The LEGO Movie revealed itself as a meta-exploration into the mind of a child, and all the delightful adventures and characters found therein. For their next trick, co-directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller are going even further, doubling up on their storytelling style to tell the tale from two entirely different perspectives.
Ghostbusters (and LEGO) fans, rejoice! After first announcing the official Ghostbusters firehouse set a couple of weeks ago, LEGO has revealed a whole bunch of photos from the pricey new set, proving that your $350 investment will be totally worth it. Not only do you get the firehouse and a collection of ghosts to bust, but you also get mini figs of the Ghostbusters team and some of your favorite supporting characters.
A recent study has shown that the faces of Lego characters are expressing a wider array of emotions than they used to, you know, since they used to only be happy. Anger, confusion, deceptively neutral -- all are making appearances.
The Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory in Louisville, Ky. recently opened its 'Big Leagues, Little Bricks' exhibition. The installation features the work of several artists who have built LEGO replicas of Miller Park, Wrigley Field, Marlins Park, Yankee Stadium and PNC Park...