Lego – The Movie

Standard, 12. 8. 2009, Renington Steele, 6 Kommentare

Nach „Transformers“, „Monopoly“ und weiß nicht was für Toy-Verfilmungen noch anstehen werden, kommt jetzt also endlich die lange überfällige Nachricht eines Lego-Films. It’s about time.

Warner Bros. is building a Lego movie.

The studio and producer Dan Lin have acquired theatrical rights for a motion picture about the timeless toy, and set writers Dan and Kevin Hageman to pen the script.

The live action-CG hybrid is described as a movie set in the world of Lego that centers on the subject of child-like imaginations and examines themes of creativity and teamwork in the manner of “Toy Story.” While the pic will have elements for children, the studio is hoping the film is a four-quadrant play that can also appeal to adults.

In addition to Lin (whose credits include Guy Ritchie’s upcoming “Sherlock Holmes” at Warners), Roy Lee will produce and Stephen Gilchrist will co-produce, while Jill Wilfert will oversee creatively for Lego. Matt Reilly is overseeing for the studio.

It’s toy-mania as Lego becomes next Hollywood target (via Digg)

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6 Kommentare

  • Reply jochen 12. 8. 2009 at 13:10

    jochen likes this.

  • Reply GunGrave 12. 8. 2009 at 13:15

    … hört sich doch gut an… neben Schiffe versenken – The Movie… von mir lange erwartet! ^_^

  • Reply arakiru 12. 8. 2009 at 13:41

    Am Abgrund der Dummheit… Der neue Film von Jaques Bubu. ^^

  • Reply Marco 12. 8. 2009 at 16:37

    Davon gibts doch schon ganz viele bei Youtube… Brickmovies und so *g*

  • Reply Blablub 13. 8. 2009 at 19:41

    @arakiru: Mit Richard Vögler!

  • Reply arakiru 14. 8. 2009 at 10:23

    @Blablub: VOOOGLER, Du Arrrrschloch !!! ;-)

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