Check Out These Two New Clips And Ten New Posters From ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’!

Posted Thursday, January 5th, 2017 09:00 am GMT -4 by

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2014′s ‘The LEGO Movie’ has no shortage of cool characters and moments – in fact, one might go so far as to say that “Everything is Awesome!” (See what I did there?)  One of the characters to come out of the film with flying colors – well, at least a few different varying shades of gray – was LEGO Batman, voiced by Will Arnett.  Now, in advance of the “solo” outing for LEGO Batman – that would be, of course, his upcoming film ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ – comes a few fun clips that highlight the goofy nature of the blend of superhero and LEGO.  In addition, 10 new posters have been released for the film, showcasing graffiti-ed versions of the superhero and supervillain lineup.

First, the videos!  Here’s one that aired primarily in South Korea and features The Dark Knight having a good time visiting the capital city of Seoul:

Next comes a quick clip from the United Kingdom – namely, an advertisement for wireless/tech company Sky.  Take a peek:

Clearly, the creative team behind ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ want to showcase the goofy and whimsical nature of the film – which is 100% not a bad thing.  In addition to starring Arnett, the movie also features Zach Galifianakis as the voice of The Joker, Michael Cera as the voice of Robin, Ralph Fiennes as the voice of Alfred, and Rosario Dawson as the voice of Batgirl.

Here are the full-sized versions of the new posters for you to take a look at!

‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ opens in US theaters on February 10, 2017.

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Tony Schaab started an online petition to try and get Gilbert Gottfried hired as the voice of B-9, the robot in Netflix’s ‘Lost in Space’ reboot, because – well, c’mon, wouldn’t that just be awesome?  A lover of most things sci-fi and horror, Tony is an author by day and a DJ by night. Come hang out with Tony on Facebook and Twitter to hear him spew semi-funny nonsense and get your opportunity to finally put him in his place.