I'm pretty sure this is The Avengers version of the Cap minifig, although it's hard to tell. I'm basing this judgment off his belt, mainly, which in the question image appears to be very thick red; Avengers cap is the only one who has thick red bands on his belt in those locations.
This variant is only available with the Captain ...
The Brickpedia article on the 2011 Star Wars Advent Calendar says that it is Nute Gunray's walking Mechno-Chair, and seeing it myself, I agree. It was used in The Phantom Menace to talk with the hologram of Darth Sidious while walking.
As suggested by @Thunderforge in the comment below, these appear to be from the 2011 Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar:
The Yellow one is a Y-Wing fighter
My best guess for the grey and white one is a T-47 Airspeeder (Snowspeeder)
The Red one looks like a CR20 Troop Carrier seen in the Clone Wars animated series:
The Advent Calendar Manifest on Brickpedia ...
Yes, this is indeed a lego "in-joke". The red lego mug been used in over 340 sets since the 1980s. This includes the A-Wing Fighter and Ackbar's Cruiser sets.
The cups even made an appearance in the Lego Movie.
It would appear to be the same joke just in different situations. The LEGO website advertising the “Where Are My Pants?” Guy Minifigure has the following to say:
The story about “Where Are My Pants?” Guy from LEGO® Minifigures
“Honey, where are my pants?”
The “Where Are My Pants?” Guy is the star of the #1 hit television show “Where Are My Pants?...
Surprisingly few times. Just thrice, in fact.
Once in The Padawan Menace, and twice in the first episode of the Droid Tales.
The Padawan Menace: 1
Droid Tales #1: Exit from Endor: 2
The Empire Strikes Out: 0
The Yoda Chronicles: (all 7 episodes) 0
Bombad Bounty: 0
The Quest for R2-D2: 0
Since my below answer LEGO have released some of the minifigures for The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part and one of them is named Flashback Lucy.
This singing sensation from The Popular Band recalls a time when everything really was awesome, until she discovered that it wasn’t – but the rhythm isn’t going to get her!
As we can see Lucy was one of the ...
Three seem to be based off the Portraits on display at The Wizarding world of Harry Potter:
Portrait of Hufflepuff: Here's where it's most obvious, as Hufflepuff is missing her braids found on Pottermore.
Portrait of Slytherin.
Gryffindor seems to be a mix of the portrait and Pottermore (as the bushy beard seems influenced by Pottermore.)
Those were Agents Smith(s) from the Matrix franchise.
Q. You even included the Gremlins.
Yeah, Gremlins and Agent Smith. And Warner Bros. bought the MGM
library, so they’ve got the Wicked Witch. But also, the one reason why
I can’t do Kathy Bates or Moriarty is less about the rights holders
and more about the fact that it would be hard to sell ...
The story of the Lego Movie is told as a story within a story. Emmet, the archetypal everyman hero is literally a randomly chosen minifigure that the child (Finn) manipulates in the overarching story that takes place within his imagination.
The events of the film are shown, at the end of the film to be set-pieces that the boy has made from Lego and is ...
The appearance of the Lego minifigures is probably based on the illustrations in the Pottermore feature story about the Hogwarts founders:
They look fairly similar:
Godric Gryffindor with flowing reddish hair and beard, wearing a long dark red tunic with a design up the middle and gloves (on the Lego minifigure, you can see what looks like the tunic ...
I read once that LEGO has this sort of agreement with Lucasfilm, where LEGO is required to put a certain amount of details in their Star Wars sets. Beyond that (remembering that this LEGO set is a toy), they are allowed to add some "fun" elements to their sets.
So this red mug is just added for fun. It makes no appearance in the Star Wars movies.
"Hidden drone" in Stark Tower
Apparently, this is a "hidden drone" according to the Toys R Us web site:
Send the Iron Man mini figure to the JARVIS control room to activate the hidden drone, which features a stud shooter that will prevent the Ultron Mark 1 mini figure from getting away.
Appearances in media: none
There do not appear to be any ...
The Lego Star Wars series is treated as a licensed property and as such, totally non-canon.
Although it and the Family Guy specials can be found on the official Star Wars site, it is important to stress that the studio does not consider it in any way canonical, indeed there are multiple instances (Yoda meets the droids before ESB, for example) that flatly ...
Yes, seemingly, by jumping off a cliff.
In The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, two characters scream "I don't want to die", and then fall off a cliff. This implies two things:
They can die (otherwise, there's nothing to get scared about),
Falling off a cliff kills them (though it's possible that this part is merely played up for comedic intent, because ...
I took that "Rebel Friend" to be the strikingly-blue-eyed rebel who features prominently in the first shipboard scenes of A New Hope. I don't have any basis for this, except that that guy feels like the first brief viewpoint character the movie has, even though he dies without having a single line (except his death yell). Although his appearance is brief, ...
My sources tell me that it looks like you'll need 5 out of the 6 total Ultron sets to get the new characters;
Quicksilver: Hydra Fortress Smash
Vision & Ultimate Ultron: Quinjet City Chase
Scarlet Witch & Ultron Prime: The Hulk Buster Smash
Ultron MK1 & Iron Legion: Attack on Avengers Tower
Ultron Sentry's (both variants) & Iron Man MK45: ...
I'm going with Time Bandits from 1981. It features a futuristic setting (one of the characters travels forward in time to commandeer a spaceship) and is decidedly sci-fi.
In the final face off with the Ultimate Evil, the walls are made of what is unmistakably Lego.
Absolutely; one character,
dies at the end of The Lego Movie.
Characters surviving extreme injuries comes down to (TV Tropes Warning) The Rule Of Funny:
Any violation of continuity, logic, physics, or common sense is
permissible if the result gets enough of a laugh.
I believe the answer is both yes and kinda sorta.
My reasoning is that the Lego Universe is just a particular kids stories that he acts out while playing. Observing the oblique reference to "Batman having a standalone adventure" means that almost certainly he told the Lego Batman Movie between the two Lego Movies.
However, as you mentioned, there are ...
Yes, the Toa Kaita were featured in stories.
The Toa Kaita, as such fusions were called, were said to have
defeated the Manas crabs guarding Teridax's Mangaia lair, but were
torn back apart into Toa Mata upon entry into the heart of the lair
due to being so close to a being of great evil.
Wairuha Nuva battled the Bohrok-Kal Kaita Ja, but ...
There are no spoilers for Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens (thus far...)
LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures is set in the years 3-4ABY, between the end of Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and the start of Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi. As such, there's very limited scope for TFA spoilers. At the time of writing there have been no ...
A candidate for one of the first depiction of legos showing up in a far-future setting (unlike Time Bandits, where the lego-like blocks appear in a Fortress of Ultimate Darkness from the "Time of Legends" which seems to be outside of normal history, though the main characters have access to time portals so they bring some weapons from future ages for a ...
In rows from top to bottom, and numbered 1 to n from left to right:
Harry Potter. Dark hair, glasses, what may be a hint of a scar.
Ron Weasley. Red hair, Gryffindor uniform.
Hermione Granger. Brunette, Gryffindor uniform, next to Harry and Ron.
Neville Longbottom? Gryffindor uniform, obviously not a Weasley from the hair; Neville is arguably the ...
By Lloyd’s old version I meant the version that appears in the Lego Ninjago television show before the Lego Ninjago movie and in 2011 before the Lego movie where we can see a Lego green ninja in it from the show
So the Ninjago movie probably comes after The LEGO Movie since it features Lloyd’s new version in the The LEGO Ninjago Movie as seen here
and if ...