Batman Makes Wedding Plans In New Lego Movie 2 Teaser

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Last year, Batman's wedding to Catwoman didn't exactly work out in the DC Universe. However, it looks like another version of the Dark Knight might tie the knot later this year.

In the latest teaser trailer for Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, Chris Pratt’s Emmet and the rest of the film's cast take a backseat as  Lego Batman makes wedding plans and appears to get married to the shape-shifting Queen Watevera Wa-Nabi from the Systar System.

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Although Will Arnett’s Lego Batman calls himself a “Bat-chelor” in the trailer, it looks like the legendarily single “Man of Bats” is going to get hitched to Tiffany Haddish's alien queen.

After being taken against his will with other Master Builders from the post-apocalyptic Bricksburg, Batman seems resistant at first. But when the Queen announces the ceremony will have bats released instead of doves, Batman smiles as he declares “This chick really gets me.” Trading his traditionally black and grey costume for a wedding-themed outfit accompanied with a flame guitar, we see the couple mid-ceremony talking about how much they like each other as a young star vomits rainbows and Emmet comments on  everything with “ Okay, that’s adorable.”

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Batman originally starred in The Lego Movie in 2014 and his own spin-off The Lego Batman Movie in 2017. The Lego Batman Movie opened to positive reviews and grossed $312 million at the box office, with a sequel reportedly in the works.

Directed by Mike Mitchel, The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part reunites Chris Pratt as Emmet, Elizabeth Banks as Lucy (aka Wyldstyle), Will Arnett as Batman, Nick Offerman as Metal Beard and Alison Brie as Unikitty. They're joined by Tiffany Haddish as Queen Watevra Wa-Nab, Stephanie Beatriz as Sweet Mayhem and Arturo Castro as Ice Cream Cone. The film opens on February 8.

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