LEGO Movie Posters For Summer 2011′s Biggest Movies

Published 4 years ago by , Updated February 10th, 2012 at 12:11 pm,

LEGO Movie Posters LEGO Movie Posters For Summer 2011s Biggest Movies

The summer movie season is upon us and 2011 may go on record as one of the biggest years for movies to date. From four major comic book movies to the ending of the Harry Potter franchise and Transformers trilogy, expectations are high, equaled only by the excitement of eager moviegoers.

You’ve seen the trailers, the posters and the TV spots for Green Lantern, Pirates of the Caribbean 4, X-Men: First Class and more, but have you seen the latest LEGO posters? What?

Next Movie commissioned the work of Old Red Jalopy to put together re-envisioned designs of the main movie posters for 10 of the summer’s biggest films. The results are in and they’re very creative. Creative as if someone built them, literally, like with LEGO blocks…

Here are the LEGO one-sheets for some of our most anticipated films of 2011 and certainly, some of the summer’s biggest hits:

LEGO Optimus Prime, LEGO Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds), LEGO Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp), LEGO X-Men team, etc. What can’t LEGO be made into?

LEGO is all the craze these days. The extremely expensive connectible blocks have been around forever, but have struck gold in the digital age with an ever-growing franchise of LEGO video games based on the hottest film properties, from Star Wars and Batman to the more recent Pirates of the Caribbean (which comes out soon and Game Rant has already played it!) and Harry Potter.

We’ve selected only 8 of the 10, so to see the remaining two LEGO movie posters for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 and Bridesmaids, head over to Next Movie.

How long until we start seeing LEGO animated films?


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Source: Next Movie

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  1. Those are awesome.

    I can’t believe how expensive Legos are though.

  2. Theres 2 bioncles movies they are made by lego. Plus their games and website have tons of animated shorts. Especially star wars and indiana jones. We have all the lego movie games. Cant wait for harry potter year 5-7. Clone wars 3 was very awesome.

    • Bionicles were awesome…

      These posters are hilarious!

  3. These posters are awesome. Legos are expensive though. They did a smart thing with the character games. Heroes and movies.

  4. I only have one gripe. And that is that Thor doesn’t have blonde hair. Other than that these are insanely awesome. I love legos, it just sucks that they have gotten so expensive in recent years. Currently own all the Lego games and can’t wait for HP 5-7 either!!!

    • That Thor poster is in black and white except for the cape, so the colouring is accurate. (Except for the skin, which is weird :S)

      • The skin isn’t rendered in black/white either. Nor is the title. Not to mention, blonde hair doesn’t turn black when the image is rendered black and white.

  5. Lego and its related icons/ figures/ sets,,, are the American version of the Japanese Kubrick Anime figures they pump out,,,

    I’m not saying that Lego is a ripping off the Japanese brand, only that its become the American version of the Japanese Kubrick deal.
    (I was there!)
    The original Lego’s were nothing more then small, medium and large plastic blocks that connected by way of female and male holes on the top/bottom of the blocks. This changed over the years as the Lego’s got smaller, more custom, until recently (last 16 years) Lego sculptures changned the game. The Star Wars ship sets led the way,,,

    Then out of left field came the kubrick style barrel shaped humanoid head characatures that began to dominate the Lego world we live in today…


  6. The Cowboys & Aliens poster is pretty sweet. But, what exactly is that monkey doing and why is the guy smiling about it?

  7. I’ll just say it.. they totally messed up on the transformer/optimus prime. He’s a machine and as such should have been constructed out of lego blocks. Using a lego humanoid for this is sheer laziness. Terrible. lol

    • I agree on this one.

  8. how is it possible that Lego’s poster for X-men: first class looks better then Fox’s…

    • Hahahahaha! That is SOOOO true!!

  9. I love the posters I want a LEGO star trek

  10. i want that hp lego poster!


  12. These are pretty good, but I got the impression from the link that these posters were going to be in physical 3D made out of LEGOS. Way to misinform, Yahoo.

  13. 1 thor has a beard
    2 misique (blue x men girl) has red hair
    3 transformer would be made of bricks, not an actual minifig.

  14. LEGO James Bond the videogame please! Come on, over 21 movies to play out storylines annnnd bring some money to MGM before the next 007 film…sounds like a no brainer to me.

    Also, when the heck are they gonna do a LEGO fighting game with all the popular lego characters similar to Super Smash Bros Brawl???? Weapons can drop, special powers can be givin via random lego platforms that must be built, and LEGO fighting stages can be from pretty much ANY Lego set and still be amazing!