Wouldn’t you know that LEGOLAND is at it again, debuting a brand new movie to their fun 4D theater experience!? This time, the movie is something near and dear to my family. It’s The LEGO Movie 4D.
In this cute short movie, all of your favorite characters from the full-length The LEGO Movie are back, only this time they have to save the day when they hear about character Risky Business opening up a theme park that is suspiciously similar to LEGOLAND. 🙂
My kids were ALL over the full-length The LEGO Movie, so they were excited to see what was in store with this shorter adventure. We took a few friends with us and checked it out a few days after it debuted.
They enjoyed this new short movie a lot. They were laughing at the silly characters and the likeness of this new theme park in the movie to the LEGOLAND they were at while watching the movie. There were some funny hidden jokes that parents were laughing at, too. Totally appropriate, but funny (kids aren’t going to laugh at jokes about a budget, no matter how hilarious…let’s be honest). I love when movies have these hidden gems for the grown ups.
We’ve been to LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Grapevine (near Dallas) many times, and the 4D movies are always a crowd favorite with my crew. They love the 3D movie, but there’s the surprise 4th element of effects such as wind, water and more. It’s a fun surprise that they look forward to every time.
Stay and play after the movie to experience the all-new LEGO Star Wars MINILAND Model Display featuring Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.
Here is the official press release about the new movie at LEGOLAND, and be sure to check out the part where they announce some upcoming movies! We can’t wait because we sure do LOVE all things LEGO!
THEY’RE BACK! AND THEY’RE STILL AWESOME!
EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK AT THE LEGO® MOVIE™ 4D A NEW ADVENTURE
Emmet, Wyldstyle and Friends Reunite in All-New, Totally Original, 4D Movie
Debuting Feb. 27 Only at LEGOLAND®
DALLAS, TEXAS (January 5, 2016) – For the first time ever, LEGOLAND® Parks are offering a look
at an exciting new theme park attraction that reunites the stars of “The LEGO® Movie™” in an
all-new story appearing exclusively at LEGOLAND® theme parks and LEGOLAND® Discovery
The 30-second trailer released today gives fans the first glimpse of what happened after the
blockbuster movie, when Emmet, Wyldstyle, Unikitty, MetalBeard and Benny reunite at the
invitation of a shady new character, Risky Business, who plans to open a curious theme park
bearing a suspicious resemblance to LEGOLAND®.
Returning to voice their iconic characters are actors Elizabeth Banks (Wyldstyle), Nick Offerman
(MetalBeard), Charlie Day (Benny) and Alison Brie (Unikitty). Actor, writer and comedian Patton
Oswalt lends his voice to the scheming Risky Business, whose Evil Secret Plot requires the
heroes to call on the Master Builder skills of a surprise ally to save the day.
“The LEGO® Movie™ 4D A New Adventure” premieres Saturday, February 27, 2016 at
LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Dallas/Fort Worth. Included in the price of admission, the short
3D film will play several times a day, with “4D” effects such as wind, water, fog and more
bringing the action bursting off the screen and into the audience.
Los Angeles-based Pure Imagination Studios is creating “The LEGO® Movie™ 4D A New
Adventure” with input from Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the talented writer-directors who
brought “The LEGO® Movie™” to life, along with contributions from Rob Schrab, who is directing
the movie’s eagerly awaited sequel, due in 2018.
Also upcoming for LEGO fans are three more feature films: The as-yet untitled LEGO
BatmanTM opens on February 10, 2017; “NINJAGO,” on September 22, 2017; and “The LEGO
Movie Sequel,” on May 18, 2018.
For more information about “The LEGO® Movie™ 4D A New Adventure,” visit
LEGOLANDDiscoveryCenter.com/dallasfw or call 877-818-1677.
LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Dallas/Fort Worth is located at 3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway Grapevine, Texas 76051.
Attraction Hours: Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.; and
Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. – last admission two hours prior to closing.