This article chronicles the history of the depiction of Lego construction toys in media franchising with emphasis on film and television co-produced by owner The Lego Group.

History

Brickfilms (films using Lego) have existed since the 1970s. In 2003, Lego officially made its first partnership to make films based on its toy property. They chose Bionicle as the property and they made a deal with Miramax to make a trilogy of Bionicle films. After the trilogy ended, a new trilogy based on Bionicle was planned with Universal after the Miramax film contract ended and the first film in the new trilogy would be titled Bionicle: The Legend Reborn. But plans broke down between Lego and Universal, resulting in the fifth film being cancelled. However, a film was later released, entitled Lego: The Adventures of Clutch Powers. The film received positive reviews from fans and critics and, after the DVD release, a sequel was set to star Clutch as the hero again. A short film based on Clutch Powers was later released but a full sequel never materialized.

In the summer of 2009, Lego made a deal with Warner Bros. Pictures to make a film based on its property. It would feature many themes and characters and would be released as the first Lego film in cinemas. In 2009, Lego also planned the concept for the now successful theme Lego Ninjago. In 2011, Lego released a TV series titled Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu. In 2012, the untitled Lego film was titled Lego: The Piece of Resistance. Meanwhile, the Ninjago series achieved popularity. A video game based on the show was later released and the show reached its planned conclusion after a two-year run.

A new show titled Legends of Chima aired in January 2013 and was intended to be Ninjago's successor. The show received mixed reviews, however, with Lego fans instead demanding the return of Ninjago. Lego eventually gave into fan demands and revived Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu in 2014 with a new season. Ninjago continued to release 1–2 seasons every year. The "Piece of Resistance" film would be renamed The Lego Movie by Warner Bros. and was released in February 2014. Due to the success of the film, a Ninjago film was announced to be released in 2017, and a Lego Movie sequel was announced to be released in 2018. In 2014, Mixels also debuted. In late 2015, Nexo Knights was introduced, replacing Legends of Chima.

In late 2016, Ninjago released a Halloween TV special for its five-year anniversary. On 10 February 2017, a spin-off film of The Lego Movie titled The Lego Batman Movie was released in theatres.

On 22 September 2017, The Lego Ninjago Movie was released in theatres, which was based on the characters of the Ninjago series, but was not connected to the events in the television show.

An additional film with Warner Bros named "Billion Brick Race" was planned, but cancelled in 2018 for unknown reasons. Little is known about what the film was supposed to be, with the exception of some concept artwork shared by the Director, Jorge Gutierrez.

In March 2019, Ninjago released an 88-minute TV movie called March of the Oni on Cartoon Network, which also celebrated the 100th episode of the show. The show reached its 11th year of airing having released season 15 in 2022.

In April 2020, Universal Pictures announced it had established a five-year deal for exclusive rights for the production of further Lego movies with The Lego Group; the four existing Lego films made by Warner Bros. (The Lego Movie, The Lego Movie 2, The Lego Batman Movie, and The Lego Ninjago Movie) would stay with that studio. This move potentially allows Universal to make Lego films based on its own catalog of properties such as Jurassic Park, Fast & Furious and Despicable Me.[1][2][3]

Feature films

Theatrical films

Year Title Co-production with Distributor Notes
2014 The Lego Movie Warner Animation Group
Village Roadshow Pictures
Vertigo Entertainment
Lin Pictures
Warner Bros. Pictures
2017 The Lego Batman Movie[4][5][6] Warner Animation Group
DC Entertainment
RatPac Entertainment
Lin Pictures
Lord Miller Productions
Vertigo Entertainment
Spin-offs of The Lego Movie.
The Lego Ninjago Movie[5][4][6] Warner Animation Group
RatPac Entertainment
Lin Pictures
Lord Miller Productions
Vertigo Entertainment
2019 The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part[4][6] Warner Animation Group
Rideback
Lord Miller Productions
Vertigo Entertainment
Sequel to The Lego Movie.
Upcoming
TBA Untitled LEGO Movie [4] Universal Pictures Live action/animation hybrid. Not a continuation of the The Lego Movie franchise

Direct-to-video films

Year Title Co-production with Distributor Notes
2003 Bionicle: Mask of Light Creative Capers Entertainment
Create TV & Film Limited
Miramax Home Entertainment
2004 Bionicle 2: Legends of Metru Nui Prequel to Bionicle: Mask of Light.
2005 Bionicle 3: Web of Shadows Sequel to Bionicle: Legends of Metru Nui.
2009 Bionicle: The Legend Reborn Tinseltown Toons
Threshold Animation Studios
Universal Studios Home Entertainment
2010 Lego: The Adventures of Clutch Powers
Hero Factory: Rise of the Rookies Warner Home Video Film version of episodes 1–4 of Hero Factory.
2011 Hero Factory: Savage Planet Film version of episodes 6 and 7 of Hero Factory.
2013 Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite Warner Premiere
TT Animation
DC Entertainment
Based on the video game Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes.
Includes a Clark Kent/Superman Lego minifigure.
2015 Lego Friends: Girlz 4 Life[7][8] M2 Entertainment
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League Warner Bros. Animation
DC Entertainment
Includes a Batzarro Lego minifigure.
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Attack of the Legion of Doom Includes a Trickster Lego minifigure.
First Lego DC film based on the timeline of The New 52.
2016 Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Cosmic Clash[9] Includes a Cosmic Boy Lego minifigure.
Lego Scooby-Doo! Haunted Hollywood Warner Bros. Animation Includes a Scooby-Doo Lego minifigure.
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Gotham City Breakout Warner Bros. Animation
DC Entertainment
Includes a Nightwing Lego minifigure.
2017 Lego Scooby-Doo! Blowout Beach Bash[10] Warner Bros. Animation Warner Bros. Home Entertainment
Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain[11] Warner Bros. Animation
DC Entertainment
2018 Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: The Flash[12] Included as part of a bundle with Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis in some editions.[13]
Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Super-Villain High[14]
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis[15] Includes a Jessica Cruz Lego minifigure.
2019 Lego DC Batman: Family Matters[16] Includes a Mini Ultimate Batmobile Lego vehicle.
2020 Lego DC: Shazam!: Magic and Monsters[17] Includes a Shazam Lego minifigure.

Short films

Year Title Co-production with Notes
2001 Jack Stone Artworld UK Released on VHS.[18]
Monty Python & the Holy Grail in Lego Spite Your Face Productions Released as a bonus feature on the Monty Python and the Holy Grail DVD release.
2005 Lego Star Wars: Revenge of the Brick Treehouse Animation Premiered on Cartoon Network.
2006 Lego Batman: Bricks, Bats & Bad Guys
2008 Lego Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Brick M2Film
2009 Lego Star Wars: The Quest for R2-D2
2010 Lego Clutch Powers: Bad Hair Day Tinseltown Toons
Threshold Animation Studios
Released as a bonus feature on the Lego: The Adventures of Clutch Powers DVD release.
LEGO Prince of Persia Mini Movie Unknown Aired on Disney XD.
Lego Star Wars: Bombad Bounty M2Film Premiered on Cartoon Network.
2011 Lego City: A Clutch Powers 4-D Adventure Threshold Animation Studios Shown in the Legoland theme parks.
2012 The Lego Story Lani Pixels Produced to celebrate The Lego Group's 80th anniversary.
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes TV Short Unknown Aired on Disney XD.
2013 Legends of Chima: 4D Movie Experience M2Film Shown in the Legoland theme parks.
2014 Enter the Ninjago Warner Animation Group
Animal Logic
Released as a bonus feature on The Lego Movie DVD release.
2016 The Lego Movie: 4D – A New Adventure Pure Imagination Studios Shown in the Legoland theme parks.
Nexo Knights 4D: The Book of Creativity M2 Entertainment
Lego Jurassic World: Employee Safety Video Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Released as bonus on the Jurassic World/LEGO Jurassic World 2-Pack DVD
The Master Warner Animation Group
Animal Logic
Shown in theaters with Storks.
2017 Batmersive VR Experience Virtual reality short film; released online.
Dark Hoser Released as bonus features on The Lego Batman Movie DVD release.
Batman is Just Not That Into You
Cooking with Alfred
Movie Sound Effects: How Do They Do That?
Shark E. Shark in "Which Way to the Ocean?" Released as bonus features on The Lego Ninjago Movie DVD release.
Zane's Stand Up Promo
2018 Lego Ninjago: Master of the 4th Dimension Pure Imagination Studios Shown in the Legoland theme parks.
Emmet's Holiday Party Warner Animation Group
Animal Logic
Released on YouTube.
2019 Lego City 4D - Officer in Pursuit Pure Imagination Studios Shown in the Legoland theme parks.
Lego City Sky Police and Fire Brigade - Where Ravens Crow M2 Entertainment Released on YouTube as a two-part short series.

Specials

Year Title Co-production with Network Notes
2010 Lego Atlantis: The Movie Threshold Animation Studios Cartoon Network
2011 Lego Star Wars: The Padawan Menace Animal Logic
Lucasfilm Animation
Includes a Young Han Solo Lego minifigure in the DVD release.
2012 Lego Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Out Threshold Animation Studios/Lucasfilm Animation Includes a Darth Vader with Medal Lego minifigure in the DVD release.
2013 Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload Arc Productions
Marvel Entertainment
Disney XD Originally released as a five-part short miniseries.
2014 "Brick Like Me" Gracie Films
20th Century Fox Television
Fox Aired as the 550th episode of The Simpsons.
Jake's Buccaneer Blast M2Film Disney Junior Originally released as a eight-part short series.
Lego DC Comics: Batman Be-Leaguered Warner Bros. Animation
DC Entertainment
Cartoon Network [19]
2015 Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassembled! Arc Productions
Marvel Entertainment
Disney XD [20]
Lego Scooby-Doo! Knight Time Terror Warner Bros. Animation Cartoon Network [21]
Lego Elves: Unite the Magic Ja Film Disney Channel
2016 Lego Jurassic World: The Indominus Escape[22][23] Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Direct-to-video Originally released as a five-part short series.
Lego Elves: Dragons To Save, Time To Be Brave Ja Film Disney Channel
Lego Elves: Down a Dark Path
Lego Frozen Northern Lights[24] M2Film Originally released as a five-part short series.
Ninjago: Day Of the Departed Wil Film ApS Cartoon Network Halloween special of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu.
2017 Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Galactic Wonder Warner Bros. Animation
DC Entertainment
Boomerang
Cartoon Network
Lego Marvel Super Heroes - Guardians of the Galaxy: The Thanos Threat Marvel Entertainment Disney XD [25]
2018 Lego Marvel Super Heroes - Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda YouTube
Disney XD
[26]
Lego Jurassic World: The Secret Exhibit Atomic Cartoons
Universal Studios
NBC [27][28]
2019 Lego Marvel Spider-Man: Vexed by Venom Atomic Cartoons
Marvel Entertainment
YouTube
Disney XD
[29][30]
2020 Lego Monkie Kid: A Hero is Born Flying Bark Productions TV3
Lego Jurassic World: Double Trouble Atomic Cartoons
Universal Studios
Nickelodeon [31][32]
The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special Atomic Cartoons
Lucasfilm Animation
Disney+ [33]
Lego Marvel Avengers: Climate Conundrum Atomic Cartoons
Marvel Entertainment
YouTube
Disney XD
Lego Hidden Side: Night of the Harbinger Halloween Special Pure Imagination Studios Cartoon Network [34]
2021 Lego Monkie Kid: Revenge of the Spider Queen Flying Bark Productions TV3
Lego Star Wars: Terrifying Tales Atomic Cartoons
Lucasfilm Animation
Disney+ [35][36]
Lego Marvel Avengers: Loki in Training Atomic Cartoons
Marvel Entertainment
[37]
2022 Lego Marvel Avengers: Time Twisted [38]
Lego Friends: Holiday Special WildBrain Studios YouTube
Lego Monkie Kid: Embrace Your Destiny Flying Bark Productions CITV Originally released as a four-part miniseries.
Lego Star Wars: Summer Vacation Atomic Cartoons
Lucasfilm Animation
Disney+ [39][40]
2023 Lego Monkie Kid: The Emperor's Wrath Flying Bark Productions HappyKids
Lego Disney Princess: The Castle Quest Pure Imagination Studios Disney+ [41]
Upcoming
2023 Lego Jurassic Park: The Unofficial Retelling Universal Studios Peacock Retelling of the film Jurassic Park.[42]

Television series

Title Original running Seasons / Episodes Co-production with Network Notes
Ended
Edward and Friends 1987 1 season, 28 episodes FilmFair BBC2 Based on the Fabuland theme.
Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension 2002 2 seasons, 26 episodes CinéGroupe
Tom Lynch Company
Fox Kids First live-action series based on a Lego theme.
Lego Hero Factory 2010–2014 11 episodes Threshold Animation Studios (episodes 1–10)
Ghost (episode 11)
Nicktoons (episodes 1–10)
YouTube (episode 11)
Ninjago 2011–2022 15 seasons, 230 episodes Wil Film ApS (seasons 1–10)
WildBrain Studios (seasons 11–15)
Cartoon Network (2011–2020)
Netflix (2021–2022)
Formerly known as Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu in the pilot episodes and from seasons 1 to 10.
Lego Friends of Heartlake City 2012–2017 5 seasons, 19 episodes M2 Entertainment Disney Channel
Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles 2013–2014 2 seasons, 7 episodes Wil Film ApS
Lucasfilm
Cartoon Network (2013)
Disney XD (2014)
Miniseries. Renamed as Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles for the 2014 episodes.
Legends of Chima 3 seasons, 41 episodes M2 Entertainment Cartoon Network
Mixels 2014–2016 2 seasons, 31 episodes Cartoon Network Studios Cartoon Network First 2D animated series based on a Lego theme.
Lego Elves 2015–2018 2 seasons, 36 episodes Ja Film Disney Channel [43]
Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales[44] 2015 1 season, 5 episodes Wil Film ApS
Lucasfilm
Disney XD Miniseries.
Nexo Knights 2016–2017 4 seasons, 40 episodes M2 Entertainment Cartoon Network
Lego Bionicle: The Journey to One 2016 1 season, 5 episodes Volta Netflix [45]
Lego Friends: The Power of Friendship 2 seasons, 4 episodes M2 Entertainment
Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures 2016–2017 2 seasons, 26 episodes Wil Film ApS
Lucasfilm
Disney XD
Lego Elves: Secret of Elvendale 2017 1 season, 8 episodes Studio Mir Netflix [46]
Lego Masters UK 2017–2018 2 seasons, 10 episodes Tuesday's Child
Endemol Shine Group
Channel 4 First reality competition series. Inspired a format used to launch localized series around the world.
Unikitty! 2017–2020 3 seasons, 104 episodes Warner Bros. Animation Cartoon Network Spin-off of The Lego Movie.[47]
Lego Star Wars: All Stars 2018 1 season, 5 episodes Wil Film ApS
Lucasfilm
Disney XD
Lego Friends: Girls on a Mission 2018–2021 4 seasons, 70 episodes M2 Entertainment KidsClick (2018–2019)
Kabillion (2019–2021)
Lego Jurassic World: Legend of Isla Nublar 2019 1 season, 13 episodes Atomic Cartoons
Universal Brand Development
Nickelodeon Miniseries.[48][49]
Lego Hidden Side 2019–2020 1 season, 20 episodes Pure Imagination Studios YouTube Web short series.
Ongoing
Lego City Adventures 2019–present 4 seasons, 65 episodes Passion Paris
Axis Studios (seasons 1–2)
Nickelodeon (seasons 1–2)
Netflix (season 3)
YouTube (season 4)
[50][51]
Lego Monkie Kid 2020–present 4 seasons, 44 episodes Flying Bark Productions Amazon Prime Video (seasons 1–2)
Kabillion (season 3)
[52]
Lego Friends: The Next Chapter 2023–present 1 season, 6 episodes Passion Paris YouTube
Lego Dreamzzz: Trials of the Dream Chasers 1 seasons, 20 episodes Pure Imagination Studios Amazon Prime Video
Netflix
Sky UK
ITVX
[53][54]
Ninjago: Dragons Rising 1 season, 20 episodes WildBrain Studios Netflix Sequel to Ninjago.[55]

Series by themes

Lego City

Lego Ninjago

Bionicle

Clutch Powers

Lego Star Wars

Lego Friends

The Lego Movie

Lego Super Heroes

Lego DC

Lego Marvel

Lego Elves

Lego Scooby-Doo

Lego Jurassic World

Other series

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