Learn all about the making of THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE!
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Get an insider’s view with THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE: The Making of the Movie. Discover from the filmmakers, animators, LEGO designers and actors how the movie evolved from the initial idea, through every stage of development, including storyboarding, animation, recording the dialogue and creating special effects. Produced in full collaboration between the LEGO Group and Warner Bros, this beautifully illustrated 200-page, full-color book is packed with stunning images of original concept art, sketches and inspirational LEGO builds. A must-read for all THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE fans—or anyone interested in how a blockbuster animated movie is made.
- This hardcover, 200-page, full-color book offers an inside look at the making of THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE, featuring sketches, concept art, storyboard images, plus exclusive insights from the filmmakers, animators, LEGO designers and actors.
- This book is available in English and French languages only.
- Measures over 10” (27cm) long and 8” (22cm) wide.
- about 1 month agorating.prefix5rating.postfixA Great Movie CompanionMegaByte8UniByte | 35-44I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfI buy a lot of "Art of" books for movies. I really did not know there was one for the Lego Batman Movie and came across it when looking for a set. The price is cheaper then most of books in this style. But the amount of images, stories, and areas included in this book is staggering. The movie portion takes you through the process from concept art to final scene. Learn about the spice rack which is an amazing design but goes by so fast in the movie. It walks through how they went about animating Clayface. The concept art of just the figures is staggering on how many designs where created and how some of those have become actual figurers. There is so much of this you get the feeling that there could be five series of Lego minifies just for this movie alone. (really hoping for Baturion, and Merbat). 23 concepts for Harley Quin on 4 pages. And it covers a lot of characters in the movie. And although a movie book, it is also a Lego Idea book showing off sets from the past, and present. Such going through different versions of the batmobile including a different front to the existing model. The tank from the Dark Knight Returns, concepts of the bat train. Joker armor truck which brings up the idea of the Scooby Doo Apocalypse Mystery Machine. Filled with humor also, such as concept art of Bane's vehicle most too small for him and ranges from a bicycle to wearing a chopper. Catwoman's version of the Scuttler. The only thing left out of this packed 200 paged book is anything not related to Batman. Namely anything from the last part of the movie. While not really missed in this book, I would have not minded a couple pages of who is who for those included. The justice league gets some pages and so does the phantom zone. It was probably done not give away spoilers, but if you are buying a book like this that is not really something you are avoiding.Play Experiencerating.prefix2rating.postfixLevel of Difficultyrating.prefix1rating.postfixValue for Moneyrating.prefix5rating.postfixBuilding Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?55