‘The Lego Movie’ Complete Character Guide

Published 11 months ago by , Updated February 10th, 2014 at 7:59 am,

The Lego Movie Character Guide – Supporting Cast

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Frank the Foreman

The Lego Movie Frank the Foreman The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

 A veteran of years of building, and the minifigure in charge of the Bricksburg construction crew. Frank knows how important it is to follow the rules and make new buildings exactly according to the instructions. But as a good boss, he also knows that his workers need to have fun, so he doesn’t mind if they sing while they build, or chat about the latest episode of “Where Are My Pants?”, as long as they get the job done on time.

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Gail the Construction Worker

The Lego Movie Gail the Contruction Worker The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

Each member of the Bricksburg construction crew has his or her own special way of standing out. Everybody knows Gail: she’s the perky one! No matter how hard the day’s work may be, you can always count on her to stay cheerful while she builds and sings along to the Everything is Awesome song.

But as perky as Gail is, even she has never really noticed Emmet among her fellow construction workers. As far as she knows, he’s just another smiling yellow face in the crowd. Maybe if he does something really important, then she’ll finally remember his name!

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Larry the Barista

The Lego Movie Larry the Barista The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

Some baristas have practiced for years to prepare their own magnificent blend of coffee, but not Larry! Like the other citizens of Bricksburg, he does everything by the rules, and that means that each cup is brewed and served in exactly the same way: precisely by the instructions.

Larry is famous for making the most average – and expensive – coffee in the city, which is just the way the citizens of Bricksburg like it. That’s because buying overpriced coffee on the way to work every morning is in the instructions, too!

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“Where are My Pants?” Guy

The Lego Movie Wheres My Pants Guy The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

The “Where Are My Pants?” Guy is the star of the #1 hit television show “Where Are My Pants?”, written, filmed, and broadcast by the Octan Studios subsidiary of President Business’s personal mega-corporation.

Every night, the citizens of Bricksburg tune in to watch the show and laugh at the crazy situations that this pantsless fellow finds himself in, and every morning, they all gather at their office water coolers to chat about their favorite moments from the latest episode. Little do they know that the show is slowly sapping their creativity and imagination – just like President Business wants!

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Velma Staplebot

The Lego Movie Velma Staplebot The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

The overbearing personal assistant to President Business, Velma Staplebot is responsible for keeping her boss’ schedule precisely in order, cancelling inconvenient appointments, and keeping pirates and other unauthorized visitors out of his office at the top of the Octan Tower.

But the mechanical Ms. Staplebot is no simple assistant. As one of President Business’s most loyal and trusted staff members, she is also one of the few (okay, maybe not so few) who knows his greatest secret: that he is really the evil Lord Business, out to control all the realms of the LEGO world!

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Taco Tuesday Man

The Lego Movie Taco Tuesday Guy The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

The Taco Tuesday Man makes the tastiest tacos in town. They’re the most irresistible treat in all of Bricksburg, and people come from far and wide just to take a bite of their mouth-watering crunchy, zesty goodness.

Even President Business is a big fan. That’s why he’s declared a city-wide Taco Tuesday when every rule-following citizen will gather outside to get a free taco. The Taco Tuesday Man sure is glad people like his tacos so much, and that it isn’t all part of some secret evil scheme to control the entire world!

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Ma Cop

The Lego Movie Ma Cop The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

Bad Cop’s parents are a pair of simple, honest country police officers. There isn’t a lot of law-breaking in the towns, farms and villages outside of Bricksburg, but all of their neighbors consider them to be good and cherished pillars of the local community. Ma and Pa Cop are both very proud of their son’s work in the big city, although sometimes they worry about whether he listens enough to his good side.

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Pa Cop

The Lego Movie Pa Cop The Lego Movie Complete Character Guide

Bad Cop’s parents are a pair of simple, honest country police officers. There isn’t a lot of law-breaking in the towns, farms and villages outside of Bricksburg, but all of their neighbors consider them to be good and cherished pillars of the local community. Ma and Pa Cop are both very proud of their son’s work in the big city, although sometimes they worry about whether he listens enough to his good side.

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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?

  16. Um…. okay, well.. he was a hidden surprise character. But still, show some love for JOHNNY THUNDER…. an ORIGINAL and classic Lego character.

    (P.S. Hopefully Batman and his Stuperfriends are not present in the sequel… bricks, it could just be a whole different cast of characters.)