Recently, The Lego Batman Movie had just been released, earning positive reviews. With that, the possibilities for more lego movies just keep rising. And we had a few we wouldn’t mind seeing.
Why have a movie about Luke Skywalker or Han Solo again when you can have a Lego Darth Vader Movie instead? It could be interesting to see a lego story on the heavy-breathing Dark Jedi, especially with Lego movies being comedic in nature. And why not cast Hayden Christensen as the voice actor while we’re at it, so the man could finally get a little redemption. Just don’t include any sand; he hates it.
We’ve already got Voldemort in the Lego Batman movie, why not his nemesis, Harry Potter? From fancy wizard battles to the wonderful game of Quidditch, it would be magical experience to see the Wizarding World in the Legoverse.
This adorable little unicorn-cat hybrid first appeared in The Lego Movie, helping Emmet and his friends during the battle against Lord Business. But beware, behind all that cuteness, Unikitty is a one gigantic fireball waiting to explode.
The Simpsons are one of the longest running shows in TV history, and one of the funniest might we add. They already have Lego sets anyway, so an adaption of the series should be a piece of cake.
Since we got a Batman movie, how about a Superman movie too? We already have Channing Tatum voicing it anyway. Though it might lead to a Lego version of Batman v. Superman, which could go wrong, but still, why not? Tell that to Zod’s snapped neck.
Everyone always wants to see the Justice League, but how about a Lego version of Teen Titans? Robin’s own team of superheroes do have fascinating history in the DC universe. With its animated success on TV, it’s a guaranteed sure hit at the box office.
There’s a bit of hesitance writing Deadpool into this, considering that Deadpool has a lot of…adult themes. Nonetheless he’s a very comedic character and it certainly goes hand in hand with Lego’s lighthearted themes. An R-18 Lego Movie? Yes, please.
While the live action movie wasn’t necessarily a success, perhaps a life in the Legoverse could change this unfortunate situation. After all, Suicide Squad is a tad lighter compared to other DC material, making it a lot easier for it to be self-aware of its infamous cinematic verasion. Hopefully, no reshoots would occur.–ERNEST TO GOODNESS