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The Lego Movie

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Here's what we have on Christopher Miller's and Phil Lord's, "The Lego Movie".

PG
100 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

The first-ever full-length theatrical LEGO movie follows Emmet an ordinary, rules-following, perfectly average LEGO minifigure who is mistakenly identified as the most extraordinary person (the MasterBuilder) and the key to saving his LEGO world.

He is drafted into a fellowship of strangers -- including an old mystic (voiced by Morgan Freeman) and LEGO Batman (voiced by Will Arnett) -- on an epic quest to stop an evil tyrant from gluing the universe together -- a journey for which Emmett is hopelessly and hilariously underprepared. Now the fate of the world is in his tiny yellow hands.

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Cast

Notable Cast
Will ArnettWill Arnett...Batman / Bruce Wayne
Elizabeth BanksElizabeth Banks...Wyldstyle / Lucy
Craig BerryCraig Berry...Blake
Alison BrieAlison Brie...Unikitty
David BurrowsDavid Burrows...Octan Robot
Anthony DanielsAnthony Daniels...C-3PO
Charlie DayCharlie Day...Benny
Amanda FarinosAmanda Farinos...Mom
Keith FergusonKeith Ferguson...Han Solo
Will FerrellWill Ferrell...Lord Business
Will ForteWill Forte...Abraham Lincoln
Dave FrancoDave Franco...Wally
Morgan FreemanMorgan Freeman...Vitruvius
Todd HansenTodd Hansen...Gandalf
Jonah HillJonah Hill...Green Lantern
Jake JohnsonJake Johnson...Barry
Keegan-Michael KeyKeegan-Michael Key...Foreman Jim
Kelly LaffertyKelly Lafferty...Lord Business' Assistant
Chris McKayChris McKay...Larry the Barista
Christopher MillerChristopher Miller...TV Presenter
Graham MillerGraham Miller...Duplo
Liam NeesonLiam Neeson...Bad Cop / Good Cop / Pa Cop
Doug NicholasDoug Nicholas...Surfer Dave
Shaquille O'NealShaquille O'Neal...Shaq
Nick OffermanNick Offerman...Metal Beard
Chris PaluszekChris Paluszek...Robot Foreman
Chris PrattChris Pratt...Emmet Brickowski
Chris RomanoChris Romano...Joe
Jadon SandJadon Sand...Finn
Cobie SmuldersCobie Smulders...Wonder Woman
Melissa SturmMelissa Sturm...Gail / Ma Cop
Jorma TacconeJorma Taccone...Shakespeare
Channing TatumChanning Tatum...Superman
Billy Dee WilliamsBilly Dee Williams...Lando
Leiki VeskimetsLeiki Veskimets...Computer

Writers

Screenwriters
Chris MillerChris Miller...Written by
Phil LordPhil Lord...Written by

Awards

Notable Wins
Phil Lord, Christopher Miller...Best Animated Film
Phil Lord, Christopher Miller...Best Animated Feature Film

Box Office Data

(2014) U.S. Dollars
Budget...$60,000,000
Opening weekend...$69,050,279
Gross (US & Canada)...$257,760,692
Gross (World)...$468,060,692

Sources

Additional Content
Cast Photos...IMDb
Box Office...IMDb Pro
Poster...Official Site
Awards...41st Saturn Awards
Awards...68th British Academy Film Awards
Studio...Warner Bros.
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