‘The Lego Movie’ Complete Character Guide

Published 7 months ago by , Updated February 10th, 2014 at 7:59 am,

The Lego Movie Character Guide – The Bad Guys

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President Business

The Lego Movie President Business The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

President Business, an uptight CEO and the president of the massive Octan Corporation (and the entire world) who has a hard time balancing world domination with micro-managing his own life. He operates a successful business front that creates music, TV shows, surveillance systems, history books and voting machines, in addition to all dairy products and coffee. Secretly, he is Lord Business, the most evil of tyrants who oversees a robot militia and attempts to take over the LEGO universe.

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Bad Cop/Good Cop

The Lego Movie Good Cop Bad Cop The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

Lord Business’s #1 henchman, whose loyalty is tested when he is forced to turn on his own parents. Bad Cop may be a mean and ruthless bully, but he has a Good Cop half too – or at least he did until Lord Business used a powerful relic to erase his nice side’s face and keep his henchman’s conscience from getting in the way of his evil plans.

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Green Ninja

The Lego Movie Lloyd Garmadon Green Ninja The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

As the only son of Lord Garmadon, an evil Master Builder and future dark ruler, Lloyd has some big shoes to fill. It’s not easy being bad, and he works tirelessly to become the super villain he is destined to be. He is also a Master Builder

Lloyd ran away from the Boarding School for Bad Boys (Or maybe he was, in fact, kicked out because lacked the morale and ambition to become the next great villain master mind of tomorrow?), and he searches high and especially low for henchmen who will help him live up to his reputation and his dad’s expectations. But sometimes even the toughest bad guy’s only option is to retreeeeaaaat!

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El Macho Wrestler

The Lego Movie El Macho Wrestler The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

El Macho is an evil Master Builder, Lord Businessman’s henchman and a wrestler.

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Robot Fed

The Lego Movie Robot Fed The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

These business-suited robots serve a double-duty: as tireless office drones in the Office Tower building, and as President Business’s information-gathering secret service. In both jobs, they constantly process, analyze and catalog data, looking for trends that will help their boss in his evil plans. You never know when the latest TV viewership ratings or the most popular song on the radio will prove to be the key to world domination!

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Calamity Drone

The Lego Movie Calamity Drone The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

She may look just like a beautiful Wild West can-can dancer, but Calamity Drone is one tough and dangerous robot. Whether she’s wielding an old-fashioned rifle or a new-fangled flamethrower, her itchy trigger finger makes her tend to blast first and ask questions later.

Calamity has been waiting a long time for some Master Builders to show up in her saloon so that she can fulfill her prime directive and capture them for Lord Business. Little does she realize that the most-wanted Master Builder of them all has been right under her nonexistent nose the whole time!

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Wiley Fusebot

The Lego Movie Wiley Fusebot The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

Not every robot can represent the height of modern technology. Stationed in the Wild West in the guise of a scruffy gold prospector, Wiley Fusebot is rusty, broken-down, and almost totally unhinged.

As one of Lord Business’s gang of metal spies under the command of Sheriff Not-A-Robot, Wiley’s unpredictable programming makes him almost as explosive as the bundle of dynamite that he carries…and even more short-fused!

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Robot Swat

The Lego Movie Robo Swat The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

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  2. This movie will be even better if it had Nolan North as Deadpool in it.

    • YES YES!!! Or if it had marvel legos in them…Still excited tho. I don’t know a single person who hasn’t built a lego set in their life.

  3. So the good guys are basically a few random people… and the justice league.

  4. The funny thing is that the ‘Green Ninja’ isn’t evil at the end of Ninjago. Not sure why they decided to go that direction with him.

  5. I’m really surprised they didn’t include MARVEL lego’s too. It would have been great to see some Marvel vs. DC banter between them and then see them team up.

    Would have been a great way to take shots at each universe and its fans (but in a fun way)

    IMO that would have added to the nostalgia of growing up collecting lego’s and comics!

    • I once heard the directors say they can make 100 sequels, prequels and spinoffs out of this, so if there’s none of that in this film, maybe in the next.

    • Thing is, it’s a Warner Bros. movie and they own DC. They’d want to avoid promoting the competition.

  6. With a cameo appearence by “Lego My Eggo!”

  7. So they have some DC Lego characters….what if they added some Marvel Lego characters, and they all started a big rumble against each other? Would they likely knock each others’ BLOCKS off?!

  8. WB is obviously, and conveniently, just revving up Justice League popularity to build towards their next movie. This will be the best Justice League will get in a movie…

    I bet WB paid to put their characters into the movie.

  9. I think you are all missing a key point:

    This movie is made by WB.

    No, they did not pay to have their characters in it, if some other studio was making it, they would have to pay WB. You don’t get to use the Batman in your movie without paying for the Batman. Since WB is making it, they can use JL characters, but…

    There will be NO Marvel. You think Marvel is gonna let WB use their characters? Not likely.

    • Sometimes the lack of understanding of the business end of movies in these comments amazes me.

      “Yeah, they should add Marvel, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Terminator, Matrix, and Indiana Jones too!”

      Like the can just do that because it sounds cool.

      • +1

      • You dream-crusher. :( (^-^)

      • But I checked this on the net, and it (loudly) says Warner Bros Interactive made Lego Marvel Superheroes. I mean, are the game rights separate from the movie rights? Or the Lego character from the regular character? And if WB didn’t want to promote Marvel, why would they make a videogame, but not a movie. And not even a movie centered around Marvel, at that!

  10. My Idea for the sequel(if there is) would be Emmet partnering up with the Avengers or justice League to fight a villain named Captain Greed and restore all the treasures he stole from the city museum.

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  12. The WB way of building to the Justice League movie along with strategically placing justice league products all through Super Target. Make it known to the little ones and then throw a Justice League movie together. I guess that’s one way to go or do it the Marvel way and do stand alone movies build the characters and then do a Justice League movie. Seems the better route.

  13. Thanks for the character guide, Paul! I used it to look into the female characters in the movie. A 7 year-old girl Charlotte recently wrote to LEGO and asked for more adventurous characters. Girls simply only sit around in the LEGO world, she thought.
    Her letter went viral. I wrote about the letter and the female characters in the LEGO movie. Take a look if you want: http://wp.me/p4iqzZ-4G.

  14. Can someone tell me where to get this book? When searching, the closest I find is “The LEGO Movie: The Essential Guide”. Is ths the same book?

  15. Are any of the characters named “Richard” in this movie?

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