Who’s got the power? They got the power. The assembling minds behind “The LEGO Movie”, “The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part”, and “The Powerpuff Girls Movie” and Daron Nefcy, the creator of “Star vs. the Forces of Evil” take you to the first crossover film in the franchise, “The LEGO Movie 3: A Powerpuff Adventure”.
Emmet and Lucy are looking forward to start a family. But when Kingpin and the other Marvel Villains threaten to destroy Syspocalypstar, Ninjago City, and Gotham City in a new evil lair on the other side of New York City, the pair is forced to team up with their friends, including the Powerpuff Girls, to stop the super weapon.
Reprising their roles from the previous films of the franchise are Chris Pratt (“Avengers: Endgame”) as Emmet, Elizabeth Banks (the “Pitch Perfect” films) as Wyldstyle, Will Arnett (“Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears A Who!”) as LEGO Batman, Alison Brie (“The Little Hours”) as Princess Unikitty, Nick Offerman (“Hotel Transylvania 2”) as MetalBeard, Charlie Day (“Monsters University”) as Benny, Tiffany Haddish (“The Secret Life of Pets 2”) as Queen Watevra Wa’Nabi, Michael Cera (“The LEGO Batman Movie”) as Robin, Rosario Dawson (“Ratchet and Clank”) as Batgirl, Ralph Fiennes (“Kubo and the Two Strings”) as Alfred Pennyworth, and Stephanie Beatriz (“Ice Age: Collision Course”) as Sweet Mayhem. Joining the cast are Amanda Leighton (“Trolls: The Beat Goes On”) as Blossom, Kristen Li (“OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes”) as Bubbles, Natalie Palamides (“Freaks of Nature”) as Buttercup, Olivia Olson (“Adventure Time”) as Bliss, Kevin Hart (“Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie”) as Puppycorn, Seth Rogen (“Sausage Party”, “This Is The End”) as Hawkodile, Kate Micucci (“Rio 2”) as Dr. Fox, Steven Wright ("The Emoji Movie") as Richard, Eric Bauza (“Breadwinners”) as Master Frown, H. Michael Croner (“Craig Of The Creek”) as Brock, Kevin James (“Barnyard: The Original Party Animals”) as Iron Man, and Tom Holland (“Spider-Man: Far From Home”, "Spies In Disguise") as Spider-Man.
The recurring cast includes Richard Ayoade (“The Boxtrolls”) as Ice Cream Cone, Sean Hayes (“Igor”) as Iron Fist, Beck Bennett (“Sing”) as Flaminga, Wang Leehom (“UglyDolls”) as Lenny, Jim Gaffigan (“Playmobil: The Movie”) as Kenny, Ariel Fournier (who voiced Mandee in the Loud House episode “Everybody Loves Leni”) as Jenny, Noel Fielding (“Twelve Forever”) as Balthazar, Ben Schwartz (“Sonic the Hedgehog”) as Banarnar, Dove Cameron (“Descendants: Wicked World”) as Susan, John Cena (“Ferdinand”, "Bumblebee", "Playing With Fire", "Fast & Furious 9") as Agent Coulson, Mark Wahlberg (“Transformers: The Last Knight”) as Captain America, James Corden (“Trolls World Tour”, “The Emoji Movie”, “Smallfoot”) as Thor, and Jacob Tremblay (“Wonder”, “Good Boys”). Reprising their roles from “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse” are Hailee Steinfeld, Kimiko Glenn, John Mulaney, Nicholas Cage, Shameik Moore, Liev Schreiber, and Mahershala Ali as, respectively, Spider-Gwen, Peni Parker, Spider-Ham, Spider-Man Noir, Miles Morales, Kingpin, and Prowler. The Fantastic Four’s voice cast consists of Steve Zahn (“Chicken Little”) as Mr. Fantastic, John DiMaggio (who voiced Flip in the “Loud House” episode “The Loudest Thanksgiving”) as the Thing, and Chloë Grace Moretz and Finn Wolfhard (“The Addams Family”) as, respectively, Invisible Woman and Human Torch.
Reprising their roles from “The LEGO Ninjago Movie” are Jackie Chan (“Kung Fu Panda 3”) as Master Wu, Justin Theurox ("Megamind") as Garmadon, Dave Franco (“Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising”) as Lloyd, Olivia Munn (“Ocean's 8”) as Koko, Michael Peña (“My Little Pony: The Movie”) as Kai, Fred Armisen (TV's “The Looney Tunes Show”) as Cole, Kumail Nanjani (“Dolittle”) as Jay, Abbi Jacobson (“Connected”) as Nya, and Zach Woods (“Silicon Valley”, "The Angry Birds Movie 2") as Zane.
The film is directed by Daron Nefcy (“Star vs. the Forces of Evil”) and produced by Dan Lin, Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, and Roy Lee, the team behind the LEGO film franchise since “The LEGO Movie”, and Matt Braly (“Amphibia”, “Gravity Falls”). The screenplay is written by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, story by Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, and Matthew Fogel, based on “The Powerpuff Girls” created by Craig McCracken, and LEGO Construction Toys. Trisha Gum is the animation director.
The executive producers are Jill Wilfert, Keith Malone, and Matthew Ashton, with Daron Nefcy, Alex Hirsch (the creator of “Gravity Falls”), Ed Skudder, and Lynn Wang (“Unikitty!”). Thurop Van Orman (“The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack”, “Adventure Time”) is one of the production designers as well as Kevin Sullivan, Karla Sakas Shropshire, and Miguel Puga (“The Loud House”, “The Casagrandes”). David Burrows and Claire Knight are the editors. The music is composed by Mark Mothersbaugh (“Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation”).
The film opens in cinemas February 9, 2024, in Real D 3D, Dolby Cinema, and IMAX 3D.
Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Animation Group, New Line Cinema, and Universal Pictures present, in association with Cartoon Network and LEGO System A/S, a Cartoon Network Studios/Rideback/Lord Miller/Vertigo Entertainment Production, “The LEGO Movie 3: A Powerpuff Adventure,” distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and Universal Pictures. This film is rated PG for “mild action and rude humor.”
I liked that President Business was redeemed rather than being killed or imprisoned or stuff like that, but, when redeemed, he instantly gets away with everything he did in the movie.
He killed Vitruvius, destroyed Cloud Cuckoo Land, attempted to murder hundreds of people, he tortured Master Builders, he enslaved hundreds of Master builders for years, he "killed" Good Cop and forced Bad Cop to turn on his own parents, he tried to freeze the entire universe, he put Metalbeard in his current state, and personally attacked Emmet ("You're friends are finished. And my world is almost finished.").
He should have had some form of punishment! Even after he is redeemed, Cloud Cuckoo Land is still gone, Vitruvius is still dead, and Metalbeard is still a cyborg-pirate.
A few things have me a bit concerned if the second LEGO Movie will be good, like if they get an entirely new cast of characters (something that has been done in multiple franchise; Cats and Dogs, Spy Kids, etc.), and if the writers and director do a good job.
So. What do you think? Will it be good or bad?
I think we need to get Emmet to a Class 2. I need help, so can you guys help? I need somebody who has been here for a while and knows how to write descriptions. I've been here for almost a year, but I can't do descriptions that well. If you help, please no quotes. We should stretch his whole page out, and I will even add some images to the sides to help it out.