Welcome to The LEGO Movie 2, a perfect sequel where everything come in pieces!

Explore the film below to find out all about its characters, some awesome facts, and so much more...

'The LEGO Movie 2' reunites the heroes of Bricksburg in an all new action-packed adventure to save their beloved city. It's been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: LEGO DUPLO invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than they can rebuild.

The battle to defeat them and restore harmony to the LEGO universe will take Emmet, Lucy, Batman and their friends to faraway, unexplored worlds, including a strange galaxy where everything is a musical...


    The most positive and optimistic guy in town, if not the universe, Emmet has remained annoyingly cheery since the dramatic events of TACO Tuesday five years earlier. Chris Pratt channels the dopey, wide-eyed innocence of his Parks & Rec character Andy.

    He still thinks everything is awesome – skipping and singing his way through life, distracted by anything shiny and hopefully wishing on shooting stars – even when he’s faced with his home town of Bricksburg being turned into Apocalypseburg, as it’s destroyed by aliens more quickly than it can be rebuilt.
  • LUCY

    She’s the kick-ass heroine and strong leader that does all the work and never gets the credit. In the dark days since TACO Tuesday, Lucy has only become more determined to fight for what she believes in – she isn’t afraid to make the hard decisions and say exactly what she thinks.

    Cutting one-liners are Elizabeth Banks’ forte, and Lucy isn’t short on sarcasm and dry remarks. In the new world, coffee is “the bitter liquid that provides the only semblance of pleasure left in these dark times”.

    A night-stalking, crime-fighting vigilante and heavy metal rapping machine. Super Hero. Master Builder. Batman is all this and much more.

    Equipped with a utility belt packed with Batarangs, grappling guns and other useful inventions, and backed by a Batcave full of cutting-edge vehicles and Batsuits for every occasion, Batman has sworn to forever defend the world against all crooks and villains. He also has a really sweet music career going – thanks for asking

    As the powerful shape-shifting queen who rules the Systar System, Tiffany Haddish brings her stand-up comedy background into play as a pile of bricks full of attitude, who can rebuild herself into any form to suit her needs – from a sad cello, an angry dinosaur, or a grumpy volcano to a cheerful car, a happy butterfly or a colourful rocket.

    When Lucy meets her she is in the form of a beautiful horse, but it’s not long before she shifts into a multi-limbed and eyed monster. She likes to keep her sidekicks Sweet Mayhem, Disney Princess lookalike Susan and Banarnar (a giant banana) close and summons characters from different realms to take part in secret rituals – nobody knows what they’re for, but you can bet it’s not good.

    The masked space pilot is second-in-command to Queen Watevra Wa’Nabi. She may have a cute outfit, but just like Beatriz’s sardonic Rosa on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, she’s self-assured and super tough.

    Nothing is quite what it seems in the Systar Dimension, particularly her spaceship that shoots sparkly ammunition of stickers and love hearts that squeak out adorable messages before exploding. She’s accompanied on missions by Heart and Star, who look equally sweet, but are impressive hunters. Don’t underestimate Sweet Mayhem or her friends – most interactions with this evil minidoll are likely to turn sour.
  • REX

    Rex is the super-cool, confident hero Emmet wishes he could be. A galaxy-defending (a wink to Pratt’s Guardians of the Galaxy character) archaeologist (a wink to rumours he would take over as Indiana Jones), cowboy (a nudge to his Magnificent Seven role) and raptor trainer (a nudge to his character in Jurassic World), he flies alongside his raptors in a pimped-out spaceship he’s modestly named the Rexcelsior.

    In terms of personality he’s almost the polar opposite to Emmet – he’s bold, brash, experienced in the ways of the universe – and about as sexy as 1½ inches (of plastic) can be.

10 Awesome Facts


The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part is the fourth film in the brilliant Lego franchise following 2014’s The Lego Movie and 2017’s The Lego Batman Movie and The Lego Ninjago Movie.


All the A-list vocal stars from the first film are back including Chris Pratt as Emmet Brickowski, Elizabeth Banks as Lucy/Wyldstyle and Will Arnett as Bruce Wayne/Batman.


This sensational sequel also features several big-name additions including Tiffany Haddish (Girls Trip) as Queen Watevra Wa-Nabi, Stephanie Beatriz (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) as General Sweet Mayhem and Maya Rudolph (Bridesmaids) as Mom.


As well as the loveable Emmet, Chris Pratt voices a hilarious new character named Rex Dangervest. “A galaxy-defending archaeologist, cowboy and raptor trainer” (to quote Rex himself), this stubbled saviour is an amalgamation of Pratt’s most famous roles, including Owen in Jurassic World, Star-Lord in the MCU and Josh Faraday in The Magnificent Seven, and also a reference to rumours that Pratt was once in the running to play a young Indiana Jones. 



Just like the first movie, this sequel is stuffed with in-jokes and references including nods to such classic movies as Mad Max, Planet of the Apes and Star Wars. Lucy even has a new hand like Imperator Furiosa in Fury Road.


Said phonetically, Watevra Wa-Nabi sounds a lot like “Whatever-I-Want-To-Be”, which is definitely deliberate as the character is capable of becoming any shape she desires.


At one point in the film Emmet and Rex visit a galaxy where everything is musical.


Rex Dangervest’s awesome spaceship is designed to resemble a crunched fist ready to punch. As if that wasn’t cool enough, the ship is also co-piloted by velociraptors.


In a cute coincidence, Stephanie Beatriz, who voices Sweet Mayhem, got the signature scar on her right eyebrow after tripping on some Lego as a kid.


The Lego Movie 2 is directed by Trolls’ Mike Mitchell and first-timer Trisha Gum, with Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (who co-wrote and directed the first Lego movie) returning as writers.

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