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Watch: Endearing & Amusing "Blooper Reel" From 'The Lego Movie'

The Playlist By Edward Davis | The Playlist February 13, 2014 at 6:11PM

The unstoppable “Lego Movie” grossed a whopping $69 million in its opening weekend—second all-time for a February release, behind “The Passion of the Christ”—should hit $100 million worldwide this weekend and looks like it will have long, long legs for repeat viewings.
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The Lego Movie

The unstoppable “Lego Moviegrossed a whopping $69 million in its opening weekend—second all-time for a February release, behind “The Passion of the Christ”—should hit $100 million worldwide this weekend and looks like it will have long, long legs for repeat viewings.

To keep the marketing blitz going, Warner Bros. have released a meta-like “blooper reel” for the “Lego Movie” which is obviously winky-winky, but clever considering animation is planned out in advance and can’t really have traditional bloopers. Running two and half minutes, most of the bloopers are devoted to Will Arnett as the arrogant and inept Batman and Chris Pratt as the lead Lego character Emmett.

Directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (“Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” and “21 Jump Street”), "Lego Movie" already has a sequel in the works, though it’s unclear if the directing duo will come back. For reasons why—these two being savvy types and all—read our Discuss: Is The Success Of 'The Lego Movie' To Be Celebrated...Or Feared? feature. Though we suppose even a totally insipid and watered-down sequel couldn’t be as bad as Fox News hilarious reading and complaints about the film. Check out the blooper reel below.

This article is related to: Lego Movie, The Lego Movie 2, Phil Lord and Chris Miller


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