Two More ‘Lego Movie’ Films Are On The Way

Animation fans, rejoice. Warner Bros. have unveiled a schedule for all of their DC movies through 2020, and in the process they have shared two more dates reserved for future Lego Movie films. According to the list, those dates are 2018 and 2019.

We already know that the next Lego film, Ninjago, will open on September 23, 2016 and The Lego Movie 2 sometime in 2017, but The Hollywood Reporter reports that those additional two dates are for different Lego movies. It’s unclear if they’re sequels or spinoffs, especially given the dates are so far away, but Warner Bros. is eager to shorten the distance between The Lego Movie and The Lego Movie 2.

If Warner Bros. sticks to their schedule, this means the studio will put out a new Lego film each Memorial Day for three consecutive years. Considering The Lego Movie made $408 million more than it cost to make, it’s in their best interest to stay on track.

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