‘The Lego Movie 4D’ Opens at LEGOLAND California

"The Lego Movie 4D" opens at LEGOLAND California February 6, 2016. Photo courtesy of LEGOLAND.

“The Lego Movie 4D” opens at LEGOLAND California February 6, 2016. Photo courtesy of LEGOLAND.

“The Lego Movie 4D: A New Adventure” opens to the public February 6 at LEGOLAND California.

I previewed the new 12-minute film, so let me tell you all about it.

Emmet, voiced by veteran voice actor A.J. LoCascio, Wildstyle (Elizabeth Banks), MetalBeard (Nick Offerman), with new characters Unikitty (Allison Brie) and Benny (Charlie Day) unveiled at this event, face a brand new adventure when they receive a mysterious invitation to explore a new theme park at LEGOLAND.

But instead of hitting the bricks, the group faces a new challenge: Risky Business. Risky is President Business’  ‘less-expensive’ evil brother, and is voiced by comedian and author Patton Oswalt (known for providing the voice of Remy in “Ratatouille”).

Risky Business is up to no good, and has an evil secret plot up his sleeve. What could it be? When danger strikes Emmet and his group of friends, team work comes in to save the day, and everything is awesome again!

How do they do it? You’ll have to watch the movie to find out!

The fast-paced, interactive 3D film involves wind, water, fog, and lights along with audience participation.

Joshua Wexler, from Pure Imagination Studios, told us during a post-screening Q&A that his favorite part about this movie is when the audience has to help the characters get through their adventure.

Jill Wilfert, Lego Executive Producer, was also present for the screening and gave the audience news about a few exciting upcoming projects.

Lego fans can look forward to “The Lego Batman Movie” and  “Ninjago” coming in 2017. “The Lego Movie 2” will be hitting theaters in 2018. Wilfert also gave us a heads-up on a “Star Wars” related project that’s in the works!

Check out “The Lego Movie 4D” at LEGOLAND Florida and California theme parks this month. “The Lego Movie 4D” will also be shown at Lego Discovery Centers around the world.

Have an awesome day at LEGOLAND!



  1. This sounds adorable! I haven’t been to a Legoland yet but I’d love to go visit one!

    • Suzette Valle says:

      Becky, when out kids were young, we were annual pass holders and spent many weekends at LEGOLAND. We have such fond memories of these days with out kids. The think we loved the most about the park, is that everything is made with kids 2 to 12 years old in mind — even the bathrooms and counters are low enough for little tikes to reach on their own.
      It’s also a peaceful park because there aren’t any raucous teenagers to speak of 😉 So it’s a nice day all around!

  2. Candy says:

    Big and little kids would have fun. Love Legos.

  3. Oh this sounds fun! I’ve been wanting to visit legoland and see all the fun things. Now you’ve convinced me.

  4. Kiara says:

    My daughter can’t wait to go! We have a Legoland in Kansas City and she loves it!

    • Suzette Valle says:

      Wow! I didn’t know there was a LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Kansas City. They’ll have the Lego Movie 4D there, too!

  5. michelle says:

    i just need to have my little cousin come visit so I don’t look odd as an adult going to Legoland. the lego movie 4d sounds like something that i would like to watch

  6. Anna Winter says:

    Im such a big kid I love legos. I so wanna go to the legoland now.
    Love this post

    • Suzette Valle says:

      Thank you for stopping by to read about LEGOLAND, Anna. Hope you can make it to one of the parks or a Discovery Center soon:)

  7. Bread says:

    I wonder if 4D will give me more or less of a headache than 3D. I love the lego movie.

  8. Holy cow, my son would go bananas over a 4D experience of this movie!!

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