Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment has announced the latest in their series of LEGO video games. The latest returns the franchise to the Star Wars universe to take on the most recent movie blockbuster, The Force Awakens.
A trailer for game, which is naturally titled LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens, has also been released, which remakes that insanely popular first trailer for the movie with a little bit of that LEGO style.
You can check out the trailer and find more information on the game below.
The impressive voice cast has been announced for the upcoming video game LEGO Dimensions in the form of a new preview video.
While the cast is huge, it’s a specific part of the cast that’s particularly exciting. Among all the names, none other than Michael J. Fox is in the game, reprising his role as Marty McFly from Back to the Future. He’s also joined by co-star Christopher Lloyd, who of course voices Emmett “Doc” Brown. If you recall a handful of years ago, Telltale made their own episodic Back to the Future game, but Fox was unable to record for the game at the time, leading to them bringing in a surprisingly accurate impressionist for the job.
You can read a rundown of who joins Fox and Lloyd on the cast, including stars of The LEGO Movie, Doctor Who, Portal, and more, and also watch the voice cast announcement video below.
Lego Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles DVD
Starring Eric Bauza, Michael Daingerfield, Anthony Daniels, Trevor Devall
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
Release date: September 13, 2015
LEGO and Star Wars proved they were a winning combination when they teamed up in 2005 for Lego Star Wars: The Video Game, and the two properties have made a perfect marriage of fun every since.
Lego Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles is a DVD collection of four 22-minute episodes of the Lego Star Wars television series that aired on Disney XD in 2014 in what is actually the second season. While the first season (collected as Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles) was set during the Prequel era, these new episodes take place mostly during the Original Trilogy years and feature Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Princess Leia, as well as the droids C-3PO and R2-D2, and of course Yoda. But, there’s many more familiar faces appearing as animated LEGO versions of their big-screen selves in this round of tales.
The 87th Annual Academy Awards was broadcast live on ABC on Sunday night, February 22, 2015, from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA, with Neil Patrick Harris hosting. Birdman took the big win of Best Picture and went home with four of its nine nominations, while Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel tied with four wins of its own. Check out the list of all the winners from Oscars 2015.
Below are a several highlights from the Oscars 2015 ceremony, complete with video.