‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ Clips Feature Villains, Robin’s First Mission & Snake Clowns

The word is out, The LEGO Batman Movie rocks. Now unfortunately that’s not my opinion since I have to wait like everyone else to see this movie when it’s released Friday, but according to critics and many professionals across the country, the spinoff that everyone wanted is a big hit, which comes to surprise.

Since the first trailer debuted, the bricked spinoff focusing on Will Arnett’s insanely loved character from The LEGO Movie has anticipated as any early 2017 movie for months. Not just because of the LEGO version of the Dark Knight, but because of the wacky, but oh so right voice cast assembled and, of course, the way the movie looked through all that glorious footage. Now while a little movie called John Wick: Chapter 2 is and has been on mind for a while now, I’ll be headed out to see what should be a fun and funny movie as soon as I get the chance.

As it’s been described multiple times, The LEGO Batman Movie will focus on one thing, what’s a day in the life of Batman? For the first time in any iteration, we’ll see what it’s like to be the caped crusader behind the scenes, as well as once again seeing him save Gotham City from those who threaten it once again.

With the movie out in just a matter of hours, I’d be wrong if I didn’t mention to watch the following footage with caution! Because I didn’t watch them myself, I don’t know what kind of spoilers or fun footage is revealed. You’ve been warned… How excited are you for this LEGO spinoff? Or is it just not your cup of tea? The LEGO Batman Movie hits theaters everywhere tomorrow and stars Will Arnett as Batman, Zach Galifianakis as The Joker, Rosario Dawson as Batgirl, Michael Cera as Robin, and Ralph Fiennes as Alfred.

The Dark Knight, the Caped Crusader – Batman is the crime fighting vigilante everyone can count on to save the day. When Gotham City is threatened once again, the brooding, heavy-metal rapping machine is forced to work with a new police commissioner and a certain young orphan to save the day. Will he find that working alone isn’t all it’s cracked up to be? Maybe the Dark Knight will learn to work as part of a team, finding new friends and happiness along the way.

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