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Three More LEGO Movie 2 Sets Revealed

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LEGO has taken to their social media channels to reveal three new sets from The LEGO Movie 2.

These sets reference scenes that are not seen in the trailers so depending on your level of acceptance of spoilers you may want to avoid these pics for now.

Having seen the movie I can say that they don’t reveal any twists or give away any critical plot points.

These sets aren’t listed on the Australian website just yet so I don’t have any local pricing or release dates.

You can find the details of the sets below.

Here’s All The Cinemas Doing Preview Screenings of The LEGO Movie 2 This Weekend

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As a metaphorical olive branch to those of us angry about The LEGO Movie 2′s official release date of March 21st, Roadshow are running a series of special preview screenings this weekend (Febuary 9th & 10th).

These dates line up perfectly with the official US release and should help us all avoid the horror of spoilers.

I have got in touch with Roadshow and they were kind enough to provide the below list of all the cinemas running preview screenings. Hopefully this will help you find somewhere near you.

Competition: Win A Full Set of The LEGO Movie 2 Minifigures

The LEGO Movie 2 collectable minifigure series is officially out now, and if you’ve read my review then you’ll know that I am a big fan of the entire series.

Thanks to the LEGO community engagement team sending me a full box, I happen to have enough figures to share a little bit of the minifigure awesomeness with you.

I am giving away a full set of all 20 minifigures to one lucky Bricking Around reader. All you need to do to be in the draw is enter your details in the form below.

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Announcing 70840 Welcome to Apocalypseburg!

The LEGO Ninjago Movie lead to two large sets that were both absolutely fantastic and it seems that The LEGO Movie 2 is following in the same footsteps with this outstanding looking set.

Introducing 70840 Welcome to Apocalypseburg!

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The set features Apocalypseburg, as seen in the trailers for the film. This post-apocalyptic setting features a Planet of the Apes inspired Statue of Liberty setting with a whole bunch of fun additions such as the Coffee Unchained coffee shop. There is also Scribble Cop’s office, armory, barber’s/tattoo parlor, Lucy’s hideout, Fuse’s workshop, rooftop diner, gym, spa and lookout platforms.

Filling out the set are 12 amazing minifigures. There’s post-apocalyptic versions of heaps of characters from the LEGO Movie, including a battle hardened “Where are my pants?” guy and chainsaw Dave (formely surfer Dave).

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The set will officially be released on January 16th online with an Australian RRP of $499.99.

Read on for a heap of additional pictures and the official press release.

The LEGO Movie 2: New Trailer! New Sets!

A heap of new information has been revealed about The LEGO Movie 2 overnight, including a heap of new sets.

First up, here’s the new trailer featuring new characters including Rex Dangervest.

Now on to all these awesome looking new sets. These are all up on the Australian online store, so we actual have local pricing. These sets are officially released on December 26th, so we should be seeing them in-store around then too.

10895 Emmet and Lucy’s Visitors from the DUPLO® Planet – $44.99

70820 LEGO® Movie Maker – $79.99

70821 Emmet and Benny’s ‘Build and Fix’ Workshop! – $29.99

Your First Look At The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part

The LEGO Movie Facebook page has just shared this first look at the highly anticipated LEGO Movie sequel.

The poster for the film has also been revealed.

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What do you think so far? I’m liking the post-apocalyptic setting. That could lead to some interesting sets.

The LEGO Movie Sequel Gets A Name and Logo

The official title of the highly anticipated LEGO Movie sequel has been revealed on social media overnight, along with a fancy logo.

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The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part is scheduled for release in February 2019, but from past experience I am not going to be at all surprised if it is further delayed here in Australia.

What do you think of the name and logo? I like that the logo built on the first one, that’s what LEGO is all about.