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Major Building Block In Place For THE LEGO MOVIE Sequel – A Script

Major Building Block In Place For THE LEGO MOVIE Sequel – A Script

Everything is awesome
Everything will be totally awesome again
Everything is awesome
When you get a sequel

[Editor’s Note: Wow.]

The LEGO Movie, the film you couldn’t believe was as good as it was, the film you couldn’t believe you loved as much as you did, the film that placed a song in your head that will live there forever and start playing the second you hear the word “awesome,” now has a script for it’s much anticipated follow-up.

One of the film’s co-writers, Chris Miller, tweeted out that the first draft is complete and it has been passed in.

Miller is writing the sequel with his creative partner, Phil Lord. The two wrote and directed the first film, but Rob Schrab (Community) will direct the sequel instead.

Miller and Lord are incredibly active these days, with some of their workload including being executive producers on the other LEGO movies, The LEGO Batman Movie (2017) and the ninja-themed Ninjago (2016), writing the Han Solo anthology movie, and producing Fox’s Last Man On Earth.

What can we expect from the LEGO Movie sequel? Well, Miller and Lord have already talked about wanting to have more female characters, and Miller told Empire  the film will take place four years later (fitting since it will open in 2018, four years after the first movie) and might have Emmet suffering from an existential crisis that comes from traveling to an alternate dimension.

What would you like to see from the sequel? Construct your thoughts in our comments section below.


HT: EW
Image: Warner Brothers

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