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The partnership between LEGO and Warner Bros has been strong lately, considering the shared license properties like Harry Potter, The Big Bang Theory, LEGO DC Super Heroes and the LEGO Movie. With 3 new major LEGO movies coming out over the next couple of years, and new Harry Potter related movies like Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, the bond should continue to strengthen and grow. It should be noted that no more Harry Potter or Fantastic Beasts sets have been announced, but we can continue to dream.
From the press release:
WBCP Builds On Its LEGO Portfolio:
WBCP and The LEGO Group continue to build on a powerhouse partnership offering kids and collectors a compelling portfolio of proven brands, including LEGO DC Super Heroes, among many others. Across the Studio, Warner Bros. and The LEGO Group have taken their collaboration to another level for fans, as WBCP and The LEGO Group expand their strategic partnership into a portfolio that offers key product categories, except construction, to support Warner Bros. Pictures’ and The LEGO Group’s feature film offerings, bringing these characters and worlds to fans through an array of product. Exciting properties supported by a LEGO-inspired program, include:
- The LEGO Batman Movie: WBCP and The LEGO Group brings fans of all ages exciting merchandise for the eagerly awaitedThe LEGO Batman Movie, which takes fans on a new adventure with Batman as the Dark Knight embarks on a personal journey to find himself while learning the importance of teamwork in hopes to save Gotham City from The Joker and the Rogues Gallery.
- The Ninjago Movie: Also from the world of LEGO comes The Ninjago Movie as WBCP and The LEGO Group continue their partnership to create cool and collectible product in driver categories to support the film. Inspired by the wildly popular LEGO line of toys, Ninjago is the story of six young ninja tasked with defending their island home, Ninjago.