Legos are toys loved by all worldwide in both the hands, and sometimes painfully the feet, of children and adults alike around the globe. We have made great scultures or globs of connected cubes out of the interlocking pieces of plastic but the filmmakers took it a step further when they translated legos to the big screen with the first Lego Movie. They are now back again to bring us the eagerly awaited sequel that will pick up right where the first lego film left off.
Chris Pratt and Elizabeth Banks give us their insight into what it is like to be a lego seeing as how there is not real source material to draw from. Both describe how it is an honor to play a toy as timeless and universial as legos and Pratt even tells us how he feels as though he is in a simulation with all the amazing roles he has been given. Banks notes how she wishes he was as sassy as Wyldstyle as well as gives us her own personal poo-filled lego story that costars and audience eat up, as weird as that sounds. The second installment to the lego films comes out in February of next year so for now keep your eyes on the trailers.
Sean Plundeke | Writing Contributor
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