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"Lego: The motion Picture" Will Appear in 3D in February 2014

LEGO: The Motion Picture, originally named LEGO: The Piece of Resistance, is a Warner Bros. Pictures stereoscopic 3D movie scheduled for theaters on February 7, 2014. It's said to be a cross of live action and animation.

The plot is not officially revealed, however... in 2012, Phil Lord said: "It is the story of a young man who doesn't have a creative bone in his body and he has to always build things from the instructions, he's an 'instructions worker'. In the LEGO city, they build buildings, and it turns out in this universe it's illegal to build apart from the instructions. So what he finds out is that he's actually [a] descendant from these like super creative Jedi-type people who are called 'Master Builders' and he has been charged with saving the universe from being frozen together by an evil bad guy, so over the course of the movie he has to unlearn all of that lame-o, uncreative stuff and learn how to build without all of the instructions in order to save the universe."

Chris Patt will do the voice of the main LEGO minifigure character along with, among other actors, Morgan Freeman, Channing Tatum, Liam Neeson, and Elisabeth Banks.


LEGO Movie on IGN News

Story of a long in the making movie

The plans to develop the movie were revealed in August 2009. In June 2010 it was reported that Phil Lord and Chris Miller were going to write and direct the movie. In November 11, 2011 it was revealed that the release of the film will be in 2014 and it would be developed by the Australian company Animal Logic. In March 2012, Phil Lord and Chris Miller stated a possible working title could be "LEGO: The Piece of Resistance" and that story development, character design, and casting would begin shortly. "In the 3 to 4 months, hopefully," Phil Lord stated. Read more in