A live-action/animation mash-up. To be released in 3D.
The Hollywood Reporter says that Lord and Miller first gained approval from Warner Bros., then flew to Bricks by the Bay, the Lego convention in Fremont, California, to pitch their idea to Lego executives. At first, Warner's and Lego were unsure if they wanted a live-action or an animated film, so the two directors came up with a scenario combining both techniques.
This film will incorporate some of the LEGO world's most popular figures while introducing several new characters, inviting fans who have enjoyed the brand's innovative toys and hugely popular video games for generations to experience their visually unique LEGO world as never seen before.
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