The Lego Movie: Enough Material for Alternate Cut
The Lego Movie started to sensationally good reviews as a big success in US cinemas last week. And while other markets still have to wait (partly until mid April), in some territories the Blu-ray release is already in sight. And that might offer fans something that is quite rare among movies that are made for children.
In an interview with Collider, the directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller did not only share the info that they have a lot of deleted scenes left but that those could also find their way in the form of an alternate version of the movie as a bonus. It would feature different gags and they'd be happy if that could be done for the home video release. This is similar to the situation of Anchorman 2.
A release date for the US Blu-ray has not yet been set, but you can already pre-order it at Amazon.com.
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