Director Phil Lord calls The LEGO Movie a classic and applauds his crew's hard work.
LEGO Batman voice actor Will Arnett calls the first bit of action-filled footage "mind-boggling."
The "LEGO Movie" spinoff will address Batman's constant gloom; Steven S. DeKnight says Affleck got a "bad rap" and more.
The LEGO Movie's Chris Miller and Phil Lord explain why they won't be directing the sequel, but are writing the screenplay.
COMIC REEL: Sony Possibly Eyeing Spidey Film From "LEGO Movie" Team; Gunn Dispels "Guardians" Cartoon Rumor
Sony may want Lord and Miller to helm a Spider-Man comedy; James Gunn denies connection to the "Guardians of the Galaxy" cartoon and more.
The collaborators have agreed to write the animated sequel, but there's no word yet as to whether they'll also direct.
A "The Greatest American Hero" series executive produced by "The LEGO Movie" directors Phil Lord & Chris Miller is headed to television.
The newest red band trailer for Phil Lord & Chris Miller's 22 Jump Street features explosions, NSFW language and a grenade in Jonah Hill's pants.
The LEGO Movie and 21 Jump Street duo has reportedly walked away from the Ghostbusters sequel.
The LEGO Movie directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller discuss the challenges of building their film, brick by brick, and how proud they are to be attached to the (false) Masters of the Universe movie rumor.
Chris Pratt's minifigure Emmet is the "Man of Plastic" in the latest teaser for the 3D-animated movie from directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
Will Arnett's Batman introduces the new trailer for The LEGO Movie, the upcoming 3D-animated adventure from the directors of Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs.
Warner Bros.' has released the first trailer for The LEGO Movie, which assembles an all-star cast of minifigures to help stop an evil tyrant from gluing their universe together. The film opens Feb. 7, 2014.
Fox has signed Expendables and Newsroom actor Terry Crews to partner with Andy Samberg in a new pilot from Parks and Recreation's Mike Schur and Dan Goor.
Will Ferrell, Liam Neeson, Nick Offerman and Alison Brie join the cast of Warner Bors. and Roadshow Pictures' CGI-animated LEGO 3D film, which opens Feb. 7.