Pictures of a new Lego Movie Ninjago set have been unveiled in a toysrus set, showing a pretty nice perspective of one of the small size box (70610 – it has no official name yet…) that will make part of the new set list.
The exact piece count is not available but it is possible to see the set features a small and detailed brown boat, a sort of submarine with a central oval cockpit with some weapons nearby and four long chains right below. The number of mini-figures is also considerable: four and looking at the picture, they’ll be Jay, two ninjago villains and a civil.
A list, from Brickset database, with the official set names of the new Lego Ninjago Movie has been surfing today in the internet, showing ten new sets, some of them already known for a while, like for instance the Fire Mech (70615) or the Green Ninja Mech Dragon (70612).
AS you can see below, the set range is not complete, so probably a few more sets will be announced and I must say that I’m quite curious to see the official pictures of some of them as well, of course, the Lego Ninjago Movie. The sets should be available next September when the movie hits theatres.
The first Ninjago Movie trailer has just been unveiled, giving a very interesting look, not only about the movie itself but most of all about all the potential about new vehicles, features, scenarios and mini-figures.
Staring Dave Franco, Justin Theroux, Fred Armisen, Abbi Jacobson, Olivia Munn, Kumail Nanjiani, Michael Peña, Zach Woods and Jackie Chan as the voices of the main characters, Lloyd (Green Ninja) and Lord Garmadon seem to have an important role in the battle for Ninjago City.
An exclusive trailer of the new Lego Movie has been published on Facebook and the result couldn’t be better. With Will Ferrell, Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson, Will Arnett, Elizabeth Banks, Nick Offerman, Alison Brie and Chris Pratt, it is planned to be on cinemas next Februrary 14th.
Easily, in this 2.22m trailer, we can identify old mini-figures, new and exclusive (don’t forget that the new series 12 of collectable mini-figures is based on it) characters, sets from different themes including the new movie wave that will be on stores next year and of course a bunch of action and diversion, typical of this kind of movies.
Rumors are gladly reporting that Ninjago will be presented by Warner Brothers with a new movie somewhere in a close future! The details for now aren’t much but it’s quite pleasant to see that there might be planes for one of the most popular Lego theme.
Comingsoon.net has extra information and reports among other things Brothers Dan and Kevin Hageman (who worked on the Lego Movie and Ninjago’s series in Cartoon Network) will be responsible for its screen play as well as that the new movie will go on different direction that the series background.