YouTube and Warner Bros. Pictures have announced that, for the first time ever, viewers can watch “The Lego Movie” in its entirety on the streaming site for free on “Brick Friday,” Nov. 23.
Legoland Florida Resort’s Christmas Bricktacular is back starting Dec. 1, with plenty of Lego builds, holiday treats, and resort-wide live entertainment.
Lego has announced a new themed set that’s sure to be at the top of every “Harry Potter” fan’s wish list: a Hogwarts Castle set, made of 6,020 pieces, making it Lego’s largest “Harry Potter”-themed set to date.
Have you ever dreamed of seeing your name scroll up an end credits scene in a film? Now’s your chance, as Lego is hosting a building competition where the winners will have their photo featured in the end credits of “The Lego Movie 2.”