The Lego Movie

The Lego Movie (stylized as The LEGO Movie) is a 2014 American-Australian computer animated adventure comedy film directed and co-written by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, and starring the voices of Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Nick Offerman, Alison Brie, Charlie Day, Liam Neeson, and Morgan Freeman. Based mainly on the Lego line of construction toys, the film tells the story of an ordinary Lego minifigure named Emmet prophesied to save the Lego universe from the tyrannical Lord Business. It was released theatrically on February 7, 2014.
Posts about The Lego Movie
  • The Lego Model: How to Build Your Social Brand

    … It seems to me that there is one universal truth in this world: Everyone loves, has loved or is nostalgic for Lego. From the incredible success of The Lego Movie, to the product enjoying decades of success, not to mention the successful video games in a variety of genres, Lego may now be more relevant than at any point since it launched…

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  • Mobile Game Roundup: Puzzle Pets, Eggmaster and More

    … As another week comes to a close, mobile application stores have been updated with a slew of new games to entertain us this weekend, and into the weeks beyond. Here’s a look at a few of the games released this week. The Witcher Battle Arena (Free on iOS, Android) — CD Projekt Red‘s and Fuero Games’ multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game…

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  • Oscar Snubs Dominate Twitter Conversations

    … as an error that speaks to the issue of two groups traditionally underrepresented in Academy Award voting. The Lego Movie had 57 percent as much “Oscar snub” related consumption as Selma. Jennifer Aniston had 39 percent as much “Oscar snub” related consumption. Gillian Flynn had 17 percent as much “Oscar snub” consumption. The #OscarsSoWhite…

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  • This Week in Digital…

    … numerous sites had a screenshot of the embarrassing mistake. And Finally… This week saw the announcement of the 2015 Academy Awards nominations and much to the distress of the world The Lego Movie has missed out. The Internet responded badly to the news of the film being left off the list and instead the Oscar for Best Animated Feature will go…

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  • The Best Branded Content of 2014

    … brands truly taking up the challenge of becoming media companies, we’re talking about companies like Net-a-Porter. After all, Porter’s digital counterpart, The Edit, reaches over 6 million visitors each month. Lego: The LEGO Movie New rule: If your content marketing makes over $450 million, you get an automatic spot on the “Best Branded Content…

    Joe Lazauskas/ The Content Strategistin Content YouTube- 22 readers -
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