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2 minutes ago, Vindicare said:

I don’t remember seeing Officer Toque in the first one?! Drat...now I have to rewatch it for the 9,000th time. Having those other characters show up does make you wonder about the relationship. I suppose both kids could simply have the same sets/minifigs(although they did use the old Ninjago look for nameless Lloyd). Or we’re overthinking the connection & the team just thought it’d be fun to put all those characters in. :tongue: 

Looking back, you also said the double decker couch was in Ninjago, where?

I should of made myself more clear, Officer Toque isn't in the first one I was referring to you saying he's in TLM2. 

Though the live action casts of both films COULD just so happen to have the same Minifigures, similar builds and plot elements it's just more fun (and less contrived) to assume their just friends 

The double decker couch appears when Cole's docking his mech right after Garmadon's first invasion 

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2 hours ago, Renny The Spaceman said:

I should of made myself more clear, Officer Toque isn't in the first one I was referring to you saying he's in TLM2. 

Though the live action casts of both films COULD just so happen to have the same Minifigures, similar builds and plot elements it's just more fun (and less contrived) to assume their just friends 

The double decker couch appears when Cole's docking his mech right after Garmadon's first invasion 

Ah, I see now, I misread that bit. Oh yeah, it’s definitely more fun to imagine them as friends instead of kids who bought the same sets. It just expands on the universe WB is building here. I’ll have to watch Ninjago again. These movies are like a “Where’s Waldo?”book.

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3 hours ago, Renny The Spaceman said:

THEY'RE just friends 

Get it right past Renny

11 minutes ago, Vindicare said:

I’ll have to watch Ninjago again. These movies are like a “Where’s Waldo?”book.

I know the feeling

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This is a rather "out-there" suggestion, one that doesn't really have much to do with WB's cinematic LEGO universe; but, what if Phil Lord and Chris Miller were able to incorporate LEGO Spider-Man into one of Into the Spider-Verse's inevitable sequels/spin-offs, due to their association with all the Lego movies so far? :shrug_oh_well:

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1 hour ago, Digger of Bricks said:

This is a rather "out-there" suggestion, one that doesn't really have much to do with WB's cinematic LEGO universe; but, what if Phil Lord and Chris Miller were able to incorporate LEGO Spider-Man into one of Into the Spider-Verse's inevitable sequels/spin-offs, due to their association with all the Lego movies so far? :shrug_oh_well:

I have not seen that movie but that does seem interesting.

Now coming back to the LEGO movie universe, I wonder that is it possible to have a The Lego Clutch Powers Movie" or have him as a main character in a LEGO movie sequel? Would be pretty cool if these stuffs happens! Though the Adventures of Clutch Powers was by Universal...

Just some wishful thinking.

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20 hours ago, JJ Tong (zfogshooterz) said:

I have not seen that movie but that does seem interesting.

When you can, please do! It's a great movie by itself irrespective of whether or not one's seen or read any Spider-Man related media beforehand. Oh, and much like The Lego Movie & Company, it's a visual stunner as far as animated movies go! :sweet:

21 hours ago, JJ Tong (zfogshooterz) said:

Now coming back to the LEGO movie universe, I wonder that is it possible to have a The Lego Clutch Powers Movie" or have him as a main character in a LEGO movie sequel? Would be pretty cool if these stuffs happens! Though the Adventures of Clutch Powers was by Universal...

Just some wishful thinking.

I honestly can't see him making any sort of imprint on WB's cinematic LEGO universe beyond an Easter egg/cameo.

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So the current head of WB is out and this could be make or break for the LEGOVERSE, either 

A) The new boss sees the franchises as one of WB's big boys and greenlights a future entry

Or

B) They see the past two films as proof that they never should of made this one of their "three pillars" and the franchise gets the can 'till 10-15 years down the line we get a TLM3 to capitalise on nostalgia  

 

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Ok, LEGO is clearly not one of WB "big boys". Tha's for sure

Their big boy is and always will be DC

Then Harry Potter (but JK really needs to go and live under a rock or something)

After that, they could have some smaller franchises, but nothing big enough to be considered a "big boy"

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9 hours ago, Robert8 said:

Ok, LEGO is clearly not one of WB "big boys". Tha's for sure

Their big boy is and always will be DC

Then Harry Potter (but JK really needs to go and live under a rock or something)

After that, they could have some smaller franchises, but nothing big enough to be considered a "big boy"

I was referring to when in 2015 WB said the three pillars of their brand were WW, DC and LEGO. Whether you agree or not it was clear that at least for a time WB considered them a 'Big Boy' 

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