The name of The Lego Movie Sequel has inventivaly been named; 'The Lego Movie Sequel'. Thank you movie gods, It was already on the 'to-watch' list before I had finished watching the first movie.
With a haul of $468m worldwide, The Lego Movie was one of 2014’s most successful animated movies – and one of its best-loved, for its madcap energy and a surprisingly irreverent tone given it was promoting a toy company. Its success has prompted no less than three further films: one based on the Ninjago product line, another on the Lego Batman figure voiced by Will Arnett, and an official sequel. The latter has now got an official title – The Lego Movie Sequel – and Rob Schrab attached as director. It’s Schrab’s first feature film in the director’s chair, following his work on TV comedies like The Sarah Silverman Program, Community and The Mindy Project; he also wrote the animated film Monster House. The first film’s directors, Philip Lord and Christopher Miller, stay on as writers and producers.