With the exception of those new photos the other day, we haven’t seen much on director Paul Feig’s upcoming Ghostbusters reboot. While most summer movies have at least provided a teaser trailer by now, we still don’t know much about this new ghost busting adventure...
Toy block company LEGO runs an online program called LEGO Ideas, where anyone is free to make a profile and use it to design new sets of their own imagining. It works almost like a Kickstarter for LEGOs: the crowd can submit their own concepts for new products, and if they’re able to rally enough support around their proposed project from their fellow users, then the top brass at LEGO will actuall
By now we've seen 'The Simpsons' tackling a number of pop-culture funhouse mirrors of themselves, from the recent 'Family Guy' crossover to last season's LEGO installment, and this year's "Treehouse of Horror" is no different. Watch Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart and Maggie meet not only their Tracey Ullman counterparts, but countless more parodying anime, 'Adventure Time,' 'Archer' and more from last night's Halloween special!
Legos are everywhere.
There's the Star Wars Legos.
Soon, there will be a Lego movie with Seth Rogen.
There was even a Lego Blues Brothers car chase re-creation done with Legos. Awesome!
Now, there's a new Lego picture site that makes old album covers with Legos!
We only know a few things about the person who made this, and these are things we've deduced. They own a lot of LEGOs. They have an ENORMOUS room. They also have a lot of spare time and patience. And they don't mind the sound of plastic clanking together...
A while back we reported on a very cool 'Back to the Future' LEGO set concept, where fans submit their ideas for new LEGO sets in hopes of seeing those sets become reality. And the results are in -- the 'Back to the Future' LEGO set has been approved and is coming next year!
The title says it all! An epic battle for control of the universe, all done with LEGO's. These videos are all over YouTube, and this one is just getting started, having over 33,000 hits in less than a day!
What could be better than working at Legoland? Pulling a Lego prank on your boss, of course.
Employees at Legoland California built a full-sized replica of general manager Peter Rochetti’s car out of the colorful blocks. Made out of 201,076 Lego pieces and weighing in at 2,934 pounds, the copy is an almost identical likeness to Rochetti’s Volvo XC60. Watch the caper (and the big cheese’s reaction)