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14 November 2013  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Warner Bros.

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Following the slow drip feed of character posters for the film, today the team behind The Lego Movie is ready to go big (and not home) with the latest main one-sheet image featuring everyone together. You can see the collected character shots lower down the page (including latest additions Wyldstyle and Emmet) and the one-sheet is below.

The Lego Movie finds a band of rebels trying to fight against the dictatorial designs of Lord Business (Will Ferrell), who believes that every part of the plastic universe should abide by his rules and all minifigs should know their place.

They recruit a seemingly ordinary everyfig named Emmet (Chris Pratt), whom they believe is special, and destined to lead them to victory. Sadly for everyone involved, it appears that Emmet is the single most ordinary citizen of the Lego dimension. He’ll need to trust in the likes of Vitruvius (Morgan Freeman) Wyldstyle (Elizabeth Banks) and even Batman (Will Arnett) to help him realise his destiny. Assuming it is his destiny. They’re all a little unclear on that front.

With 21 Jump Street’s Chris Miller and Phil Lord calling the shots and the likes of Liam Neeson, Channing Tatum, Cobie Smulders, Alison Brie, Jonah Hill, Charlie Day and Nick Offerman among those providing their voices, The Lego Movie is out on February 14. The latest trailer is below. 

 


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