Once upon a time, all you had to do to avoid spoilers was simply not talk to people who had already seen the movie. Then the internet came along and paparazzi crawled out of the ground and bloggers began trying to one up each other and suddenly you couldn't even go to the bathroom without accidentally learning the plot point of some upcoming blockbuster.
And now even your toys are trying to spoil things for you, as Empire is reporting that the latest releases from LEGO totally give away half the plot of "Iron Man 3."
Our toys. At long last, is nothing truly sacred any more? Get More »
Building a successful franchise is no easy task, but when it comes to the big screen adaptation of "Lego," the pieces are really coming together, as Screen Rant is reporting that Elizabeth Banks and Morgan Freeman have joined the project as voice talent.
Looks like they are about to literally redefine "blockbuster." Get More »
Sometimes it can be really hard to avoid spoilers.
You can stop reading your Facebook feed, block text messages from friends you know can't keep a secret and quickly change the channel whenever Mario Lopez appears. But somehow, some way, those spoilers will find a way to get you, sometimes in the most unlikely ways.
Back in December, we reported about the Lego company piecing together the rights to Peter Jackson's "Lord of the Rings" and "Hobbit" movies for use in their toy playsets.
Now The Hollywood Reporter has your first look at the initial wave of Lego figures based on the filmic versions of J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved characters.
While the prequel toys aren't scheduled to drop until closer to the December release of "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," these pics show characters from Jackson's original trilogy including all members of the Fellowship, from Gandalf to Gimli. Get More »
Disney must have really taken a shine to MTV's all-LEGO version of their "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" trailer, since they commissioned YouTube wunderkind Patrick Boivin to give their new Pixar release the blocky treatment.
The "Cars 2" video he created is somehow even more charming and funny than the real trailer, especially since he combines the handcrafted look with gorgeous animation and camerawork. This shot-for-shot version will undoubtedly pave the way for even more films to be creatively LEGO-ized, including "Straw Dogs," "Paranormal Activity 3" and "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" ater this year. Get More »
After we brought you the summer's 10 biggest movies in LEGO form, we thought we wouldn't be talking about our favorite childhood toy for a least another few months.
Then we saw this.
MTV has faithfully and painstakingly recreated the trailer to "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" with LEGOs, complete with mermaid waters, Blackbeard and sneers from unshaven, grizzled faces. The level of detail involved in this is somewhat scary. Get More »
Ahoy! It's the Captain of the Black Pearl... as a LEGO!
This here Jack Sparrow sculpture, at six feet tall and comprised of 150,000 LEGO bricks, was unveiled at Disney’s sneak preview event celebrating toys inspired by "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides."
Aye, mateys, there are no limits to what can be accomplished when Disney and LEGO join forces. It took a total of 200 hours to assemble the Captain... and perhaps a few bottles of rum as well. Get More »