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If You Can’t Get To The Air Show, LEGO Brings The Air Show To You

If You Can’t Get To The Air Show, LEGO Brings The Air Show To You

by Alex Beanon August 10, 2016
That air show at the airport can be crowded but no worries, LEGO brings the Airport Airshow to you… Discuss on the Toonzone Forums
Disney’s Cinderella Castle By LEGO

Disney’s Cinderella Castle By LEGO

by Alex Beanon July 19, 2016
One of Disney’s most iconic castles is Cinderella’s castle and now you can purchase a LEGO version of the castle [for a mere $350]… Discuss on the Toonzone Forums

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SDCC 2016: Here Comes LEGO Batman, Superman And Wonder Woman

by Alex Beanon June 30, 2016
San Diego Comic Con 2016 will be the place to be if you want to see the new versions of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman as Lego will be showing off their new LEGO sets for each superhero in its Super Heroes Mighty Micros sets – and the Wonder Woman set will feature the debut […]


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Adventure Time, The A-Team, The Goonies, And Ghostbusters Now In The Same Game

by Peter Paltridgeon June 9, 2016
Disney recently gave up on their toy-to-game product Disney Infinity. Their rivals at WB Interactive are more than eager to take that market share, and they’ll pull it off with ease if this new trailer is any indication. Lego Dimensions is adding 16 new properties to its library throughout 2016. Look at this newly released […]
LEGO Scooby-Doo Haunted Hollywood

“LEGO Scooby-Doo!: Haunted Hollywood” Interviews: James Arnold Taylor, Rick Morales, & Jim Krieg

by Christopher Glennonon May 31, 2016
At WonderCon 2016, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment premiered LEGO Scooby-Doo!:Haunted Hollywood. Prior to the screening, Toonzone News was able to sit down with director Rick Morales, writer Jim Krieg, and actor James Arnold Taylor for interviews. JAMES ARNOLD TAYLOR JAMES ARNOLD TAYLOR: In this I’m Chet. Chet Braxton. TOONZONE NEWS: This isn’t your first foray […]

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Warner Bros. Reveals Animated Movie Production Slate At CinemaCon

by Peter Paltridgeon April 13, 2016
Warner Bros. hasn’t dabbled much in feature animation, only entering the industry in short bursts throughout its history. But now it looks like they’re ready to give it another try. Spurred by the success of The Lego Movie, WB has announced a new production slate of CGI cartoon features, some of which have been revealed […]