gravely voice, which makes him real.
The Lego Batman Movie was one of the biggest surprise announcements to come out of the success of The Lego Movie. Now the first pics are here, and the movie looks just as fun as its predecessor. I mean, just look at his happy little Lego face!
Update: The Hollywood Reporter says, while the initial reports were Mariah Carey was playing Commissioner Gordon, she’s in fact playing the mayor of Gotham City, which is much less exciting. Original story follows, with some minor edits to take this into consideration
Lego Batman gets a butler. Tim Miller discusses which mutants could have been part of Deadpool. Andrew Kreisberg teases Cyborg Superman on Supergirl. Greg Nicotero thinks it’s unlikely a certain Walking Dead character will ever lose a limb. Plus, details on Rob Thomas’ new sci-fi show on The CW. Spoilers Now!
Rachel McAdams may be playing a version of Night Nurse in Doctor Strange—but not the one you expected. Rosario Dawson joins Lego Batman. Will the new X-Men show Legion tie into the films? Plus, sneak peeks at tonight’s Gotham and Blindspot, and set pictures from Kong: Skull Island. Behold, Spoilers!
Sure, lots of people are looking forward to seeing Ben Affleck and Jared Leto playing the new Batman and Joker, but there’s another pair of actors who’ll soon portray the characters on the big screen. They’ll be in The Lego Batman Movie, which will be out on February 10, 2017.
Get another teasing look at Neil Blomkamp’s Alien movie. Lego Batman casts its Boy Wonder. The Flash casts a wrestling star as a supervillain. Plus, how Grimm’s next season will change the series, an animated teaser for X-Files’ return, and footage from The Expanse, Fantastic Four and more. Behold, Spoilers!
We know who’s writing Captain Marvel. Find out when we’re getting the next Transformers movie. See Captain America: Civil War set photos, and cool posters for Batman v. Superman, Fantastic Four and Tomorrowland. Could Diggle suit up in the next season of Arrow? Plus, Robin Lord Taylor talks Gotham. So many spoilers!
When Batman fights Superman, Batman uses his cunning to plan for Superman's every move and exploit his weaknesses. But The LEGO Movie's version of Batman isn't quite as clever as his comic and live-action counterparts, so when he battles LEGO Superman, things are a bit...sillier.
The Lego Batman spinoff from The Lego Movie is going to be amazing, because not only will it star Will Arnett's amazing Bat-voice, but also because the film will recognize every film iteration of Batman from the past.
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.
It's Halloween week, and in addition to the spooky episodes of the usual TV shows, we've picked out some horror-themed movies you can catch on TV. Plus, LEGO Batman has a new adventure, Jake and Finn return for a haunted Adventure Time, and a Walking Dead clip hints at a major mystery.
And there's a surprising new rumor about the Justice League movie's villain. Keanu Reeves reveals trippy scenes from Bill and Ted 3's script. The X-Men live-action TV show might star Days of Future Past's Quicksilver. And Daredevil casts a bunch of key roles. Spoilers now!
Cue up the Bat-metal! Will Arnett will be reprising his role as the self-important Batman from The LEGO Movie for his very own plastic adventure. And the script is being penned by the author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter.
Good lord. Maybe this massive Lego set doesn't have quite the beauty of the Lego Rivendell we recently showed you, but what it lacks in artistry is more than makes up for in animatronics and a massive assortment of Bat-villains.
It wasn't the change that anyone was expecting. When Friday's rumors of a resignation within DC Comics' upper management hit the nets, everyone was thinking executive editor Dan DiDio. But instead, it was Senior VP of Business Development John Nee. Shockwaves felt around the industry tended to be of the confused,…